As you age, sun damage, acne, and wrinkles can take a toll on your skin. The skilled laser and skin care specialists at Deborah Freeman MacDonald, R.E. Inc in Hopedale and Framingham, Massachusetts, understand how quickly the surface layer of your skin can incur damage. That’s why the team offers a variety of skin resurfacing treatments at their office. Skin resurfacing removes damage from your skin to reveal the smoother, clear complexion underneath. Call Deborah Freeman MacDonald, R.E. Inc, or schedule an appointment online to learn more.
Skin resurfacing gently removes the top layer of your skin to eliminate damage and reveal the fresh, new skin underneath. These non-surgical treatments get rid of imperfections in your skin that tend to develop with age, such as scars, wrinkles, and brown spots.
Skin resurfacing treatments can significantly improve the tone and texture of your skin without surgery or injections. Some of the most common benefits of skin resurfacing are that it:
Many skin resurfacing treatments also help reduce the appearance of redness if you have rosacea.
You have many options when choosing a skin resurfacing treatment for your skin, including:
The team uses Cynosure® lasers to eliminate skin damage. Cynosure lasers are ideal for all skin types and colors for the treatment of sun damage, brown spots, acne, broken capillaries, and more. This laser energy penetrates your skin’s deepest layers to stimulate collagen and elastin, tightening and firming your skin from within.
Intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy uses varying wavelengths of LED light to treat surface damage while tightening the deepest layers of your skin. IPL photofacials brighten skin, minimize pores, treat acne-causing bacteria, and reduce fine lines and wrinkles to dramatically improve your skin tone and texture.
Skin resurfacing treatments are excellent options for those who want to improve their skin’s appearance and health without surgery, injections, and other more invasive treatments.
There is virtually no downtime after skin resurfacing, so you can typically return to your normal activities shortly after treatment.
Because skin resurfacing is non-surgical, you can return for additional treatments, such as dermal blading, shortly after. Dermal blading carefully removes peach fuzz, dead skin cells, bacteria, and unwanted hair from the surface of your skin.
To learn more about skin resurfacing, call Deborah Freeman MacDonald, R.E. Inc, or book an appointment online now.