Laser resurfacing involves using a light source to remove the sun damaged outer layers of the epidermis to reveal the smooth underlying layers. With this laser, the skin is dried out, layer by layer, enabling pinpoint accuracy and precise control of the ablation depth. The result of this treatment is gentler than traditional laser treatments.
This treatment allows for an increased production of collagen over time due to the body's response to the wounds the laser creates. This wound healing response leads to improvement in skin texture, the smoothing of fine lines and even reducing enlarged pores.