Mechanism of action: The complex effect of a carbon dioxide beam (it not only removes the treated area, but also seals small blood vessels), without affecting the adjacent areas of healthy skin. The CO2-laser is combined with the application of a regenerative adhesive plaster impregnated with a multicomponent composition (includes thrombin, antiseptics, etc.) after the procedure, ensuring the speedy healing of wounds without scars and scars.
CO2 - LASER
CO2-LASER IS A MODERN METHOD OF REMOVING AGE SPOTS AND BENIGN SKIN NEOPLASMS.
INDICATIONS FOR THE PROCEDURE:
Various benign skin neoplasms (warts, papillomas, keratomas, molluscum contagiosum, angiomas, nevi)
Pigmented spots of various etiologies
CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR THE PROCEDURE:
Acute infectious diseases
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CARE AFTER THE PROCEDURE:
After removing the adhesive plasters, hyperemic spots often remain at the sites of laser treatment, which disappear on their own within 2-6 months.
With individual peculiarities of the skin type, secondary hyperpigmentation is possible at the sites of treatment, which independently passes within 8 – 12 months, does not require treatment or other additional intervention
Do not remove or wet the adhesive plaster for 7 – 14 days
Do not use scrubs, hard washcloths for 2 weeks
Avoid skin contact with direct sunlight for 2-3 months
Use sunscreen (SPF at least 40!)
Do not visit the bathhouse, sauna, solarium, do not take a hot shower for one month