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Pigmentation & Rosacea


The Fotona SP Dynamis treatment has shown promising results in addressing rosacea, a common skin condition characterized by redness, visible blood vessels, and inflammation on the face. This non-invasive procedure utilizes the Fotona Nd:YAG to target various aspects of rosacea and promote overall skin health.

The Nd:YAG laser is utilized to target the underlying blood vessels responsible for the visible redness and flushing associated with rosacea. The laser energy is absorbed by the blood vessels, causing them to coagulate and shrink. This process reduces the redness and calms the inflammation, resulting in a more even skin tone and a reduction in rosacea symptoms.

The Fotona SP Dynamis treatment is generally well-tolerated and requires little to no downtime. Most individuals experience mild redness and swelling immediately after the procedure, which typically subsides within a few hours. To achieve optimal results, a series of treatment sessions may be recommended, depending on the severity of the rosacea.


During our consultation we can assess your individual skin concerns and determine if this laser therapy is the right option for you.


The Fotona ND Yag treatment is used to address various pigmentation concerns on the skin. This non-invasive procedure utilizes a 1064 nm wavelength to target and break down excess melanin, which is responsible for pigmentation issues such as sunspots and age spots. 

The procedure is typically well-tolerated, and patients may experience mild discomfort, which is often described as a warming sensation. There is little to no downtime associated with Fotona ND Yag treatment, allowing individuals to resume their normal activities immediately after the session.

For optimal results, a series of treatment sessions may be recommended, depending on the severity of the pigmentation. A combination of treatments may also be recommended to promote your best outcome.

It is essential to protect the skin from sun exposure before and after the treatment, as sun exposure can exacerbate pigmentation issues. We always recommend using sunscreen daily, with a minimum SPF of 30. 

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