Non-ablative laser treatment is a procedure to induce collagen and elastin production for stronger and more youthful skin. This is the perfect treatment to target dark spots, fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, and help to tighten skin with minimal downtime. Here at Lushful Aesthetics, we utilize the gold standard lasers, the Alma Hybrid and the Alma Veil. The benefits of this treatment also include:
Remove age spots
Remove or reduce acne scars
Treats and reduces brown spots
Reduce fine lines and wrinkles
Smooth out textured skin
Refine pores and tighten skin
Laser Facial + Exosomes + Red LED Light Therapy
$1000 | Per Treatment
Package of 3 Sessions | $2700 | 6 months to redeem all sessions
Utilizing the Alma Hybrid and the Alma Veil we’re able to target virtually every aspect of skin concerns with our non-ablative laser facial treatment in NYC. We start with the 1064 nm wavelength on the Alma Veil to stimulate collagen and elastin deeper within the dermis. Then we proceed with the 1570 nm wavelength erbium glass laser on the Alma Hybrid, which helps to treat brown spots, fine lines, wrinkles, and skin laxity. Following the laser therapy treatment exosomes will be applied to the skin for faster healing and to enhance the results of the laser facial treatment with little to no downtime after the non-ablative laser treatment for brown spots is complete. The patient is then placed under Red LED light therapy to lower inflammation and amplify their laser facial results.
Do not wear makeup to your laser facial appointment.
Patients must be off antibiotics for their non-ablative laser treatment.
It’s recommended to discontinue retinol and active ingredients a week prior to your laser facial treatment, but it’s not a contraindication.
No active sun tans, spray tans, or heavy direct sun exposure prior to receiving laser treatments.
Yes! This non-ablative laser treatment for acne scars helps to treat the texture and tone of residual acne scars. This treatment is less intense and has less downtime than our laser resurfacing treatment. Therefore more sessions may be required when targeting specific concerns such as acne scars. But noticeable differences can be appreciated in the improvement of acne scars with each treatment.
The Alma Hybrid and Alma Veil are far superior to Clear and Brilliant. During our GlowBrite Laser Facial the Alma Veil’s 1064 nm wavelength is utilized to stimulate collagen deeper in the dermis and then the Alma Hybrid is passed over with the 1570 nm wavelength erbium glass laser to remove sun damage, treat fine lines and wrinkles, pores, acne scars, texture and more.
BBL, which stands for Broadband Light Therapy, is essentially the newest version of IPL, which stands for Intense Pulsed Light Therapy. Laser facial treatments with precise wavelengths such as the 1064 nm wavelength on the Alma Veil and the 1570 nm wavelength erbium glass on the Alma Hybrid are far more effective than IPL or BBL treatments for skin rejuvenation.
Laser genesis is an outdated technology that produces little collagen and has minimal overall impact on skin quality. In our GlowBrite Laser Facial we’re incorporating a more updated version of the laser genesis utilizing the Alma Veil’s 1064 nm wavelength and then also adding the Alma Hybrid’s 1570 nm wavelength for a synergistic effect to maximize results. Because our GlowBrite Laser Facial is a non-ablative treatment it has minimal downtime.
Yes! Laser facials are the gold standard for erasing fine lines and wrinkles, and this non-ablative laser facial, the GlowBrite Laser Facial, is no different, being able to treat fine lines and wrinkles with a minimal amount of downtime when compared to other types of laser facials. Treatments like Botox work by relaxing muscles to soften expression lines and filler works by “filling” in lines. But lasers such as the Alma Veil and Alma hybrid strategically damage the skin to induce the healing cascade to have the body stimulate its own collagen and elastin to erase fine lines and wrinkles and to make skin more youthful.
Patients will have to be sun cautious for at least 2 weeks after their GlowBrite Laser Facial. During this time there should be daily application of SPF 50+ and avoiding activities in direct sunlight.
Fraxel is an outdated laser resurfacing technology. The Alma Hybrid’s 1570 nm wavelength erbium glass laser is the gold standard non-ablative laser for rejuvenating the skin. Alone it out performs Fraxel treatments, but we also combine it with the Alma Veil’s 1064 nm wavelength laser for further collagen induction. Topical exosomes and Red LED Light Therapy are included to maximize results and speed up the recovery period.
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This depends on the commitment of the patient to avoiding sun exposure, so yes. As long as patients can avoid the sun and apply SPF 50+ daily for the duration of time discussed with them then they can receive a laser peel treatment along with the proper recovery time for laser resurfacing. But if avoiding the sun is going to be a challenge with the patient's Summer lifestyle, then it’s best that they wait for the cooler months.
Laser facial treatments can be done on patients up to a Fitzpatrick Skin Type 5 with proper pre and post-care treatment. Patients with deeper skin are best treated with Chemical Peels and Microneedling + Exosomes.
Exosomes yield higher amounts of growth factors and peptides than found in PRP or PRF. Because PRP and PRF are derived from your own blood, you’re limited based on what your body is able to produce.
With BENEV Exosomes powered by ExoSCRT™, we see these exosomes promoting skin cell proliferation by up to 80% in a dose-dependent manner. This far exceeds the capability of PRP or PRF when aiding the recovery from laser resurfacing and helps to induce more collagen and elastin, plus it further aids with pigmentation issues.
Exosomes are responsible for cell to cell communication and for facilitating the exchange of RNA and other important proteins between cells (e.g. fibroblasts, keratinocytes, immune cells, etc.), in addition to transferring numerous growth factors and cytokines that have shown signs of tissue repair and improving skin cells.