Co2 Laser Resurfacing

Co2 Laser Resurfacing

Co2 Laser Resurfacing

At a glance:
EXPECTED
RESULTS
TREATMENT
TIME
LONGEVITY
 
DOWNTIME
 
Improves skin texture,
tone and appearance
30 minutes

Results can last many
years
Minimal (1-2 Days)

At a glance:
EXPECTED RESULTS
Improves skin texture, tone and appearance
 
TREATMENT TIME
30 minutes
 
LONGEVITY
Results can last many years
 
DOWNTIME
Minimal (1-2 Days)
CO2 Laser Resurfacing Liverpool
CO2 laser resurfacing treatment epitomises the pinnacle of skin rejuvenation. This sophisticated fractional procedure employs a matrix of laser points with modifiable intensity, adeptly tackling various skin issues. By orchestrating controlled thermal effects, it catalyses collagen synthesis and rejuvenates the skin, unveiling a more polished and youthful appearance.
CO2 Laser resurfacing: The Science.
CO2 laser resurfacing is a process that involves emitting pulses of laser light. These beams penetrate the skin’s surface, where the water in skin cells absorbs them.
As a result of CO2 laser resurfacing, the epidermis, the skin’s superficial layer, is vaporized. Meanwhile, the dermis, the middle layer, undergoes a natural process of heating up, prompting the production of new collagen fibres. This natural collagen production leads to the formation of new, firmer, and smoother skin as the treated area heals.
CO2 laser resurfacing is a precise procedure. Our highly skilled clinicians precisely target specific areas of the skin, ensuring that the treatment affects only the intended areas without impacting the surrounding skin.

Within the grandiose surroundings of the Royal Liver Building, our seasoned expert clinicians meticulously tailor each session to meet individual skin needs and aspirations. With its transformative potential, this treatment seamlessly erases stretch marks, wrinkles, and acne scars while ensuring minimal downtime. Through its precision targeting, it delivers unparalleled results. Contact our dedicated skin team today for more information on CO2 laser resurfacing on 0151 203 0020.

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    • The UK’s most experienced and dedicated team of Clinicians
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      • Conducted over 5,000 treatments.
     
      • Boasting over 10 years of extensive experience
     
      • Experts in redefining skin tone and texture
     
      • Specialising in recovering hyperpigmented skin
     
      • Proficient in reducing fine lines, deep wrinkles, and stretch marks.
     
      • Removes eyebags and hooded eye lids.
     
      • Skilled in resurfacing acne and post-traumatic scars
     
      • Delivers visible, long-lasting results.
       
      • Offers a quick, doctor-led procedure with minimal downtime.

    Before & After Treatment

    Before & After Co2 Laser Resurfacing

    FAQS 

    The CO2 laser resurfacing at Aesthetics of the Royal Liver Building, Liverpool, is a carbon dioxide laser that operates precisely. It removes deep outer layers of damaged skin while stimulating the regeneration of healthy skin underneath. This precision effectively treats fine to moderately deep wrinkles, photodamage, scarring, skin tone, texture, creepiness, and laxity.
    The session length depends on the treated area; however, it typically takes two hours or less to complete, including an additional 30 minutes for topical numbing before treatment. Does a CO2 laser treatment hurt? The CO2 laser treatment is one of the most invasive procedures we offer. While it may cause discomfort, we prioritize our patients' comfort. The sensation often resembles a “pins and needles” sensation, a mild tingling or prickling feeling. This is a normal part of the procedure and is usually well-tolerated by most patients.
    After the CO2 laser treatment, there is a healing period, which may take up to 3 weeks. This is the time when your skin is recovering from the procedure. During this period, you may experience a temporary pinkish appearance of the skin. However, this is a normal part of the healing process. It's also during this time that skin texture and tone improvements become noticeable. Full results typically manifest 3-6 months after the first treatment, once the skin has completely healed.
    Improvements from a CO2 laser treatment are not just temporary fixes. They can last for many years, providing you with long-lasting benefits. With consistent SPF use, sun exposure avoidance, and proper at-home skincare maintenance, you can further prolong these results, giving you even more confidence in your skin's appearance.
    The CO2 laser can target specialised areas such as the eyes (to address crow's feet and under-eye wrinkles) and around the mouth (to treat lip and marionette lines). However, the most popular areas for treatment at Aesthetics of the Royal Liver Building, Liverpool, are the whole face and neck.
    Yes, some downtime is required with CO2 laser resurfacing treatment. Expect a healing period of 7-10 days before resuming public appearances. Skin may scab and peel 2-7 days post-treatment, with pinkish skin persisting for 3-4 weeks. Healing time varies from person to person.
    While most patients see results after a single CO2 treatment, some with deeper wrinkles or scarring may require multiple sessions.
    As with most medical procedures, there are risks involved. During your consultation, our provider will assess whether you are a suitable candidate for the CO2 laser treatment and discuss all risks with you.
    A CO2 laser treatment may be unsafe for individuals with certain health conditions. It is not recommended for those currently taking Accutane, individuals with a history of difficulty healing or scarring, or those with bleeding disorders. Pregnant or breastfeeding individuals are also not suitable candidates for the CO2 laser treatment, as the procedure may pose potential risks to the baby or interfere with the natural healing process of the body.
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