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Resurface & Renew Your Skin with a CO2 Laser Treatment – Save $500 on a Full-Face Treatment in Spokane
*Consultation Fee will be applied to treatment if scheduled.
CO2 laser treatment, or fractional laser skin resurfacing, is a cutting-edge cosmetic procedure designed to address various skin concerns and rejuvenate the skin’s appearance. This advanced technology utilizes a carbon dioxide laser to precisely target and remove damaged skin layers, promoting collagen production and stimulating the growth of new, healthier skin cells.
Fractionated CO2 laser resurfacing is especially effective in removing surface wrinkles of the face and neck, and common treatment areas include fine wrinkles around the eyes, pucker lines around the mouth, and surface creases of the entire face and neck. It is also effective for the following skin care concerns:
- Skin discoloration
- Acne scars
- Brown spots
- Improving skin tone and texture
How Does a CO2 Laser Resurfacing Treatment Work?
This treatment is performed using a super-pulsed carbon dioxide (CO2) laser, which scans hundreds of precise, tiny micro-beams over the skin’s surface. This concentrated beam of light vaporizes the outer layers of the skin, creating microscopic channels known as “fractional” treatment zones. This fractional approach enables the laser to target specific areas while leaving surrounding tissue intact, which aids in faster healing and reduces downtime compared to other laser resurfacing methods.
As this laser energy penetrates the skin, it triggers a thermal response that promotes collagen remodeling. Collagen, a crucial protein for skin elasticity and firmness, is stimulated to regenerate, resulting in smoother, tighter skin. The procedure is highly customizable, allowing our experienced Dermatology Providers to adjust the intensity of the laser based on your unique skin concerns and desired outcomes.
What To Expect After a CO2 Laser Treatment
Patients may experience some redness, swelling, and peeling in the days after the CO2 laser treatment as the skin undergoes a natural healing process. During this time, avoiding saunas, hot tubs, and pools is important to prevent irritation and infection. Protect your skin from the sun by using sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher. Following your procedure your Dermatology Provider will provide you with aftercare instructions.
The Benefits of a CO2 Laser Treatment
While the initial results are often noticeable shortly after the procedure, the full benefits become more apparent as the skin regenerates over the following weeks and months. The longevity of CO2 laser treatment results can vary depending on factors such as the patient’s age, skin condition, and lifestyle. On average, patients can expect to enjoy the benefits of this treatment for several years. However, it’s important to note that maintaining healthy skin care habits, including sun protection and a consistent skin care routine, can significantly prolong the results.
Product Special: Kissable Lips for Valentine’s Day!
Enjoy 15% off our PCA skin® Hyaluronic Acid Lip Booster during the month of February. This effective product uses an advanced ingredient blend called Ultra-Filling Spheres™ that contains sodium hyaluronate and konjac root to hydrate and plump up your lips. It also includes a collagen-stimulating peptide that helps minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, along with Vitamin E to keep your lips moist and healthy.
All Specials run from February 1 through February 29, 2024 – Click here to book your CO2 Laser Treatment!
About Advanced Dermatology & Skin Surgery
Our expert Board-Certified Dermatologists, Certified Physician Assistants, Registered Nurse Practitioners, and Cosmetic Specialists specialize in Medical and Cosmetic Dermatology and are ready to answer any of your questions. Visit any of our four locations at Coeur D’Alene, Spokane North, Spokane Valley, and Walla Walla.