Emerge™ isn’t ablative Fractional laser from American company PALOMAR Medical, a global leader in laser technology for aesthetic medicine and cosmetic dermatology. Designed for removal and reduction superficial skin imperfections.
The treatment is to improve skin density, effectively reduces fine wrinkles, stretch marks, scars, hyperpigmentation. Emerge TM is certified by the FDA confirming the reduction of wrinkles around the eyes, the so-called. “crow's feet”.
How does Emerge™ work?
Laser-Emerge™ causes deep skin regeneration. Laser’s resurfacing is performed using energy in the form of light’s microbeams, which in a controlled way damage the selected areas of the epidermis and dermis. Natural healing process of the skin provokes the process by which damaged skin cells are replaced with new healthy tissue. The result is a healthier and younger looking skin.
The treatment is safe, it doesn’t affect the surrounding tissues, blood vessels or nerves.
The treatments don’t require a recovery period and the recovery time is very short. Immediately after the treatment the skin is red, which usually lasts until the evening. There may appear small scabs, almost invisible, which after a week will gently exfoliate. The treatment doesn’t require local anesthesia. Most of the treatments doesn’t take more than an hour.
How many times does the treatment need to be repeated?
Depending on the condition of the skin, it is recommended to perform a series of 3 - 6 treatments, approximately every 14-30 days for best results. The effect of the treatments is already visible one month after execution of the series. The total internal reconstruction of the skin and thus further improvement of its appearance can last for up to 6 months.
- scars and acne marks
- wrinkles and any visible skin changes caused by aging
- loss of firmness, smoothness of the skin of the face, neck, neckline
- crow's feet, eyes
- discoloration, gray skin
- Oral therapies with retinoids (Roaccutan, Accutan) and Isotretinoin (Izotek, Curacne, Aknenormin) or steroids
- photosensitive herbs (St. John's wort, calendula, horsetail) and photosensitive drugs (antibiotics, anti-depressants)
- Active bacterial and viral infections
- Skin tumors
- inflammatory skin disorders and chronic inflammatory dermatoses (psoriasis, atopic dermatitis)
- 4 weeks of filling wrinkles with hyaluronic acid
- tanned skin, using tanning or self-tanning creams
- recent scrubs,