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Anti-ageing laser treatments

At The Harley Street Face Clinic, we offer the latest laser technology for wrinkles, sun spots, discolouration, and skin tightening.

What is Fractionated CO2 Laser technology?

Fractionated CO2 technology differs from the previous versions of the technology, as it is a single treatment that delivers more dramatic results than older non-ablative lasers.

The technology offers significant improvements over traditional carbon dioxide (CO2) lasers because there is no prolonged recovery or redness. The laser treatment must be tailored to the individual depending on their skin types and the degree of facial ageing.

At The Harley Street Face Clinic, we often use fractionated CO2 laser resurfacing in conjunction with other facial cosmetic surgery to improve the results. The laser improves the appearance of the skin by reducing lines, wrinkles, sun damage, brown spots, acne scars and improved tone, texture and skin tightening.

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How does it work?

Our expert team have invested in the latest technology to offer patients the most effective and fastest possible recovery. We have imported the latest state-of-the-art CO2 fractional laser from the USA.

This fractional CO2 laser penetrates deep into your skin and provides heat to stimulate collagen production, and the second Erbium component of the laser is effective for more superficial rejuvenation and soften the fine lines and remove pigmentation from the top layers of skin.

The Cortex laser’s unique design treats the skin with precise control and can be tailored to a specific problem and allotted downtime. For fine lines and superficial sun damage, a single procedure can produce significant results with a faster recovery.

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