Spectra Peel Acne Treatment
The Spectra VRM III is an award winning Q-switched Nd: YAG laser system that treats multiple dermatological concerns.
Different applications are tailored to specific skin concerns ranging from skin brightening, improved tone and texture, wrinkles, scars, and pore size reduction—to melasma, pigmented lesions, dermal lesions, inflammatory acne and tattoo removal. The most powerful laser in its class, it delivers results that have traditionally required two different laser systems to achieve.
Spectra Peel™ for Skin Rejuvenation / Acne / Enlarged pores
Spectra Peel is a non-invasive, skin resurfacing procedure that yields dramatic results for acne, acne scars, fine wrinkles and enlarged pores. During the Spectra Peel treatment, the laser gently heats and exfoliates the outermost layer of skin—stimulating collagen for improved skin tone, texture, and wrinkle and scar reduction. The results are a smoother, tighter, healthier skin.
To create smooth, beautiful skin, a photo-enhancing lotion is targeted with laser energy; clearing sebum from within the pore walls and smoothing surface irregularities. As the skin is gently heated— skin cells are stimulated to promote collagen growth; improving elasticity and refining the texture of the skin.
Spectra Peel™ Laser Toning For Pigmented Lesions / Age spots / Sun damage / Freckles
Spectra Laser Toning is a safe, gentle, and effective treatment for many types of pigmented lesions. These dermal and epidermal lesions have been difficult to treat in the past without irritation or negative side effects, especially in some ethnicities. The advanced Spectra VRM III is a non-ablative procedure which offers an excellent success rate with a high degree of patient satisfaction. It is unique in that it treats pigmentation deep within the skin, as well as on the surface.
How does it work? The Spectra VRM III is one of the most technologically advanced lasers for removing pigmented lesions. Laser light energy targets the melanin in the deep skin layers. The unwanted pigment is then destroyed, thus removing or lightening the lesion.