Laser Rejuvenation

Laser skin Rejuvenation is bringing your skin back to life, balancing pH levels, oil balance, dryness control, and soft and gentle skin. This is best achieved with “Laser” indeed. It enhances the appearance and texture of the skin.

The stresses and strains of life reflect on the skin readily. With stressful lifestyle, poor sleeping patterns, and eating habits, smoking and cumulative sun exposure, hormonal changes, pollution and oxidative stress the skin changes to a dull, sallow, lifeless appearance. With age-related changes, there is a loss of moisture, texture and glow making one look tired and haggard looking. Rejuvenation procedures involve restoring the hydration and glow tone and texture and youthful look through tailor-made prescriptions.

Addition of technology through skilled expertise can be embarked upon in situations where interventions are required.

At our centre the common interventions for rejuvenation of the skin employed are microdermabrasion, chemical peels, dermaroller, laser rejuvenation and resurfacing, fillers, botox, transepidermal electroporation, etc either in combination or in the rotation to achieve the desired result of a soft smooth lighter and more youthful skin appearance for both genders alike.
The centre offers a custom-made plan for your facial rejuvenation with prior consultation to achieve your rejuvenation goals.

How is it performed?

Laser skin rejuvenation is a skin resurfacing procedure that uses a laser to improve the appearance of sun-damaged skin, acne, chickenpox, or injury scars, or to treat minor facial flaws.

Possible Side effects

If any, the following side effects are observed,

  • Itching, 
  • swelling, 
  • redness, 
  • acne, 
  • infection, 
  • changes in skin color, 
  • scarring, 
  • lower eyelids turning outward (ectropion), 


  • Avoid unprotected sun exposure. 
  • Regularly clean the treated area with water, saline, or acetic acid and apply thick, protective ointments. 
  • Strenuous activities can usually be resumed after one or two weeks. 
  • Cosmetics can be used to conceal any redness.