Because our facial skin is constantly exposed, it is more likely to experience the impacts of the sun, pollution, and ageing in general. Even the most pampered complexions might appear older due to brown spots or uneven skin tone on the face, and scars from the sun can make it seem impossible to obtain a healthy glow.
One of the most cutting-edge methods to repair damaged skin, combat ageing symptoms, and even out discoloration areas in as little as 20 minutes per session is laser resurfacing. The procedure restores a revitalised appearance on the face and neckline while addressing pigmentation, age spots, sun damage, acne scars, and wrinkles without the need for a lot of downtime.
Although wrinkles and fine lines begin to emerge as early as the mid-twenties, many people who are dissatisfied with their skin are not candidates for surgery or other anti-aging therapies. The best option for minimally invasive skin restoration is laser resurfacing.
Pearl, Pearl Fractional, and Pearl Fusion are the three different types of pearl resurfacing treatments that are offered.
Pearl: Pearl is frequently most suited for sunspots and finer wrinkles. A layer of tissue beneath the epidermis is heated while the laser is guided over the entire face by the practitioner.
Pearl Fractional: Pearl Fractional penetrates deeper into the skin to fully renew and is frequently used for deeper wrinkles or specific areas of more severe damage.
Pearl Fusion:This approach combines the two methods. Prior to using Pearl Fractional to treat deeper wrinkles, Pearl is utilised to improve the texture of the entire face. As part of our scar care treatment programme, Pearl Fusion is a fantastic treatment to promote scar healing and can be used to scars left behind after surgical treatments.
We collaborate with some of the nation's most skilled medical professionals who employ lasers for skin resurfacing. We have frequently appeared on the Channel 4 television show Embarrassing Bodies. Before beginning treatment, all patients are required to complete a patch test.
We can design a product package treatment that is appropriate for your skin type and tone if laser treatment is not an option for you.
The newest generation of skin resurfacing procedures, Pearl, tackles lines, wrinkles, UV damage, and uneven skin tone with a single laser session and doesn't require a long recovery period or significant downtime. The procedure is available in three different forms and is ablative, meaning it targets the skin's surface layer:
The three separate treatments give professionals the flexibility to design the most personalised experience for your skin's requirements and get the greatest results. The needs of each patient are completely unique, however Pearl Laser Resurfacing is typically best suited for finer damage and wrinkles whereas Pearl Fusion is a much deeper procedure for more active skin rejuvenation on damaged skin.
In contrast to the Pearl Fractional laser, which only treats small sections of the skin, the Pearl Laser Skin Resurfacing treatment treats the complete top layers of skin as well as deeper layers. Because the pearl laser is a non-ablative technology and does not kill epidermal cells, its recovery time is substantially less than that of other laser resurfacing procedures.
A pearl treatment involves emitting light pulses in a predetermined pattern onto the skin. The deeper tissues beneath the skin's surface are also heated by the laser, which encourages the generation of new collagen and makes the skin overall smoother. The quick formation of a protective natural dressing by the skin helps to reduce recovery time and jump-start the skin-restoration process. Over the course of 3-5 days, this barrier will peal off, exposing fresh, healthy skin.
Only a little portion of the skin is exposed to the laser beam during a Pearl Fractional treatment in a pattern of tiny dots. The Pearl Fractional laser pulse can vaporise hyperpigmentation clusters while also making minute skin holes as it strikes the skin. The surrounding skin is unharmed as these damaged tissue columns are removed deliberately. As a result, the skin is encouraged to develop a barrier. However, the laser pulses have stimulated the dermis deeper in the skin, causing it to produce collagen more quickly. This helps to fill the skin and minimise the appearance of wrinkles. This is referred to as microdamage because it compels the body to respond, and the remarkable effects of the treatment are attributable to the body's healing process.
The previously stated Pearl Resurfacing and Pearl Fractional procedures are combined to create Pearl Fusion.
Pearl Fractional will next be used on facial areas needing more intense treatment after the doctor uses the Pearl laser to resurface the entire face. The method used by Pearl Fusion improves the patient's complexion right away and lessens the appearance of sun damage and ageing. Patients will experience ongoing structural changes in their skin over time, including a volume and hardness increase.
In order to treat the scar and other superficial skin flaws including age spots, sun damage, and wrinkles, Pearl Fusion offers an epidermal renewal therapy. It provides the ideal support for a surgical treatment. very little to no downtime. As a part of our scar repair package, you will have three Pearl Fusion laser treatments separated by six weeks.