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Medlite C6 NdYAG Laser For Pores & Texture

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Medlite C6 NdYAG Laser For Pores & Texture

For many of us, those little holes on our faces known as pores are little more than an unsightly nuisance. But aside from blemishing our complexions, they do serve a purpose: pores house a hair follicle and sebaceous gland and serve as a gateway for sebum, our skin’s natural oil. “A pore is just a route or a channel for these things to reach the skin’s surface,” say our Nexus doctors.

While the size of our pores is largely determined by genetics, some pores tend to be bigger than others because of the size of the hair follicle and oil gland. Poor hygiene and the resulting dirt, oil and dead skin cells that often build up can also make pores look bigger. “Pores are generally clogged with sebum and dead skin cells, which naturally slough off from the side of the pore,” claim our doctors from Nexus Clinic. “If a pore becomes clogged, that will temporarily stretch the pore and make it more apparent.”

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FAQ & Questions.

Here are some Frequently Asked Questions by you, answered by our doctors.

The Medlite C6 laser emits high energy light towards the affected area, destroying unwanted skin cells which then allows skin to generate new cells to replace the old ones. In q-Switch mode, the laser produces two wavelengths; one being 1,064nm and the second being 532nm which is useful to address skin lesions. The laser is able to penetrate deeply without injuring the top layer of skin and also triggers the production of collagen and vital proteins which are essential for healthy and youthful skin.

It is a relatively painless and quick treatment that is suitable for all types of skin. Helping to CLOSE THE PORES AND EVEN OUT THE TEXTURE OF YOUR SKIN, IT ALSO lightenS the tone of your skin. This laser procedure will also improve its complexion, resulting in fairer and smoother skin. The Medlite C6 laser is also approved by the FDA to treat a variety of skin disorders, ensuring it is safe.

This treatment may not be suitable if:

  • You have been prescribed Roaccutane in the last 6 months
  • The treatment area is infected or has dermatitis
  • Pregnant
  • You have experienced abnormal wound healing or keloid scarring
  • You are using light sensitising medication
  • Prone to seizures triggered by light

No downtime is required for this treatment and you can resume your daily routine immediately after your session. In addition, there is no swelling, scarring or bruising, nor any major side effects associated with this treatment. Your skin may experience some mild redness but this is temporary and should subside in 30 minutes.

Results will gradually improve after a period of several months, with a noticeable improvement after each session. Most individuals are recommended a treatment cycle of 6 sessions spaced 2 weeks apart, but this may vary depending on your skin condition.