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Chemical Peel vs. Laser Resurfacing: Which Skin Rejuvenation Treatment is Best for Me?

  Let’s face it: There are a lot of treatments out there that can help your skin look better. But when it comes to dramatic and noticeable rejuvenation, two procedures stand out from the crowd: chemical peels and laser skin resurfacing. These two procedures are designed to help address a range of skin issues, like hyperpigmentation, uneven skin tone, and even common signs of aging (say goodbye, wrinkles and fine lines!). But which procedure should you pick to treat your specific skin issue? When it comes down to it, which skin rejuvenation treatment is best for you? You May Want a Chemical Peel If: You have light hyperpigmentation, scarring, and fine lines. A chemical peel uses a concoction of different acids, which is designed to remove the topmost layers of dead and dull skin. After your [...]

By |2018-05-24T09:09:15-07:00October 16th, 2017|

Do CO2 Laser Treatments Hurt?

Ever wonder how celebrities get that flawless glow and clear complexion?  Sure, Photoshop certainly helps – but plenty of A-listers seem to defy the laws of time and gravity with eternally youthful skin that seems lit from within. Fortunately, they haven’t been keeping their skincare secrets to themselves.  One of the best weapons in their anti-aging arsenal is laser resurfacing, courtesy of CO2 laser treatments. They’re the exact same kind of treatment you can now find at South Coast Plastic Surgery in Irvine, California! The Benefits Of CO2 Lasers As the premier destination for laser skin resurfacing and cosmetic surgery in the greater Orange County area, South Coast Plastic Surgery is pleased to offer A-list laser skin resurfacing treatments for clients who want to achieve the following results: Even and smooth complexion Reduction in wrinkles and [...]

By |2017-03-09T06:58:48-08:00October 26th, 2016|
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