BEAUTIFUL SKIN IS EASIER THAN EVER WITH EMERGE FRACTIONAL LASER
Specifically Designed for the Treatment of Pigmented Lesions & Mild To Moderate Wrinkles
Have you lost the bounce in your skin? Do you have fine lines, scarring or an uneven complexion? Let us rejuvenate your skin and help restore your youthful glow!
Emerge laser is incredible for improving
- Skin tone and texture
- Assisting in the reduction of surgical and acne scars and stretch marks
- Diminishes fine lines and wrinkles.
How does it work?
Emerge Fractional laser drives individual columns of light deep into the epidermis and down into the dermis layer of the skin, leaving the surrounding tissue unaffected, healthy and able to stimulate collagen.
The microscopic columns of treated skin are eliminated slowly over many weeks as they are replaced by healthy new tissue. The body’s natural healing process then rebuilds the treated area with healthy tissue containing new collagen and elastin, which are the building blocks of youthful looking skin.
How is the treatment performed?
A course of 3 treatments is usually recommended weeks apart for best results. If you would like more information or to see if it’s a suitable treatment for you please contact us to book a consultation with one of our expert skin therapists.
On the day of your first treatment we will provide a thorough consultation including full medical history and any current medications being used. Your face will be cleansed and prepared for us to take you’re before photo’s using our Reveal 3D imager. We will then numb the treatment area using our prescription numbing cream to provide maximum comfort during your treatment with us.
Optimising your Emerge Laser results.
To make the most of the results from your treatment, we recommend homecare products to help prepare your skin for the treatment and maintain your results afterwards. Speak to us in one of our clinics to speak more about what products we offer.
Ready to get started?
To see if the treatment is right for you, request a consultation with NSC today!