Serums and creams are often not enough to give us the skin we want. In the case of sun damage, extreme hyperpigmentation, or acne scarring, a laser solution may be a better option. At BodyLase®, we offer several laser skin treatments to help you get the look you want. All of our options are non-surgical and can provide you long-term rejuvenation results. Ask about our radiofrequency and collagen-stimulating options to make the most out of your medspa visit.
What Are the Available Treatments?
Fraxel® Skin Resurfacing
The Fraxel® Skin Rejuvenation is an excellent choice for resurfacing damaged skin. Our Fraxel® Re:Store system rejuvenate your skin both on the surface and within its deeper layers. This helps remove years from your appearance while also reducing acne scarring and other pigmentation.
Our IPL Photofacial treatments rely on specific wavelengths to gently heat the targeted area of your skin and restore it to a more uniform, youthful state without harming surrounding tissue. This is an excellent treatment for sun damage and rosacea due to its speed and ability to fade redness, discoloration, and other signs of hyperpigmentation.
Laser Facials with Collagen Restoration
The Laser Facial safely treats wrinkles, enlarged pores, hyperpigmentation, scarring, and other imperfections by targeting specific areas of your skin. While treating these issues, this device also stimulates collagen production deep in your dermis, facilitating long-term skin improvement.
Laser Vein Therapy
Our laser vein therapy erases the appearance of unsightly broken capillaries, which are later simply absorbed by your face. Most people return to their normal activities immediately after the procedure.
Laser Skin Treatments in North Carolina
For rejuvenating laser skin treatments in North Carolina, get in touch with our BodyLase® team today! To get started, simply call (919) 954-2288 to book an appointment in our Raleigh MedSpa office or (919) 851-8989 to book in our Cary MedSpa office. You can also fill out and submit the appointment form below.