The Benefits of Skin Resurfacing

Keeping your skin healthy and vibrant is something many people struggle with. One treatment that can help fight the effects of aging and damaged skin is skin resurfacing. Skin resurfacing uses a carbon dioxide laser to combat a variety of issues. Some of the benefits of skin resurfacing treatment include:

Minimization of Wrinkles and Fine Lines

Both aging and sun exposure can lead to fine lines and wrinkles. These are especially prevalent around the eyes and mouth. Skin resurfacing can reduce the appearance of these creases, and give your face a healthier and smoother appearance.

Reduction of Enlarged Pores

Large pores are often attributed to age and genetics. Larger pores cause the skin to appear bumpy and uneven. Skin resurfacing evens skin tone and improves skin texture, mitigating the appearance of enlarged pores. Your skin will have a smoother, more even look with skin resurfacing.

Treatment of Discoloration, Redness, or Spots

Skin discoloration, redness, and spots can be the result of aging, sun exposure, or issues with skin pigmentation. Regardless of the cause or the particular type of discoloration, skin resurfacing can assist in correcting pigmentation and help eliminate any brown spots, providing you with a more balanced, even skin tone.

Encouragement of Collagen Production and Skin Tightening

Unfortunately, as you age, your skin can begin to lose its elasticity. Skin resurfacing combats this in two ways. First, it enhances skin tone, tightening the skin so it appears youthful once again. Second, it encourages new collagen production in those areas of treatment. It also promotes greater collagen absorption in areas surrounding the treated sections.

 

If you suffer from any of these skin conditions, or just want to improve the general appearance of your skin, skin resurfacing may be an option for you. Call Gulf Coast Facial Plastics today to learn more about how your appearance can be enhanced by skin resurfacing!

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