Vitamin A is often called the ‘normalising’ vitamin. But don’t let that fool you. It’s the only vitamin with proven clinical benefits, a major player in your anti-ageing artillery, and when it comes to supporting and normalising the skin’s functions, it can be a saviour for acne sufferers too.
Spectra XT Gold Toning
Seeing red? Calm down your skin with Spectra XT Gold Toning. This Nd:YAG laser can be used to treat red coloured concerns such as inflammatory acne, acne marks, minor blood vessels, facial flushing, erythema (post laser and acne) and nevus.Book Consultation
Available at the following locations:
Westfield Doncaster Shop G087 619 Doncaster Rd, Doncaster VIC 3108
*Please note, this treatment is not suitable for pregnant women
Skin concerns that present as red can all be successfully targeted with the Spectra XT Gold Toning laser.
595nm is a highly efficient laser wavelength that is absorbed by haemoglobin in the skin, as haemoglobin is red it makes this laser perfect for treating ‘red’ skin concerns.
When treating vessels it does not directly destroy abnormal blood vessels but normalises them, thereby reducing the inflammation that can come with destruction and potential side effects such as post inflammatory pigmentation.
Any cells surrounding the abnormal blood vessels are also returned to a healthy state.
What can it treat
- inflammatory acne
- acne marks
- minor blood vessels
- facial flushing
- erythema (post laser and acne)
Key items to be aware of
- a personalised treatment plan will be devised by your dermal clinician
- a course of treatments will be required
- heat, redness and swelling may occur during & after treatment
- prepping your skin with appropriate skincare before and after treatment will ensure best results
After cleansing in the morning and evening, massage 4 drops of Calmwise Serum across the affected area. Leave to absorb before applying Calmwise Colour Correct moisturiser. Follow with sunscreen in the day.
Suitable for :
15ml / 72.00
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