Skin Rejuvenation

Sun damage and rosacea are common problems our clients face. If you are a sun lover, you need to take particular care of your skin. Rosacea is a skin condition that causes redness in your face and often produces small, red, pus-filled bumps. Left untreated, rosacea tends to worsen over time. Rosacea signs and symptoms may flare up for a period of weeks to months and then diminish before flaring up again. Rosacea can be mistaken for acne, an allergic reaction, or other skin problems, all of which can be physically uncomfortable and stressful for some people.

To address these conditions, we are pleased to offer the LaserFACIAL to help combat both sun damage and Rosacea. Our Cynosure Elite Nd:YAG laser safely heats the skin to reduce pigmentation, seal off facial vessels, and stimulate collagen. This treatment leaves the skin vibrant with an even complexion, and also softens the texture of the skin, leaving it smoother and noticeably healthier-looking..

LaserFACIAL is a very comfortable and soothing treatment. The laser continuously moves across the skin at a fast pace - we do not leave it on any one spot for very long so that it never feels uncomfortable or too hot. You can leave the spa feeling at ease and free of redness, and there is no downtime so you can go right back to work or out to lunch with confidence.

As with all Laser Loft treatments, your knowledgeable technician or esthetician will always apply sunscreen for you before leaving to ensure your skin’s continued protection. We’re also are happy to apply makeup at your request.

We recommend that you complete a series of these treatments for maximum results. We have found that 3-5 treatments scheduled at two-week intervals is ideal. Upon completion of the series, we strongly recommend a quarterly LaserFACIAL to maintain best results.


FAQ: IS SKIN REJUVENATION RIGHT FOR ME?

LaserFACIAL is recommended for clients who are experiencing minor issues with pigmentation and/or rosacea. For those with intense skin issues, we would be happy to discuss a more aggressive treatment.