If you’re like most of us, you procrastinate. So although you’ve been thinking about the high school reunion or your daughter’s wedding for months now, you’re just now getting around to making an appointment for a skin care procedure to look your best for the event! But what procedures can you do right before an event? Many leave your face red and patients need a recovery period.
Clear + Brilliant
The Clear + Brilliant Laser treatment is ideal for patients who have mild to moderate complexion issues. If you are seeking more dramatic corrections, you may want to seek out a more aggressive laser treatment. The ideal Clear + Brilliant Laser candidate is someone who has always taken good care of their skin and doesn’t have time for more invasive or intensive procedures. If you just need a small boost a few days before an event, Clear + Brilliant is a great procedure.
Benefits of Clear + Brilliant
- Minimizes pore size
- Smooths texture
- Removes brown spots
- Makes the skin look rejuvenated and fresh
- Safe for all skin types
During a Clear + Brilliant procedure, a laser makes tiny injuries in the skin. These micro-injuries force the skin to heal itself, boosting collagen production and generating clear, healthy skin. Though we don’t recommend doing this the day of or the day before an event (best to schedule it for 1-3 days before), you can go back to work after the treatment and your skin will appear normal.
Results can be seen in as little as a few days after treatment and can last for several months. A series of 6 sessions is recommended for most patients although the number of sessions recommends can vary depending on the amount of damage to be reversed. People can schedule Clear + Brilliant Laser for routine maintenance. Often, Clear + Brilliant laser sessions are scheduled following Fraxel resurfacing to maintain results, as Clear + Brilliant is better tolerated with less downtime.
If you’d like to learn more about our Clear + Brilliant Laser treatments, please fill out the form on this page or call (562) 997-1144.