LaseMD Thilium Laser is for everyone who wants to have a perfect skin. A porcelain-like baby skin is everyone’s dream. For a shiny, lively, well-moisturized, plump skin with an even tone, we need to take a good care of our skin. The long-lasting shiny effect with eliminated wrinkles and stretched skin is one of the effects that women desire the most. The most important issue to be considered while choosing the skin care methods to be used in order to get this effect is the products’ ability to reach the lower layers of the skin. LaseMD Thilium Laser reaches the lower layers of the skin, gives a smooth skin to you, moisturizes your skin and helps you to get a perfect skin care.
What is LaseMD Thilium Laser?
Thanks to its CDS (Cosmeceutical Delivery System), LaseMD Thilium Laser application allows maximum absorption of its nutritional and regenerative contents required by the skin. It is a skin care method that ensures recovery of your skin from inside out and that has the state-of-the-art laser system. LaseMD application which has thulium laser technology of 1927 nm wavelength will make your skin look like a baby’s.
What is the difference between LaseMD Thilium Laser application and the other skin care methods?
– Shorter treatment period than the other skin care methods (approximately 10-15 minutes)
– Not requiring anesthetization,
– Providing the ideal environment for both the effect of laser and absorption by the skin of the medicine used, and accelerating inside-out recovery.
With LaseMD Thulium laser, the treatment can be safely applied to any skin type throughout the year. With the advanced mode of this skin care, it is aimed at getting an even skin tone, repairing the skin tissue and mitigating pigmentary wounds.
How is LaseMD Thilium Laser applied?
The LaseMD Thilium Laser procedure is applied in two steps. In the first step, micro canals are opened with thulium laser, depending on the patient’s needs. Created in 6,000 pieces per minute, these micro canals take skin care products to the lower layers of the skin. Then, the product, that is, LASEMD vials to be applied is identified by the specialists, depending on the skin problem. Thulium laser application takes 5-10 minutes on average.
In the second step of the LaseMD Thilium Laser application, on the other hand, the medicines specific to the patient are absorbed by the skin through those micro canals, and this product is kept in the skin for 10 minutes to be thoroughly absorbed.
For what types of skin is LaseMD Thilium Laser fit?
The persons who do not get the desired effect with the skin care and do not want to experience the recovery periods of laser treatments as well as those with wide pores and who do not want to suffer from bruises or rash after vitamin injections can use LaseMD Thilium Laser application. Serums produced specific to the CDS system are used in BabyFaceBeauty treatment. For this reason, it is entirely safe and the application has no risks.
How many sessions should LaseMD Thilium Laser applied?
LaseMD Thilium Laser procedure can be applied in 3 to 5 sessions with 1-2-week intervals, depending on the person’s skin problem. You will start to see the difference in your skin, after the first session.
What is the effect of the LaseMD Thilium Laser skin care?
LaseMD Thilium Laser removes the tiny grits in your skin and helps your face to look like a baby’s. At the same time, BabyFace skin care also diminishes your pores and minimizes the visibility of the defects in your skin. If your pores become visible particularly after make-up, you can get rid of this problem with BabyFace. As a result of BabyFace sessions, you will realize that your skin looks shinier and more energetic. You will feel your skin is much softer, when you touch your face. You will not need intense make-up, after getting BabyFace skin care.
How much does LaseMD Thilium Laser cost?
For Ministry of Health-accredited centers, it is not legal to specify prices on their website. Therefore, please dial 0212 241 46 24 to contact our polyclinic and get information on our BabyFaceBeauty prices.