Laser For Male Mid 20sto Rejuvenate Skin?

what kind of lasers are good for someone in there mid 20s who is a male. i use spf everyday, and all the retinol and aha and bha products. i just feel that dont work as good or the efect doesnt last as good as tehy used to when i was younger. what lasers can i have to rejuvanate my skin. i dont like the thought of chemical peels and would like some advice on lasers that basically work similarly that can improve a dull complexion and brighten up the skin.

Doctor Answers 2

Clear + Brilliant Laser or IPL

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The Clear + Brilliant laser (SOLTA) offers fractional resurfacing with minimal downtime. This laser will, as the name implies, brighten and improve skin's complexion by stimulation of collagen. The Permea handpick for this device can also help to lighten dark spots and even out complexion. Similarly, IPL treatments can improve skin pigmentation and clarity with minimal downtime. It's important, in both cases, that you continue regular use of SPF and quality home care products to prevent further damage. 


Scottsdale Family Physician

IPL for males

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Intense Pulse Light is a good option to brighten up the facial skin. However, you need to stop RetinA before you can undergo that treatment. You also have to make sure you are not of darker skin color, don't have seizure disorder and are not taking the following meds;

Accutane, Tetracycline or St. Johns Wort

 

Regards

Dr. J

 

Disclaimer: This answer is not intended to give a medical opinion and does not substitute for medical advice. The information presented in this posting is for patients’ education only. As always, I encourage you to see your personal physician for further evaluation of your individual case.

Tanveer Janjua, MD
Bedminster Facial Plastic Surgeon
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