laser resurfacing london 25th February 2019

Treating Ageing Concerns Around the Eyes with Laser Resurfacing with Co2

As a world-renowned laser dermatologist, Dr Firas Al-Niaimi offers the most advanced, innovative and effective treatments on the market for a variety of skin concerns, including ageing around the eyes. As the skin around the eyes is particularly delicate, it is prone to showing early signs of ageing before the rest of the skin, such as fine lines or wrinkles, sagging, and volume loss resulting in dark circles. For treating the skin around the eyes, Dr Firas recommended laser resurfacing with Co2.

What is Laser Resurfacing with Co2?

Laser resurfacing with Co2 uses a beams of Co2 to vaporise damaged cells on the surface layer of the skin, helping to eliminate some of the damage done as part of the ageing process. Fine lines and wrinkles and blemishes on the skin are eradicated, and the treatment area looks healthy, youthful, and fresher. Laser skin resurfacing can be used as a treatment for the entire face, however, thanks to Dr Firas’ skilled techniques, specific areas can be accurately and effectively targeted, including around the eyes. As opposed to other laser resurfacing treatments, laser resurfacing with Co2 can be used to treat deeper wrinkles for a more complete rejuvenation, as it is able to penetrate to a far deeper layer of the skin.

Refreshing Ageing Eyes

Laser resurfacing with Co2 is perfect for the treatment of a myriad of concerns relating to the ageing of the eyes, capable of tackling dark circles, crows feet, eye bag, and wrinkles with ease whilst simultaneously tightening the surrounding skin. This leaves patients looking more youthful, awake, and fresher than before treatment. Whilst the prospect of undergoing such treatment around the eyes may be daunting, laser resurfacing is a highly safe, effective treatment when performed under a skilled hand, such as Dr Firas.

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