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Friday, August 12, 2022



If you have been spending sleepless nights over your dull, lifeless-looking skin, a spot of laser skin resurfacing is just what the doctor may order for you! Apart from being the largest organ of our body, the skin faces the most exposure to external factors such as the weather and pollution. Under the circumstances, it is but natural that the facial skin faces the brunt of the damage. The result is roughening of the skin, wrinkles furrows, and fine lines. In short, the skin is no longer a pleasure to feel or a joy to behold. 

Skin damages also occur due to other factors. For instance, acne can leave your facial skin looking blemished and unattractive. Similarly, mishaps or injuries can leave you with scars. How you wish there were a magic wand to clear away your facial skin troubles!   Fortunately, the strides in science and technology have allowed us to realise our dreams of reversing the effects of ageing and photo-damages on our skin.

The Pros of Laser Resurfacing.

The procedure tightens and smooths wrinkled skin, resulting in a younger-looking appearance.

Laser skin resurfacing can improve the appearance of acne scars, uneven pigmentation and other imperfections caused by the sun's damage and ageing.

The treatment can treat several body areas, including the neck, hands, chest and delicate facial skin around the eyes and mouth.

Laser skin resurfacing is minimally invasive. No incisions are needed as is the case with surgical procedures (e.g., facelift, eyelid surgery).

The procedure requires little to no downtime. Patients can return to their normal routines sooner than with surgical procedures, which may require one to two weeks of recovery.

Despite any negative association, you might have with the word ‘laser,’ laser therapy is safe and effective. Lasers are FDA approved for hair reduction with years of research supporting their safety and effectiveness.  As with any aesthetic treatment, an untrained person behind a laser can wreak havoc on your skin.

The Cons of Laser Resurfacing.

Results are temporary. However, long-lasting improvements in skin quality and texture can be achieved with repeated treatments.

It may take people with darker skin tones six to nine months to regain their normal skin pigmentation.

Patients who are prone to scarring, are taking certain medications or have a skin disorder may not be eligible for this procedure.

As with any cosmetic procedure, laser skin resurfacing comes with possible (yet minor) risks and complications, including hyperpigmentation, redness and swelling.

Laser treatment requires experienced professionals and expensive equipment, meaning it is no small investment but the confidence radiant skin brings is priceless. Unfortunately, finding the cheapest laser treatment centre will lead to less than satisfactory results or worse, unsafe conditions and permanent damage to your skin. It is worth the price to find a trusted and experienced laser specialist.

Since lasers operate by targeting a colour contrast, they might not work as well on lighter hair colours or darker skin tones. During the consultation, the laser specialist will be able to give you an accurate idea of how well lasers will work for you and your unique skin. 

As usual, we remind you to take your Memo Plus Gold daily. It will help to keep you alert and mentally sharp. For more information or to order for Memo Plus Gold, please visit : https://oze.my.

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