Laser Peel San Jose
JENESIS LASER DEPIGMENTATION PEEL
Jenesis Laser Peel combines Q switched Nd Yag and Jenesis Depigmentation Peel.
It leads to a decrease in melanin synthesis and hence to a decrease in darkened skin color. Jenesis Peel has a depigmentation agent which acts by decreasing melanin from the skin. Melanin is responsible for the darkening of the skin. Jenesis Laser Depigmentation Peel is currently being used to lighten up (depigment) skin. It has the ability to inhibit an enzyme (tyrosinase) that is involved in the process of causing skin darkening (melanin). Also1064 Q-stwithed Nd Yag laser can treat the pigmentation located in deep dermal layer.
- Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation
- Age spots
- Brown Spots
- Acne Scars
Before and After Pictures
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*Individual results may vary.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
A. JENESIS LASER PEEL regulates the melanin activity, causing the melanocytes (pigment producing cells) to slow down over-production and function in a more uniform way. This is the “suppression” factor and the reason JENESIS LASER PEEL is effective.
JENESIS LASER PEEL is “sun-friendly”, an especially appreciated factor for our California lifestyle, and works well even on the darker tones of Asian, Latin American and Middle Eastern skin. JENESIS LASER PEEL will also produce a slight initial “peel” which lightly refinishes the skin surface while dramatically diminishing hyper-pigmentation
A. The initial treatment with JENESIS LASER PEEL is always done in the clinic. The first part involves evaluation of the skin type by the doctor. The cleansing of the skin is done with aqua and an acetone containing product. The cleansing removes all the dead cells and old debris.
After the skin washing, JENESIS LASER PEEL 1 is applied. The mask is left on for a total of 4-8 hours depending on your skin type. Following this, you will be allowed to go home with the mask on. After the initial application time has elapsed, the mask is removed with water and a neutral cleanser.
Immediately following the cleansing of the face, the mesoestetic Hydra-vital factor K cream is applied.
A. The second stage is the home maintenance program. It consists of the daily application of the Peel 2 cream. The cream is applied 2-3 times a day, for the first two weeks following the application of the mask, then once a day from then on. Continual daily use is recommended for the best results.
A. In most cases, the skin blemishes start to disappear within the first week after starting treatment. The darker the skin, the longer the time it takes for the spots to disappear. The skin starts to appear shiny and healthy in 2-3 weeks. In most individuals the darken spots can not be seen in 4-6 weeks.
- The skin will turn red in most individuals and may appear like a sun burn
- For those who have very sensitive skin, an itchy feeling may occur- which subsides in the next 48 hours
- Most will feel a slight burning and tightening of the skin- this is a normal feeling and part of the process. These symptoms will subside in 24-48 hours
- To limit the itchy and burning sensation, it is recommended that one apply the cream included in the JENESIS LASER PEEL package whenever necessary
After the first 48 hours, the symptoms resolve in most individual. The reddening and skin flaking is soon replaced by normal healthy skin. All the reddish spots fade over the next few days.
A. It must be known if the individual has undergone any previous treatments, especially with glycolic acid. If this is confirmed, one must wait at least a week before using JENESIS LASER PEEL.
A. The JENESIS LASER PEEL initiated at the clinic must be continued at home, on a daily basis, according to the guidelines indicated. The treatment must not be interrupted under any circumstances, during the whole time prescribed.
- breast and nipple area
- legs and hands
A. JENESIS LASER PEEL offers numerous advantages compares to the other available depigmentation products:
- it is effective in the treatment of melasma
- it is very effective in the treatment of cholasma
- the procedure is non-invasive and painless
- the results are rapid
- can be applied on all skin types, irrespective of sensitivity
- it is a very light skin peeling agent and thus has minimal side effects
- can be applied throughout the year
- effective for individuals with acne scars and red skin blemishes
- does not contain and caustic chemicals
- is safe and effective
A. The treatment is temporary and has to be repeated to maintain the benefits. This can be costly but is cheaper than most other surgical procedures.
A. In 99% of the cases, the disappearance of the blemishes improves by 95%.
Just one week after starting the JENESIS LASER PEEL most individuals will see a significant improvement in their skin color, tone and texture. New luminous and healthy skin will appear in 3-6 weeks.
A. No, peeling agents generally use acids to remove unwanted skin. Peeling agents have more side effects and can cause prolonged discomfort. JENESIS LASER PEEL is a depigmetation agent which inhibits the skin from forming melanin, a chemical which darkens skin. JENESIS LASER PEEL is a very light peeling agent. The treatment is also painless unlike skin peeling agents.
A. Nothing much if one misses an occasional day. However, the product is very versatile and can be incorporated into one’s life style. It is not recommended that the JENESIS LASER PEEL be discontinued for long periods-otherwise the skin blemishes will return.
A. Yes, JENESIS LASER PEEL can be used year round.
A. Yes, unfortunately JENESIS LASER PEEL is only a temporary solution. In order to avoid skin blemishes from returning, it is necessary to apply Cosmelan regularly. When Cosmelan is not used, a sun block should be applied.
A. Follow up visits are recommended 2-4 weeks after the beginning of treatment, and monthly after, for a period of 3-6 months. Other follow up are on an as-needed basis.