Skin Laser Resurfacing Demand Rises in Winter 2011

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Skin laser resurfacing experts sk:n clinics has seen a rise in demand for the treatment this winter.

Skin laser resurfacing demand rises during winter 2011 as more clients demand non-invasive rejuvenation options.

Laser resurfacing is a non-invasive treatment that can reduce the appearance of fine lines around eyes, mouth and cheeks, improve skin tone and restore sun-damaged skin. Laser skin resurfacing not only improves the appearance of skin; it can also do wonders for one's self-esteem.

They say a person is as young as he feels but sometimes our skin makes us look and feel a lot older. People look at their skin and wonder where all the wrinkles and lines have come from? Are sun spots, uneven skin tone and other minor facial flaws adding years to their face? If skin is showing signs of ageing, laser skin resurfacing can help rejuvenate and restore your skin.

Laser resurfacing removes damaged, wrinkled skin with a gentle but powerful laser. Short bursts of the laser are targeted at problem areas removing the top layer of skin. The laser heats up the dermis, the middle skin layer, stimulates the growth of new skin cells and encourages the skin to regenerate. Laser skin resurfacing does not remove deep wrinkles but rather reduces their appearance by removing the top layer of the skin’s surface. The result is that wrinkles, lines and other minor facial flaws are much less noticeable and your skin looks more refreshed, healthier, smoother, fuller and younger looking.

There is a certain amount of pain and recovery time involved with laser skin resurfacing. The pain can easily be managed with over-the-counter pain medication but people have to put their social life on hold to allow the treated area to heal.

When considering laser resurfacing, book a consultation with a skin specialist at one of sk:n clinics state-of-the-art facilities throughout the UK. Laser skin resurfacing is performed by one of sak:n clinics highly trained and experienced medical doctors using the very latest laser resurfacing technology.


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