Facials at one of our Denver area offices are often an ideal way to improve your skin tone and texture, as well as the overall appearance of your face. However, facials alone will be insufficient to provide long-term results, requiring you take proper care of your skin at home in between treatments.
With all of the treatments available at a modern med spa, it’s easy to get confused about which one is right for you. Here we help you decide whether a FotoFacial (sometimes photofacial) or Laser Genesis treatment is right for you.
First, it’s important to know that both Laser Genesis and FotoFacials are good treatments for:
No. A photofacial is a noninvasive cosmetic treatment that has very little impact beyond the skin and tissue of the treated area. Your photofacial will target skin discoloration to even out your complexion and may help to reduce sun damage. The only possible concern is the use of topical anesthetic prior to treatment. This generally isn’t necessary, and if you do without this step or pump and discard before your next feeding, there should be no health concern.
Fotofacials employ innovative light-based technology to stimulate collagen production and connective tissue growth in the facial region. This minimally invasive, non-surgical procedure will restore a smoother, more youthful facial complexion and is very effective at treating a variety of skin conditions.
At Facial Aesthetics, we commonly recommend Fotofacials to treat the following conditions: