Laser Genesis

Published on: April 7, 2014

There is a huge boom in the anti-aging market today, and women and men both want to look their best – and their youngest. Laser Genesis Skin Rejuvenation treatment promotes smooth, evenly toned skin in both men and women. The Laser Genesis wrinkle treatment is able to penetrate down to the dermis level of the skin where collagen is produced and stimulates an increased production of collagen. Laser Genesis is becoming a popular choice for people who wish to reduce the appearance of scars, wrinkles, enlarged pores, and uneven facial textures.

Laser Genesis was created to treat areas on the face and neck that tend to show age sooner than other parts of the body. The face, neck, and décolleté are all areas that are visible and that people tend to feel self conscious about as they get older. Laser Genesis has also been proven affective at reducing the appearance of rosacea and acne scars. This treatment can be safely used in conjunction with other dermal treatments to help patients achieve their desired results.

While all patients’ needs vary, the average number of necessary Laser Genesis treatments is four to six with three to four weeks between each treatment. One of the main benefits of Laser Genesis is that the results continue to increase after each treatment. By combining the Laser Genesis treatments with healthy skin maintenance and a healthy lifestyle, patients generally find that their results last longer than expected. With treatments done in about an hour and the ability to resume daily activities immediately, Laser Genesis anti aging treatments are suitable for almost any adult who would like to improve the appearance of their skin. Talk to your dermatologist or cosmetic surgeon today about the benefits you can receive from Laser Genesis.

Posted on behalf of Benjamin Stong, MD, Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery, LLC


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