Laser Treatments

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Laser treatment is a non-invasive or minimally invasive procedure that uses focused light to address a wide range of skin conditions. The laser emitted a concentrated beam of light absorbed by the skin and converted into heat energy. This heat energy can target specific areas of the skin, such as blood vessels, pigmentation, or hair follicles, and cause them to shrink or be destroyed.

Here are some of the ways that laser treatment can help with skin conditions:

  1. Hair removal: Laser treatment can target hair follicles, heating them up and damaging them, which can lead to permanent hair reduction.
  2.  Skin resurfacing: Laser treatment can be used to remove the top layer of the skin, which can improve skin texture, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, as well as minimise the appearance of scars and blemishes.
  3. Pigmentation: Lasers can target and break down pigments, such as dark spots, freckles, and birthmarks, which can help even out skin tones.
  4. Vascular lesions: Lasers can target and shrink blood vessels, such as those responsible for spider veins, port-wine stains, and cherry angiomas.
  5. Tattoo removal: Lasers can break down ink pigments in tattoos, causing them to fade and eventually be eliminated by the body.


The type of laser used and the length and frequency of treatment depend on the specific skin condition being treated. A dermatologist or laser specialist will evaluate a patient’s skin and develop a treatment plan tailored to their individual needs.

Overall, laser treatment can be an effective way to address a variety of skin conditions, providing a non-invasive or minimally invasive alternative to more invasive procedures.