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Enlighten Pico genesis laser treatment
Enlighten PICO Genesis laser procedure takes an entirely new approach to the treatment of pigmentation issues and skin revitalization. This method combines the benefits of two highly effective wavelengths in ultra-short pulses to cause an intense, nonthermal, photo mechanical disruption and remodeling of the upper dermis. What does this mean for you? A brighter, more uniform complexion in less treatment sessions than traditional methods.
What is Pico genesis FX?
What are the pros of pico genesis?
- Pain is minimal, and there’s no downtime. You may have some redness and light flaking, but you can resume your normal routine right away.
- The lightning-fast pulses mean there’s little chance of scarring and pigmentation problems, even on dark skin—a common concern with pigment-targeting lasers.
- It’s not just for brown spots. The picosecond technology was originally designed for tattoo removal.
Pico genesis FAQs
Recommend for ALL skin types, the PICO Genesis and PICO Genesis FX laser procedures are used to treat:
- Brown spots
- Sun damage
- Age spots
- Pigmented lesions
- Acne Scarring
- Tattoo Removal
With PICO Genesis, there is virtually no downtime. In addition, you will see results in much fewer sessions than other traditional high intensity laser treatments.
Your first step to a younger, more youthful appearance, or to fine-tuning trouble spots, might just be a PICO Genesis or PICO Genesis FX laser procedure.
You can expect a few days of mild redness after each session. Your dark spots will get darker at first and then scab over. Once the scabs flake off, the skin that’s revealed should be clearer and brighter.
During the healing process, you may feel a bit itchy. In that case, licensed providers at Skin Savvy suggest taking an oral antihistamine to help.
This laser’s collagen-boosting effects will take a while to become apparent, but your complexion should appear smoother, feel firmer, and look more refreshed within about three months.
Results are considered permanent, so long as you take care to maintain a clear complexion and prevent new spots of hyperpigmentation from forming. Always wear a broad-spectrum sunscreen of at least SPF 30, especially when heading outdoors, and take care to manage any conditions like acne, eczema, or psoriasis that may lead to post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.