IPL and Pixel Perfect Skin

laserskinsmall CLICK HERE FOR BEFORE AND AFTER GALLERY During these wintery months, when days are shorter and sun is more limited, it is the perfect time to take care of your skin. Whether you suffer from sun damage, pre-cancer actinic keratosis, acne scars, rosacea, brown pigmentation, imperfections, bumpy and crepey skin issues all can be helped by today’s laser therapies. One particular laser company, call Alma has produced the 360 Harmony Laser that has different arms to its laser to give you a comprehensive approach, hence full circle 360 to conquer and reverses these irregularities to the skin and face. IPL: Intense Pulse Light Therapy Red Problems One of the arms of the Alma laser treatment is called IPL or Intense Pulse Light therapy which uses wavelengths to eliminate red and brown pigmentation of the face and body. Anywhere you have unwanted red issues coming from broken capillaries, surgical red scars, acne, actinic keratosis, the IPL treatment will zap away these problems. It will usually take at least 3 or more treatments to achieve optimal results. Brown Problems The same IPL arm using a different setting will also minimize brown pigmentation problems stemming from prolonged sun damage or often called age spots. The brown uneven pigment occurring on the face, neck, chest and hands are treated with the IPL therapy. Depending on the severity of the pigmentation often a series of 3 sessions are necessary. Fractional Pixel for Texture Problems When there is pigmentation problems, there usually exists texture and crepey skin issues at the same time. Alma Laser with its 360 concept has a separate arm on its laser called Fractional Pixel. It is designed to gently resurface the skin’s outer dermis to make it smoother. This Pixel or Fractional laser technology penetrates deep into the skin to exfoliate the outer dead layer and stimulates your collagen. It takes about 10 days for skin to gently peel away leaving a silky smooth glow to the skin. Combination: IPL and PIXEL the Perfect Pixel Perfect Duo Combining IPL and Pixel laser therapies in one treatment session is highly recommended as they offer a synergistic result. The dual action of the two laser arms causes your skin to gently peel away while clearing unwanted pigmentation leaves your skin unblemished and smooth  with beautiful skin tones. Again 3 sessions are often highly recommended. ClearLift Laser Lunchtime FaceLift The Alma Laser continues to add new technology to its comprehensive 360 approach by giving us all we need to achieve a beautiful tight and glowing face. Its newest revolutionary is the ClearLift Arm on its Alma Laser. The ClearLift is a combination of Q-Switch Laser with Pixel that penetrates deep into the skin to stimulate your own collagen to fill in and reduce the wrinkles on the face. There is no downtime, no bruising and no recovery from the ClearLift Laser therapy. The ClearLift provides instant tightening, but still requires 3-6 treatments for best results in tightening the skin. Doing it ALL Together Alma has created its arms to work in conjunction with each other. When combining IPL, Pixel and ClearLift Lasers in one session you get the best of all worlds: Clear, Toned, Smooth and Tight skin. You couldn’t ask for more!!!! The Alma Laser Services at the Office of Dr. Dean Kane Dr. Dean Kane at his Baltimore Center for Cosmetic Surgery and Medi-Spa, offers the Alma IPL, Pixel and ClearLift Laser Therapies providing the ultimate comprehensive non-surgical approach to achieving smooth, healthy and youthful appearance of the skin. Dr. Kane understands the need to keep up with today’s laser technologies and provides the newest in skin re-newel and rejuvenation. The CleaLift Laser is exclusively being offered by Dr. Kand throughout all of Baltimore. Maryland patients who choose these laser therapies are extremely pleased with their dramatic results. For more information about all the medi-spa services offered by Dr. Dean Kane or to request a consultation call today at 410-602-3322 or contact us at www.DrDeanKane.com.

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