The Laser Genesis method is used to treat fine wrinkles, diffused redness and scars. Natural, effective and safe, it allows for the upper dermis to be heated well below the surface of the skin. The Laser Genesis then stimulates the production of new collagen. To reduce redness, additional heat is generated into the dilated capillaries. The reddened areas of the face are caused by the dilation of the capillaries, resulting in the rash spreading rather than the appearance of blood vessels. The nose, forehead and cheeks are the areas most commonly affected. Couperose, a hereditary disease, is often the main cause.
Usually used on the face and neck, Laser Genesis allows for visible results following each treatment. However, the cumulative effect of this gentle and safe procedure will have positive effects on the following :
- reducing diffused redness and scars caused by acne.
- continuous stimulation of collagen production.
- reducing the visibility of the fine wrinkles.
You can receive treatments throughout the year, including the summer and winter months. Painless, you can return to your regular activities immediately following the procedure making sure to apply the appropriate amount of sunscreen should you go outside.
Process of the treatment
- Meeting with our specialist for a consultation (collection of data) and the implementation of the treatment plan according to the areas and conditions to be treated (number of treatments, duration, treatment risks, etc.)
- Approval of the treatment by the doctor
- First treatment session
- Follow-up on the intervention
- Subsequent treatment sessions, if applicable
Which areas may be treated?
The whole face and the neck. Your doctor may suggest other parts of the body to be treated to reduce scarring.
Is the treatment painful?
No, quite the opposite! Although a slight warm sensation is felt, patients often describe this treatment as “calming” and “therapeutic”.
Are there any side effects?
Patients report little or no side effects. Skin may become red, a few hours following the treatment.
How many treatments are usually required?
The number of prescribed treatments all depends on the condition of the skin and the client’s needs. An average of 5 to 6 treatments are recommended to obtain the best results.