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CO2 Laser

Our high-powered fractional CO2 laser resurfaces skin from the epidermis with precision and control. This treatment removes aged and damaged skin, allowing the body to replace damaged skin with new, healthy cells, producing dramatic results in just one session. This laser also contracts existing collagen, firming up the skin while boosting new collagen production.

Areas Targeted

  • Fine lines and wrinkles

  • Acne and other scars

  • Stretch marks

  • Uneven skin texture

  • Crepey skin

  • Sun-damaged skin


Package options are available.

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The Treatment

Appointment Preparation

  • Please remember you will need to apply numbing cream 1 hour before your appointment. You can pick up the numbing cream anytime before your appointment to apply at home, or you can apply it at the spa.

  • Avoid sun exposure (apply sunscreen daily and do not tan at all – including self-tanner) for 4 to 6 weeks before and after treatments.

  • Do not use any retinol products (or products containing tretinoin) or exfoliants on the area to be treated for one week.

  • Avoid Accutane (or isotretinoin products) for 6 months before your treatment.

  • Please let us know if you have a history of fever blisters. We can provide you with a prescription for prophylactic antiviral therapy to start on the day of the treatment to prevent a flare-up of cold sores.

Your Appointment 

Appointments will vary in length depending on the areas treated, typically lasting 30 to 60 minutes. Patients must apply numbing cream one hour in advance.


The Results

Results are immediate and progressive. Optimal improvement is usually visible in two to three months, with continued improvement for up to six months as cellular rejuvenation continues to take place. This treatment can be done annually as maintenance for continued skin vitality. Anticipate a social “downtime” of 2-5 days before any redness and swelling starts to subside.

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Before & After

CO2 Laser, hip, cheek, cheek

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