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Laser Skin Resurfacing

Skin Resurfacing can be achieved using the 1540 Fractional Laser Handpiece -

recommended for fractional non-ablative skin resurfacing, coagulation of soft tissue, and the treatment of melasma, acne scars, and surgical scars.

Deep wrinkles, crow's feet + frown lines-

Don’t let an old scar hold you back from being your best. With our Icon™ laser technology treating scars is faster and easier than ever. It is perfect for many different types of scars including acne, surgical and trauma. Treatments take minutes and you’ll see visible results after a few sessions.

Scar removal:

1540 Fractional Non-Ablative Skin Resurfacing Pre-Treatment Cautions:


Pre-treatment cautions for light-based treatment includes, but is not limited to: Allergies, skin type, medications, clients who are currently taking blood-thinning medications, blood disorders, Tretinoin and topical retinoids, heat urticaria, herpes I or II within the treatment area, diabetes, cosmetic fillers/implants, unprotected sun exposure or the use of tanning beds or tanning creams.

Other conditions:

  • History of vitiligo, eczema, psoriasis, allergic dermatitis, and autoimmune diseases

Be advised that we may recommend a qualified practitioner to evaluate you before undergoing laser or pulsed-light treatment.




1540 Fractional Non-Ablative Skin Resurfacing Treatment Cautions:

If a person to be treated meets any of the following contraindications, no light-based treatment should be administered.

  • Persons taking Accutane within six months of treatment

  • Individuals using systemic steroids

  • Gold Therapy

  • Healing response issues

  • Active infections

  • Open lesions

  • Darker skin types 

  • History of light-induced seizures

  • Pregnancy

  • History of skin photosensitivity disorders

  • History of hypertrophic scars or keloid formation

  • Treatment of skin cancer

  • History of radiation therapy in the area to be treated

  • Active viral or bacterial infection

  • Person is unwilling or unable to follow post-treatment care instructions

A consultation is required before you begin treatments. We are required to carefully screen all potential candidates for treatment. Any cosmetic or dermatological skin condition must be correctly diagnosed and treated by a practitioner prior to treatment. During your consultation, we will perform a test spot so we can evaluate and assess tissue response and minimize possible side effects. 




Post Treatment:


Keep in mind that you will experience some crusting and epidermal damage, which resolves within a 1-4 week period. 

  • Edema, and sometimes blanching, is expected immediately post-treatment and generally resolves within 24-48 hours. It may last up to 3-5 days for some clients.

  • Gentle cleansing and the use of non-irritating cosmetics are permitted after treatment. It is suggested that retinoids be discontinued 1-2 weeks prior to the initial treatment and throughout the course of treatment. The use of retinoids during the treatment course may result in undesirable side effects and prolonged healing.

  • Those prone to acne and breakouts should avoid heavy makeup or moisturizers for 24 hours post-treatment.

  • As healing occurs, clients should avoid injury and sun exposure for at least two weeks following treatments. It is highly recommended that clients use a sunscreen with SPF 45 or higher containing UVA/UVB protection between treatments, along with a sun blocker such as zinc oxide or titanium dioxide.

  • Those being treated should continue to use SPF 45 or higher up to 6 months following final treatment whenever they are outside.

  • Once the treatment area has healed, some itching or dryness may occur. This will gradually clear. The use of non-irritating moisturizers may provide some relief.

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