Laser Treatment for Skin Rejuvenation

At our clinic, we use a non-ablative laser to treat aesthetic skin conditions.

It has the benefits of

  • less discomfort and downtime
  • patients return to their normal lives immediately after treatment
  • improved patient satisfaction


  • Inflammatory Acne
  • Enlarged Pores
  • Skin Rejuvenation
  • Fine Wrinkles
  • Oily Skin
  • Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH)
  • Pigmented lesions
  • Melasma (soft laser peel + laser toning)
  • Tattoo Removal (black, blue, brown, red, tan, purple, orange)

Advantages of Non-Ablative Laser Treatment

  • Avoids prolonged downtime and PIH – common with AHA / TCA chemical peels and ablative CO2 lasers
  • Can be used concurrently in combination with Vit C iontophoresis, LED phototherapy, microdermabrasion, RF, IPL or fractional laser therapy for better outcomes

Post Treatment LED Phototherapy

  • LED phototherapy (lights-only) is used to enhance and improve skin treatments (after fillers, facial peels, microdermabrasion, lasers and IPL therapy).
  • It reduces
    • side effects
    • speeds up the healing time
  • Painless
  • LED phototherapy at 633nm (red light) for 20 minutes
    • stimulates fibroblast that initiates collagen synthesis
    • stimulates regeneration and wound healing

Post Treatment Skin Care

  • Use Post Laser Recovery Lotion to reduce redness and downtime
  • At least SPF 30 UVA + UVB Sunblock to reduce post laser pigmentation
  • Post Treatment Mask at night for added radiance and moisture
  • Facial wash, Vit C serum, Hydrating lotion and Anti-pigment cream

Treatment Interval

  • 3 weekly
  • Maintenance 1x session every 3 to 4 months

Possible Complications (when energy levels are too high)

  • Temporary redness - subsides within a few hours
  • Burns - reduce if adhere to post treatment regime
  • Scaring (excessive dermal damage) - much less with non-ablative lasers
  • PIH (temporary for 3-4 months)
    • avoid the sun, use sunblock, anti-pigment cream
    • more common in darker skin types
  • Hypopigmentation (temporary or permanent) - more common in darker skin types
  • Blistering (excessive epidermal thermal damage) - reduce with cooling ice to protect epidermis
  • Dry skin - reduce if adhere to post treatment regime
  • Skin allergy - occasionally in tattoo removal as a result of a reaction to fragmented tattoo pigments