Lots of skincare products claim to help you get a brighter, more radiant complexion – but when it comes down to it, a lot more fail to deliver.
That’s because skincare products can’t necessarily go past that first dermal layer. And unfortunately, it’s our subdermal tissue where a lot of skin issues and complexion concerns start.
So if you want to treat your biggest skin concerns, it’s time to go deeper into the dermis with fractional CO2 laser resurfacing treatments.
Let’s learn more about this treatment, including what a fractional CO2 laser treatment is and what it can treat!
*individual results may vary.
A fractional CO2 laser is a cosmetic treatment that focuses on delivering a “peel”-like experience, all by creating microscopic injuries within the dermal tissue. These micro-channels help stimulate the body’s collagen and elastin production, which is essential for:
Fractional CO2 laser resurfacing can be customized to achieve a patient’s desired results. For example, a “light” peel can help treat skin tone and texture issues, while a deeper peel can treat moderate wrinkles and sagging skin.
At Twin Ports Dermatology, our Dermatology Providers use CO2RE laser resurfacing technology to deliver our treatments. The CO2RE Laser is an all-in-one laser system that’s designed to treat all your biggest complexion issues, including:
Our expert providers here at Twin Ports Dermatology would be happy to meet with you for an in-person consultation. Simply fill out the form on this page, and one of our trusted staff members will reach out to you promptly to schedule your consultation.
You’re a good candidate for this type of treatment if you want a comprehensive, all-in-one approach to rejuvenating and refreshing your complexion. From wrinkles and fine lines to skin sagging and hyperpigmentation, fractional CO2 laser resurfacing can treat almost every complexion issue!
The best way to prepare for your treatment is to avoid using retinol or any other type of products that could potentially make your skin more sensitive. We recommend stopping use of retinoids about one to two weeks before your laser resurfacing session.
You should also schedule your laser session for a time when you don’t have any acne breakouts or open wounds on your face, as this could potentially interfere with your treatment.
*individual results may vary
If you would like to schedule an in-person consultation, please fill out the form on this page and one of our knowledgeable medical staff members at Twin Ports Dermatology will reach out to you promptly. You can also call our Duluth, MN office directly to schedule: 218-302-1000.
Twin Ports Dermatology serves the greater Duluth area. We’re the only locally owned private dermatology clinic & medspa in the area.
*Individual results may vary