Microlaser Peel Glasgow

The Microlaser Peel improves the texture and youthful appearance of the skin by removing a thin layer of damaged skin. The depth can be targeted much more precisely than with other forms of skin peeling, so the results are much better.

It works by scanning a beam over the treatment area to remove a thin layer of skin. When the top layer is removed, damaged cells that contribute to skin’s tired appearance are removed. Fresh cells regenerate and resurface the treated area as the skin heals.

Using a Sciton Erbium:Yag laser, our team delivers MicroLaser Peels. You can read about this laser here.

As a result, the skin appears more healthy and wrinkles are reduced, while color is evened out. It is not uncommon for patients to report that their skin appeared more vibrant.

Using a MicroLaser Peel to treat mild wrinkles, sun damage (freckles, age spots, etc.) or pigment irregularities are highly effective.




FAQ’s About Microlaser Peel

What areas of the body can be treated?

Treatment is available for most skin areas. Some people treat their chests and hands as well as the face and neck. It is important to talk to your physician about your specific needs.

How many treatments will I need?

Patients may require several treatments if they wish to achieve outstanding results, although they can be achieved in just one treatment. Choosing MicroLaserPeel together with other aesthetic procedures, such as a side-by-side phototherapy treatment, can further personalise your treatment.

What will happen during the procedure?

During the procedure, your skin will be cleaned and safety shields will protect your eyes. The physician positions the handpiece above the skin and holds it in place while scanning the treatment area with a computer-guided scanner. The procedure usually lasts 15 to 30 minutes depending on how big the area being treated is.

Will it be uncomfortable?

Due to its shallow penetration into the skin, MicroLaserPeel can cause little pain. Even the shallowest of treatments can be tolerated by most people without any anesthetic. An anesthetic cream is typically applied to deeper settings.

What should I expect immediately after the treatment?

As soon as the procedure is completed, you will notice the skin appears “frosted.”. As a result of the dehydration of the skin, it peels away within a few days. Redness and swelling are possible side effects, as well as a sensation resembling sunburn.

How long will it take to recover?

Within 3 to 4 days, most patients are comfortable enough to resume work, depending on the depth of treatment. As a result, it has been nicknamed “the weekend peel.”


What aftercare do I need?

Due to the sensitivity of your skin after the procedure, you should avoid direct sun exposure until your skin is healed. To avoid sun damage and early ageing of the skin, you should always wear some form of sun protection.

When should I expect results?

Once the skin has healed in approximately 3-4 days, most patients will notice an obvious improvement in tone, texture, and colour evenness.

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