CO2 Laser Resurfacing in Johor Bahru
What is Co2 Laser Resurfacing?
The latest version of CO2 laser resurfacing (fractionated CO2) uses very short pulsed light energy (known as the Ultra pulse) or continuous light beams that are delivered in a scanning pattern to remove thin layers of skin, and also to boost collagen growth in the deeper part of our skin with minimal heat damage. This method has been used for years to reduce skin unevenness, reduce large pores, acne scar removal, and acne scarring, reduce freckles, wrinkles, and other conditions.
Co2 Laser Resurfacing is completely safe if done correctly. In Medi Aesthetic, we ensure you safety. All of our surgical procedures are done by qualified medical aestheticians.
Before and after treatment.
Our consultation team will examine your skin using our professional skin analyzing machine. It provides us a very accurate summary report with the following information: skin age, hydration level, sun damage level, wrinkles level, size of pores at different facial parts, etc. Consultation with our qualified medical aestheticians is a MUST too, to ensure safety and professionalism.
It could be a very painful procedure, but at Medi Aesthetic, we provide a full facial anesthesia so there should be no or minimal pain during the procedure or even in the hours following it. The process is totally bearable.
How will I look and feel after the treatment?
Most of the clients describe it as a very bad sunburn. After the first day of the treatment, you will probably stay home the whole day as the skin is still very raw. The redness and discomfort will subside after around two days. Avoid direct sunlight at all times. Skin will start peeling from the third to fourth day, let it peel naturally to avoid any scarring.
Protect your new skin with 30 SPF sunscreen. Avoid any whitening and peeling skincare, as your skin is very delicate. We do provide you with soothing cream as well. Stay hydrated by drinking lots of water. You may also have a look at our blog Skincare Tips from Skin Specialists.