Harmony® Photorejuvenation

Harmony Photo rejuvenation combines multiple laser treatments to address the key concerns of individual clients’ skin: pigmentation, texture, tone and tightening. Approved by the FDA, these advanced technologies provide our clients with the most safe and effective treatments available.

Core components of a Harmony Photo rejuvenation therapy includes Pixel Laser Skin Resurfacing, which restores healthy, youthful skin texture and tone with increased comfort and less downtime compared to Fraxel.®  The AFT Skin Rejuvenation uses Advanced Fluorescence Technology to deliver safe and effective treatments on sun/age spots

Laser Hair Removal

Removing unwanted body hair is a constantly troubling process for many men and women. Patients who are tired of the temporary, painful methods of removing hair from the face, back, legs or other body areas may benefit from laser hair removal.

Laser hair removal is a cosmetic procedure used to remove unwanted body hair with intense pulsed laser energy. This minimally invasive procedure removes hair through a series of treatments while leaving the surrounding skin and tissue unharmed. Through this safe and convenient procedure, patients can enjoy long-term hair removal from nearly any area of their body.

Laser hair removal is most commonly performed on the face, upper lip, neck, chest, underarms, back, abdomen, bikini line and legs, although it can be performed on virtually any area with excess hair growth. It is most successful on patients with dark brown to black hair and fair skin.

Laser Tattoo Removal

Many people have second thoughts about their tattoos. Fortunately, you don’t have to live with your decision forever. Highly precise lasers can lighten or remove your tattoo by focusing or pulsing light on the ink particles, which then convert the energy to heat and break up into tiny pieces that are absorbed harmlessly by the body. All this can be accomplished without damaging the surrounding tissue. Results can generally be seen within a few weeks, although larger and darker tattoos may require more treatments than smaller, lighter ones. Occasionally treated skin will look whiter (paler) than the skin around it, but this is usually temporary and fades in the months following treatment.