How to get Glass Skin with Laser Treatments (LASER MASTERCLASS)

Lasers, when used correctly, can address a wide variety of skin issues and give you that porcelain glass skin we all want. 

BUT laser treatments in the wrong hands can lead to disastrous outcomes. 

Today, we'll explore the fascinating world of laser treatments, discussing how they can address a wide range of skin issues, from hyperpigmentation to acne scars, wrinkles to age spots, sunspots and more. 

Make sure to catch the corresponding video on YouTube for even more Laser education. 

Understanding Laser Types

Fraxel Lasers

One of the standout lasers in the world of skin rejuvenation is theFraxel laser, specifically the Fraxel Dual. 

This laser is exceptional due to its customization capabilities. With two dual wavelengths, a 1927 nanometer handpiece and a 1550 nanometer handpiece, the Fraxel Dual is a versatile tool for addressing various skin issues. 

The 1927 nanometer handpiece is effective at treating hyperpigmentation, brown spots, melasma, chloasma, and sun damage. On the other hand, the 1550 nanometer handpiece targets skin texture, pore size, fine lines, wrinkles, and stimulates collagen production. 

What sets theFraxel Dual apart is its ability to customize settings for each patient, allowing for tailored treatments to meet specific skin needs. This level of customization ensures that you get the best results for your skin issues. 

It's important to note that Fraxel Dual is not widely available because it requires a high level of expertise to operate. Finding a skilled laser specialist is crucial for achieving the best results, and not all medi-spas or clinics are equipped to provide such services. The rarity of Fraxel Dual machines does not diminish their quality; in fact, it highlights the elite nature of these lasers, and in the right hands, they can deliver remarkable results.

Ablative vs. Non-Ablative Lasers

Understanding the difference between ablative and non-ablative lasers is essential. Ablative lasers remove tissue by vaporizing and creating tiny holes in the skin, often resulting in pinpoint bleeding. In contrast, non-ablative lasers heat the tissue without causing these micro-wounds. 

Fraxel falls into the non-ablative category, making it less invasive and resulting in faster healing times. Non-ablative lasers stimulate collagen synthesis, cellular renewal, and other rejuvenating effects, making them ideal for achieving that desired glass skin look.

Co2 Laser Treatment

CO2 lasers, like erbium lasers, are ablative lasers known for removing tissue. They offer a more aggressive treatment approach, which can lead to some discomfort during the procedure and longer downtime. CO2 lasers can be particularly effective for skin resurfacing, but they may require the use of local anesthesia or nerve blocks to ensure patient comfort during the treatment. 

Combining non-ablative and ablative lasers can yield a customized approach for different areas of the face, resulting in beautiful and tailored outcomes.

Vbeam Laser 

The Vbeam laser, a vascular laser, is highly effective at treating redness, facial vessels, telangiectasias, rosacea, facial flushing, and various types of scars. It can also help improve discoloration under the eyes, making it a versatile rejuvenating laser. 

Vbeam stands out for its ability to brighten the under-eye area, and treatments are typically spaced about one month apart. 

While some redness and swelling may occur post-treatment, they are signs that the skin is responding positively, as these reactions stimulate collagen production and rejuvenation.


Clear & Brilliant Laser

Clear and Brilliant is often described as a "baby Fraxel" and is ideal for those who seek minimal downtime and discomfort during laser treatments. When performed correctly, this treatment should not be painful. 

Clear and Brilliant addresses both skin texture and tone and can help with hyperpigmentation, all while providing a youthful glow. It is especially recommended for those having their first laser treatment or seeking a quick rejuvenation before a special occasion.

Pico Laser

The Pico laser, firing at a picosecond (a trillionth of a second), provides a safe solution for treating hyperpigmentation, including brown spots, melasma, and pigmentation irregularities, without the risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. 

Pico lasers are an excellent choice for individuals with olive skin tones and skin of color, as they reduce the likelihood of hyperpigmentation. However, it's essential to emphasize that the success of Pico laser treatments for various skin tones relies on the expertise of the laser operator and appropriate pre- and post-treatment care.

Misconceptions about Lasers

One common misconception is that laser treatments are not safe for darker skin tones or that they are ineffective for melasma. In reality, lasers can be safe and effective for individuals with skin of color when administered by a knowledgeable laser specialist who understands the appropriate settings, pre-and post-treatment skincare, and the importance of using the correct laser. 

The key takeaway is that the effectiveness of laser treatments is highly operator-dependent, and it's crucial to seek out a reputable laser specialist who can provide safe and effective outcomes.

Conditions Lasers Can Address

Laser treatments are incredibly versatile and can effectively address various skin conditions, including: 

  1. Hyperpigmentation
  2. Acne Scars
  3. Wrinkles and Fine Lines
  4. Age Spots and Sun Spots
  5. Melasma
  6. Uneven Skin Texture
  7. Rosacea
  8. Visible Blood Vessels
  9. Stretch Marks
  10. Skin Laxity

Laser Stacking

To achieve the most comprehensive results, many patients combine different laser treatments based on their skin's specific needs. 

For example, a patient may receive Fraxel Dual to address hyperpigmentation and fine lines, while also undergoing Vbeam laser treatments to reduce redness and enhance skin tone. 

This approach allows for the precise targeting of different skin concerns and is known as combination therapy.

Final Thoughts on Laser Treatments

Laser treatments offer an exceptional solution for those looking to achieve glass skin and address various skin concerns. 

However, it's crucial to choose a skilled and experienced laser specialist who can customize laser treatments to your specific needs.

Whether it's Fraxel, CO2, Vbeam, Clear and Brilliant, Pico lasers, or a combination of these treatments, the key to success lies in the expertise of the provider. 

Beautiful, rejuvenated, and healthy skin is possible with the right laser treatments and the right hands to administer them. Find the right laser specialist for your unique skin concerns.

Lasers with Skincare ft. MDAiRE™

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