The company helps remove sun spots, utilizing state-of-the-art Quanta laser, which leaves the skin smoother and younger-looking
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- One Laser Sun-Spot Removal Treatment for One Area: Up to 10 Spots
- One Laser Sun-Spot Removal Treatment for Two Areas: Up to 15 Spots
Sun-spot removal is designed to treat the damaged cells that have fallen victim to harmful UV rays and abuse from the environment, congealing on the surface of the skin and causing dark spots to appear. Spots can be entirely removed within 1–3 treatments. After a consultation, a practitioner examines the treatment area and covers possible risk or side effects depending on skin or spot type. A Q-switched Nd:YAG laser (1064 nm), which can be interchanged with a wavelength of 532 and 694 nm, is used to identify the target pigment and fragment the melanin cells. This mild procedure can be completed in as little as 15 minutes to an hour, depending on how many spots are being treated. Topical numbing medication is available, but generally not required because a cryo-cooling system is used for comfort. The treated areas can appear darker for 7-14 days before the melanin particles peel or slough off, leaving clients with youthful and rejuvenated skin. Speak to the practitioner at the session for proper post-treatment care.
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About The New Canvas
Inside the meticulously cleaned facility, equipped with training from celebrity laser specialist Victor Byers, the technicians at The New Canvas specialize in Laser Tattoo Removal, Laser Teeth Whitening, and Advanced Skin Therapy Services. Though they custom tailor each treatment plan, the centerpiece of their arsenal is always the Quanta DNA Q+C+T laser. The instrument, which can be switched between different wavelengths suited for each treatment to shatter pigment molecules. Once broken down, the particles are dissolved naturally by the body's lymphatic system. The team also runs a Zimmer Cryo 6 cooling system during each treatment, which, like riding in a convertible filled with snowmen, cools the skin with gusts of chilled air.