Laser Genesis Washington DC

Laser Genesis Washington DC

Laser Genesis is quickly becoming one of the most popular skin care treatments available today.

This revolutionary new treatment addresses a multitude of skin concerns including acne scars, facial veins, freckles and wrinkles.

How Does Laser Genesis Work?

Laser Genesis works through a heat-based laser technology.

This technology is used to damage your skin in order to kick start its natural healing process, thus boosting the production of collagen in your skin.

Additionally, this laser is able to destroy any bacteria beneath the skin which is especially ideal for acne prone patients.

How Many Sessions Do I Need?

Generally, we recommend that you receive between 3 and 5 treatments before you will see your desired results.

What Does Laser Genesis Treat?

This device is a particularly effective treatment option for patients looking to address general scarring, acne scars, and rosacea.

Below are just a few of the other common skin issues that can be treated:

  • Enlarged Pores
  • Uneven Skin Texture or Tone
  • Animas
  • Venous Lakes
  • Leg Veins
  • Freckles
  • DPNs
  • Brown Spots
  • Wrinkles
  • Skin Tags

Where Can It be Used?

This treatment can be used anywhere on the face, neck, or chest.

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Does It Hurt?

While most patients do not experience pain, some do report that they feel a warm tingling sensation while the treatment is being performed.

How Long Do Results Last?

The benefits from your treatment will evolve over time.

However, most report that they are able to see the full results six months after their treatment session.

For those looking to address scarring, this treatment can yield permanent results.

However, individuals with pigment issues are recommended to schedule follow up treatments once per year.

Laser Genesis Washington DC

If you are interested in learning more about Laser Genesis Washington DC, our team of board certified skin experts are here to help.

Schedule your consultation today by contacting our office online or calling DC Derm Docs at (202)822-9591.