Aging can wreak havoc on your skin. No matter how well you clean, tone, moisturize, and avoid the sun, you may still have fine lines, wrinkles, and uneven texture. You may also have unsightly scars that won’t resolve. The Cutera XEO’s® Laser Genesis™ skin-care treatment tool can improve the tone, texture, and quality of your skin safely and painlessly. If you’re ready for skin that glows again, and you live in Raleigh or the surrounding areas, contact Dr. Jane Smith online or by phone at VeinCare of Central North Carolina.
The XEO’s device from Cutera is a noninvasive Nd:YAG laser treatment that can even out your skin’s texture and resolve fine lines, wrinkles, reddened skin, and scars. Any area of your face, neck, or décolletage can be treated with Laser Genesis. It can also be used to diminish the appearance of scars on other areas of your body.
Laser Genesis is a pain-free procedure that feels almost as relaxing as a facial. During your therapy, you will feel a warm sensation as the wand passes a half inch above your skin.
There is no downtime following a Laser Genesis treatment. You may experience slight redness of the skin after your treatment, but this should fade within a day or two. You can return to your normal activities directly after treatment. Be sure to wear sunscreen if you are outdoors or driving.
In addition to targeting lesions and irregularities on the skin’s surface, such as wrinkles and enlarged pores, Laser Genesis reaches down into the dermis, where it heats up and stimulates the collagen. The collagen layer then produces new collagen, just as if it were young skin.
The Laser Genesis’ ability to stimulate the production of new collagen is one of the qualities that sets it apart from other skin texture treatments.
If you have diffused redness in your skin or suffer from rosacea, Cutera XEO’s Laser Genesis technology can help with that, too. The heat from its laser energy constricts dilated capillaries to reduce the appearance of redness.
For optimal results, you should receive four to six treatments, spaced about a month apart. Annual touch-ups are also recommended to keep your skin smooth and toned and to re-stimulate the production of new collagen.
If you would like to boost your skin’s production of collagen and rejuvenate your look without surgery or invasive therapies, contact VeinCare of Central North Carolina for a Cutera Laser Genesis consultation.
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Services We Offer & Conditions We Treat
TruSculpt 3D is a safe, effective treatment that’s gaining momentum in the body-sculpting world.
SculpSure is an FDA-cleared treatment that reduces hard to get rid of body fat.
Laser Genesis is a pain-free procedure that feels almost as relaxing as a facial.
Intense Pulsed Light
IPL uses high-intensity flashlamps to create bursts of electrical energy that are directed toward highly pigmented areas of the skin that you wish to fade.
Many people see spider veins as a cosmetic nuisance, unaware that spider veins can cause symptoms (aching, burning, throbbing or itching).
Sclerotherapy is the injection of a chemical into a vein using a tiny, thin needle which irritates the lining of the vein and causes it to swell shut.
Varicose Veins occur when the muscle in the walls of the veins weaken and the valves deteriorate.
Endovenous Laser Ablation
A small laser fiber is inserted into a non-functioning varicose vein using the laser’s heat to melt the lining of the vein, sealing it shut.
Arterial and Venous Ultrasound
An ultrasound uses sound waves at a high frequency that are inaudible to the human ear.
Melasma is a skin condition that causes the color-making cells in the skin to make too much color, turning patches of your skin brown or brown-gray.
If you struggle to find the right routine and skin care products for you, schedule an appointment with Dr. Smith for a skin consultation.
Stretch marks are scars that develop when the collagen and elastin that support your skin rupture.
Scars form after the skin tries to repair itself. Acne scars are no different.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a substance full of concentrated growth factors.
Radio Frequency Microneedling
Microneedling, also known as collagen induction, is a skin treatment for which your provider uses a specially-designed device to deliver tiny, micro-injuries to your skin.