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Get effective results and beautiful skin with Spectra Carbolase in Cobble Hill, NY

Effective Results With Spectra Carbolase in Cobble Hill area

If you are searching for a solution that will leave your skin feeling soft and looking fabulous, then Spectra™ Carbolase may be just the treatment for you! This versatile and safe treatment gives patients effective results and treats a variety of skin conditions, from the natural signs of aging to unwanted tattoos. The team of professionals at the Art of Natural Beauty Center in Cobble Hill, NY is excited to offer patients this revolutionary service to help make their dreams of beautiful skin a reality.

What is Spectra Carbolase?

Spectra Carbolase is a revolutionary laser device, developed by the aesthetic technology company Lutronic Aesthetic, that treats a wide variety of skin conditions while simultaneously improving the overall look and feel of your skin. It is the first Nd:YAG laser that is Q-switched that has been cleared by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for melasma treatment, and results in better outcomes than other cosmetic laser treatments. Even better, it involves zero downtime and provides fabulous results! It uses low energy laser beams to resurface and rejuvenate dull, aging, or hyperpigmented skin.

A versatile treatment for a variety of skin conditions

Spectra Carbolase can be used to treat many of the most common skin conditions that we see at the Art of Natural Beauty, including:

  • Liver spots or other pigmented areas
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Acne-prone skin
  • Acne scars
  • Rosacea
  • Vascular lesions
  • Telangiectasias
  • Melasma
  • Unwanted multi-colored tattoos
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Overall signs of aging and sun exposure
  • Unhealthy looking skin
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Also called The Hollywood Laser Peel®, the Spectra Carbolase device can treat a broad range of patients and provides beautiful, younger-looking skin that is more evenly toned and has fewer fine lines and wrinkles. Skin rejuvenation has never been easier!

For patients with acne or acne-prone skin, Spectra can provide incredible results. With this laser peel technology, the inflammation and oil secretions that are associated with acne are reduced by clearing out the hair follicles where acne forms. The peel also gently exfoliates the skin and unclogs pores that can contribute to acne. Patients often see improvement in their acne and scarring after just one treatment, but usually achieve the best results with a series of treatments spaced a few weeks apart.

What to expect during your treatment

The Spectra laser treatment procedure varies depending on the skin condition you are treating. For treatment of issues such as acne, wrinkles, and large pores, your face is first gently cleansed and then a special lotion called SpectraLotion™ is applied to your face. This lotion contains small carbon particles that penetrate deeply into your scars and pores. Then, we will pass the laser over your face using the Spectra mode to photothermally stimulate your skin for exfoliation and cellular regeneration. Then, the Q-switched mode is activated and we pass the laser over your skin again, which causes the carbon particles in the SpectraLotion to explode. When this happens, your skin is exfoliated even further, your pores shrink, sebum production is reduced to minimize acne, and your body’s collagen remodeling processes are activated. The end result is more evenly toned, youthful, glowing skin.

If you are using Spectra for pigmentation issues or removal of a tattoo, we first clean the treatment area and then apply an anesthetic and let it work for 20 minutes. Then, we focus the Spectra laser on the pigmentation spots or ink from the tattoo, where the pigmented cells or inks are broken down into small particles by the energy from the laser. Your body then eliminates the pigmentation over time with natural processes.

After your treatment, you will experience little to no downtime because the Spectra laser is gentle. Patients typically have few side effects, if any; the most common side effect is slight redness in the treatment area that dissipates within a few hours.

Spectra Carbolase results

Spectra Carbolase results in Cobble Hill area

Most patients require more than one treatment session to achieve optimal results but see a visible improvement after their very first session. Your results will keep getting better after each treatment!

If you are using Spectra as a laser tattoo removal treatment, your results will be permanent. It is also a long-lasting treatment option for hyperpigmentation in your skin (such as liver spots, sunspots, or other pigmented areas). If you are using Spectra as an anti-aging solution, maintenance treatments will likely be necessary over time as new wrinkles and fine lines form. Regularly using a broad-spectrum sunscreen and maintaining a healthy lifestyle and good skin care regimen can help make your results last for a long time.

Learn more in a consultation

The Art of Natural Beauty is proud to offer this exciting treatment that can be a great option for so many different patients. No matter what your skin condition, the first step in determining whether you are a good candidate for Spectra Carbolase is to schedule a consultation with us. Our team of professionals will conduct a thorough examination of your skin and discuss all your cosmetic concerns and goals in depth to determine what the best treatment options are for you. If you are tired of trying to cover up dark or red spots in your skin, unwanted tattoos, or are simply seeking a more youthful, glowing complexion, we encourage you to schedule an appointment by calling 718-521-2913. With two convenient locations in Cobble Hill and Brooklyn, NY, we are never far away from work or home. Start your journey towards more beautiful skin by calling us today!

 

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