The Medlite 6 Laser is a high-tech way to remove tattoos or eliminate brown discoloration caused by certain birthmarks or age spots also known as "liver spots", as well as diminish the sight of stretchmarks.
After acne breakouts and skin imbalances have subsided, you may be left with dark marks and scars from the experience. Acne scars are an inevitable part of the healing process after a bout of acne, but even as your skin gets healthier, most scars won’t disappear completely.
If you’re looking for an effective way to get rid of acne scars or correct an uneven skin tone, your cosmetic surgeon or medical spa may have recommended laser skin resurfacing or dermabrasion procedures that can help you achieve significant results after one session. However, some dermatologists suggest that the best way to get rid of acne scars and pigmented skin permanently is to use a combination of dermabrasion and C02 resurfacing techniques.
If you’re undergoing liposuction, breast augmentation procedures or other plastic surgery procedures, your doctor will provide bandages and other healing aids to promote a healthy recovery. However, many scars can take several months to heal. When the bandages come off, you may be left with some visible scars and redness around the incision sites, and you’ll need to take extra steps to make sure these areas aren’t exposed to sunlight or tanning beds during the healing process.
Acne scars, scars from an injury, or extreme cases of skin discoloration typically do not disappear completely on their own. While some topical skincare products can help reduce the appearance of scars and skin damage, you will still be left with an impression or indentation of the skin, and some mild discoloration.
Acne scars can be impossible to hide with makeup, which is why many cosmetic dermatologists and estheticians recommend laser skin resurfacing treatments and chemical peels to help reduce visible signs of damage.
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