Laser Treatments /


CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing

Using advanced laser technology, a carbon dioxide (CO2) laser for skin resurfacing precisely removes the outer layers of damaged skin to reveal the underlying skin, which is softer, smoother, and younger-looking. CO2 and erbium laser technologies are the two most commonly used laser skin resurfacing treatment options.


Lumenis M22Photo Rejuvenation

The Lumenis M22 is the gold standard platform for the treatment of skin conditions and hair removal.
Used by physicians around the world, M22 is the multi-application platform that enables you to treat more types of patients and conditions with better outcomes using a non-invasive short burst of high-intensity light for a variety of treatments.


IPL Intense Pulsed Light Therapy

IPL is a treatment that uses non-invasive short bursts of high-intensity light to treat melasma, rosacea, and broken capillaries (telangiectasia), and improve skin texture and general discoloration or mottling of skin tones. The flexibility of this device is in its ability to use a broad spectrum of wavelengths which can target specific depths in dermal tissue. This contrasts with “lasers” which only deliver one wavelength at a time.


Endymed Intensif

Enydmed Intesif works by transmitting heat to into the deeper layers of the dermis.
Non-insulated gold needles generate more heat safely into the dermis to stimulate and more effective collagen remodelling or more commonly known as skin resurfacing.


Endymed FSR

Endymed FSR uses fractional ablation with deep volumetric heating for skin resurfacing.
Ablative fractional lasers penetrate the upper layers of the skin (micro-surfacing) while the deep volumetric heating
penetrates the deeper layers of the dermis.