A photofacial is a noninvasive light based procedure that rejuvenates the skin and improves skin texture. This popular procedure treats a wide range of skin complexion issues including rosacea, facial redness, fine lines, sun damage, sun spots, uneven skin tone, wrinkles, large pores, scars, and much more. Photofacial treatment is the best solution for men and women alike who want to boost their complexion or fade signs of aging. Photofacial treatment cost is dependent on the area of the body treated, check out our pricing page to learn more!

How does a Photofacial work?

During treatment, our Astanza ReSmooth laser evenly distributes laser light safely onto the desired treatment area. The light energy seeps into the skin and stimulates the body’s natural healing process. This leads to a natural skin remodeling process that promotes collagen growth, successfully reducing superficial wrinkles and evening out your skin’s appearance.

Which body areas can you treat?

Contrary to popular belief, Photofacial treatment is not limited to the face. In fact, Photofacials can be performed on all parts of the body and are most commonly used on the neck, chest, and hands. Body areas that receive the most sun exposure and are more prone to form unsightly blemishes are the best areas to receive Photofacial treatment.

How many treatments will I need?

Majority patients see great results after just one treatment. However, depending on the severity and amount of blemishes you wish to treat, patients may need multiple sessions for optimal results.

How long are treatment sessions?

Photofacial treatment at Evolution Laser Studio is fast and effective. Depending on the size or number of areas being treated in a single session, Photofacials can last anywhere from 1 to 30 minutes. Small blemishes on the hand may take a few minutes whereas a full face and neck treatment would take much longer.

Is there a long recovery period?

Absolutely not! Photofacial treatment requires little to no downtime. Patients may experience slight swelling and redness immediately following treatment and sun spots may darken at first, however, these will all fade shortly after. Patients should apply a gentle moisturizer and high SPF sunscreen to ensure great results.