Oxygen therapy has been proven to accelerate the healing process of our skin, while or blood carries the oxygen to our skin cells delivering over 87 healing and reparative vitamins and minerals. Leaving your skin nourished and hydrated. Oxygen treatments are also ideal prior to reconstructive surgery and post healing care.
This latest technology combines deep exfoliation with microdermabrasion, infusing nutrients into the skin to deliver the best results for hyperpigmentation, acne, fine lines, wrinkles and overall skin rejuvenation.
This method has been used for years to treat different skin issues, including wrinkles, scars, enlarged oil glands on the nose, and other conditions. The newest version of CO2 laser resurfacing uses very short pulsed light energy (known as ultrapulse) or continuous light beams that are delivered in a scanning pattern to remove thin layers of skin with minimal heat damage. Recovery is based on how much downtime the guest is willing to have. There are varying depths of resurfacing to achieve desired results. Through your consultation the Doctor will discuss your areas of concern, the results you are looking to achieve and how much downtime you are willing to have.
A chemical peel is the application of a chemical solution to remove the outer layers of skin, improving texture and revealing smoother, clearer, more radiant skin. Peels can treat areas on the face, and most can also treat the neck and hands. There are different degrees or levels of peel:
- Light peels use alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs)
- Medium peels use trichloroacetic acid (TCA)
- Deep peels use phenol
After the top layer of skin is sloughed away, new, fresh skin regenerates without imperfections, lines and wrinkles. Deeper chemical peels or CO2 laser resurfacing are an effective treatment for extreme wrinkling caused by overexposure to the sun.