Sciton Laser Resurfacing to the Perioral and Glabella Areas - Middleton, WI
- updated 2 months ago
At 61, this procedure was done when I had...
- 16 Oct 2013
- 8 months post
Happy with results!
- 25 Oct 2013
- 8 months post
I am very light skinned, Irish/Dutch, so I did have redness for several months and was challenged to get it covered evenly as, if I used a regular foundation, it stuck in my pores and looked bad. I finally came up with a routine. Jane Iredale cover up, then a blotting powder, Laura Geller was my fav but Neutorgena makes a fair one and a lot less expensive. It is clear, not translucent and is great for mature skin as it conceals creases and pores, doesn't settle in them. You need to blot it on, don't rub it in as most powders.
I still have a little wrinkling in those areas yet so will be having Dr Marcus touch up those areas again in early January. Yes, just as deep to really be effective but probably not as wide an area. Hopefully it will not be quite as challenging to cover, but if it is I know what to do, again.
I have a friend that had sun damaged crepey skin. She had Dr Marcus also. After her first treatment it was as if a mask had been removed form her face. It was smooth and clear! She did still have some deep wrinkles around the eyes and mouth and had a couple more treatments that really did address them a lot.
Dr Marcus has done a lot of treatments with the laser and is well versed in what needs to be done to get the outcome you want. I highly recommend him.
Dr Marcus has had a lot of experience with the laser for line and wrinkle removal and skin resurfacing. If he doesn't think it is an appropriate treatment he will tell you. He doesn't sell you something that will not deliver the outcome you are hoping for. Lasers are good, but they can't fix all lines and wrinkles. He also said it can take several treatments to get the outcome you want. Mine are better than the first time, but I do need it done again and I'm going back to Dr Marcus because I trust him.