While we typically equate the desire for smooth skin with the warmer months, the cooler seasons are essentially an ideal time to begin your laser hair removal or laser skin resurfacing treatments. At AYA, we offer various laser treatments to help remove unwanted hair, spider veins, and skin conditions to help our patients achieve the look they want. Though less skin is shown off in fall and winter, starting your laser treatments now will let you show off your rejuvenated skin in time for warmer weather.
Laser hair removal requires more than one treatment to address each hair as they enter the growth phase at different times, so starting treatments now allows ample time for full results to show. In fact, most patients require 4-6 treatments spaced about 6 weeks apart. Because sun exposure can cause hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation, cooler temperatures allow patients to easily cover skin when outdoors and avoid direct sunlight. Additionally, laser hair removal at AYA Medical Spa is safe for all skin types and requires minimal to no downtime.
Our licensed estheticians also perform laser skin resurfacing using Sciton® for the face and body. Sciton® laser technology can treat multiple skin conditions such as acne, scars, wrinkles, spider veins, uneven skin tone, and keratosis. With two versatile laser options, Broadband Light™ and Erbium, Sciton® treatments are customizable so patients can choose laser peel strengths and number of treatments. Patients can take advantage of having multiple, less invasive treatments with less downtime. Like chemical peels, Sciton® laser peels exfoliate skin and stimulate collagen production, so patients will experience some downtime as their new skin heals. Laser vein removal is performed similarly as Sciton® BBL™ directly emits heat energy to collapse visible veins for the body to naturally re-absorb.
If you are interested in laser hair removal, spider vein removal, or a laser skin peel, please contact us to today to schedule a consultation. Be sure to connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest for the latest skincare information and news.