Laser Toning / Laser Peel

Laser toning is a procedure which uses a Q switched NdYAG laser at low energy to reduce the pigmentation over the skin. The procedure uses low energy, and thus, protects the skin from any side effects, making the treatment very safe for all skin types. The various types of toning include the toning with laser alone, or in combination with a carbon micro-suspension. The first pass of the laser warms the skin and drives the carbon particles into the pores. The second pass of laser vaporizes the carbon particles, and the heat of the vaporization rejuvenates the skin and tightens the pores. The final pass of the laser tightens the skin.  

In this age of instant gratification, people want instant results. Dermatologists seek safer and consistent results, and only Laser toning procedure offers these dual benefits. The advantage of the procedure is its quick turnaround time and instant results. It is safe for all skin types, including sensitive skin and dark skin.

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Results are instant, and significant improvement is seen in color, tone, open pores, texture as well as in acne and oiliness of the skin.

Laser toning is an effective treatment for reducing the oiliness of the skin. It is also effective in reducing acne. The marks left behind by the acne also reduce with repeated treatments. (before after pics).

The laser is effective even in sensitive skin because of the low energy levels used. No chemicals are used, and this makes it an inert treatment, especially for sensitive skin. Laser toning can be used to reduce the redness of Rosacea as well as the red scars left by acne. Sensitive areas like underarms and inner thighs can also be treated by laser toning.

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