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Laser Skin Resurfacing & Tightening

Rejuvenate, Resurface, Refresh & Tighten with Co2 Laser

What is Fractional CO2?

Co2 Laser Skin Rejuvenation is the gold standard of laser treatments and acne scar treatments. It is used to improve skin tone, texture, pores, sun damage, superficial lines and wrinkles. Co2 Laser skin resurfacing suits most skin types, has minimal downtime and minimal discomfort. As well as this, Co2 Laser provides continuous improvement as it stimulates the regeneration of collagen production in the body.


CO2 treatment is best for:

  • Fine lines & wrinkles
  • Pigmentation
  • Pores & skin texture
  • Scars (surgical & trauma)
  • Stretch marks
  • Acne scars

How does it work?

Co2 Laser works by stimulating the skin cells using a precisely controlled energy source. This triggers the skin cells to renew themselves, producing collagen which results in skin elasticity and fullness. The skin then replaces the damaged skin cells with new, healthy cells. The final result is firmer, younger, clearer looking skin.

What to expect during the treatment

A topical anesthetic is applied 45 minutes before all co2 laser treatments to reduce discomfort. Some patients may experience a prickling sensation as the skin tissue is heating.ed skin cells with new, healthy cells. The final result is firmer, younger, clearer looking skin.

How many treatments are required?

Based on the condition of your skin, the amount of treatments required for optimal results will vary with one to three being the average.

When will results be seen?

Results can be seen within one week, but your skin will continue to improved and the best results will be seen several months after your final treatment. For this reason, repeat treatments should be spaced at least 6-8 weeks apart.

Is everybody suitable for CO2 laser treatment?

Unfortunately, there are some contraindications who are unable to be treated with CO2 laser.

  • Pregnant or breastfeeding women
  • Children under the age of 18 without parental consent
  • Current significant skin disease/infections such as cold sores at the site of treatment
  • Patients with (darker) skin types 5-6 are at greater risk of post-treatment pigmentation
  • History of keloid scarring (special precaution in high-risk areas)