Are you considering having a laser skin tightening treatment done? Figuring out whether you’re a good candidate for a laser skin tightening procedure is easy, as long as you know what factors make a good candidate. To figure that out, you first have to understand the process itself.


Laser Skin Tightening is a Non-Surgical Process

First of all, you should know that laser skin tightening is 100% knife free. That’s important because you don’t have to worry about things like anesthesia. A laser skin procedure only uses localized anesthetic to numb your skin. The laser will then project light and heat at your skin, which will help to stimulate your body into repairing its own skin cells.

The fact that it is a non-surgical process means that it’s also a fast process. You can be in and out of the clinic in as little as an hour in some cases. There is no preparation required. no recovery time, and an overnight stay at the clinic is not necessary. This procedure is even less invasive when compared to medical grade chemical peels and microdermabrasion. We live in a fortunate age where with all of these non-surgical advances in facial treatments, face lifts, botox, and other surgeries are becoming more and more unnecessary.

Laser Skin Tightening and Laser Skin Resurfacing Aren’t the Same

The next thing you should know is that laser skin resurfacing and laser skin tightening are different procedures. Although, similar types of laser skincare devices are used to perform both types of treatments. It’s entirely possible that you could be a good candidate for one and not the other.

Resurfacing is a process that removes the top layer of skin, which is mostly dead anyway. Tightening procedures penetrate down into deeper layers of skin without affecting the surface as much. That means that the results of skin tightening procedures might not be as clear right away as the results of resurfacing.


Laser Treatment and Their Results Can be Ongoing

Another thing to be aware of is that laser treatment results can be ongoing. In other words, you will probably see a bit of difference right away, but that may not be the final result. Over the weeks following your appointment, your body should produce a lot more collagen and other healthy skin-fortifying substances. So, the general appearance of your skin can improve over time, even after or in between appointments.

Nevertheless, one treatment isn’t usually very helpful. Most skin tightening procedures need to be repeated several times as part of a series of treatments. You may even choose to schedule a second treatment series at some point after you are done with the first. Unfortunately, wrinkles don’t form only once. Therefore, they won’t disappear forever after one treatment. You have to stay on top of the problem, if you want your skin to continue looking healthy and youthful. A series of five or six laser treatments can cost as little as $500 or as much as $2,000, depending on the specific treatment and clinic.

Generally speaking, you’ll be a good candidate for laser skin treatment if you’re over 30 years old and under 60. However, your general health and other factors might make you a bad candidate. For instance, having oily skin can prevent you from undergoing laser treatments because the oils can be heated up too much by the lasers.

The only way to know for sure is to ask the experts at your local clinic. They can tell you the best treatment plan for you, which will probably involve lasers, but there are also other skin tightening options that you can try if lasers aren’t an option for you.

Overall, this is going to be a great option for anyone who wants some potent anti-aging and age reversal benefits without surgery or botox.

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