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作者: Tiviya Kumar|2024年3月6日

Ever spend so much time looking at the mirror and obsessing over your wrinkles? Well you are not alone. Irrespective of your medical history, genetics or skin type, every ageing human will get wrinkles in their lifetime. As the body ages, the skin tightness will reduce. This is also a result of lower collagen production. Hence why it is very important to make sure that you take a collagen supplement. But if you cannot, is there another alternative to make wrinkles go away? Yes, there is! Laser treatments have shown to be an effective and efficient way to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. Laser skin resurfacing work can also heal sun damaged skin, sagging skin, active acne and other skin concerns too! You can also scroll down to the end of this article to read the frequently asked questions to understand better about laser treatments. But first, let’s dive deeper to understand the biology behind wrinkles and how it is formed on our skin.


What are Wrinkles and What Causes Them?

Wrinkles are a natural sign of ageing. They form when the skin loses its elasticity and begins to thin. This happens because the body produces less collagen, which is responsible for keeping the skin firm and elastic.

However, collagen production isn’t the only factor that causes wrinkle formation. Studies show that wrinkles form faster when the skin has too much sun exposure. It could be worse if you do not use SPF. Wrinkles and fine lines also could be a result of smoking long term as it affects overall human health.

The Seven Types of Wrinkles

Whether you have dark skin tone or light skin tone, these wrinkles are inevitable. Knowing the different types of wrinkles will help you understand which type of laser procedure your skin needs.

According to Healthline, there are seven types of wrinkles:

1.Forehead lines

These are horizontal lines that run across the top of the T-zone.

2.Worry lines

This is the “eleven” between the eyebrow area


This forms between the nasal bridge and the eyes; looking like the shape of a bunny.

4.Crow's feet

This one is quite popular as it is visible around the edges of the eyes.

5.Laugh lines

This is also known as nasolabial folds. It creates moderately deep lines around the upper lip region.

6.Lip lines

These appear as vertical hatches around the mouth's edge.

7.Marionette lines

This type of wrinkle frames the chin vertically causing the cheeks to drop and jowl wrinkles to form.

There are two categories of wrinkles:

1.Dynamic wrinkles

These appear as a result of constant facial movement. For instance, you might develop lip wrinkles if you constantly pucker your lips over a straw.

2.Static wrinkles

These develop as a result of gravity's control over the skin and a lack of suppleness. Jowl wrinkles are static wrinkles.

Over time, dynamic wrinkles may transform into static ones. When our cheeks lose their plumpness and begin to somewhat decline as we get older, for instance, fine smile lines change into more noticeable nasolabial folds.



How Can Laser Treatment Help Get Rid of Wrinkles?

If you have been for laser treatments, you are aware that laser facials are an effective way to get rid of wrinkles. Laser treatment does not only help with wrinkles, it can also reduce the appearance of acne scars and many more.


How Does Laser Skin Resurfacing Technology Work?

The laser energy helps to stimulate the production of collagen, which in turn helps to firm up the skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. In addition, the intense pulsed light also helps to remove any blemishes or pigmentation irregularities on the skin, leaving it looking smoother and more youthful.

What is Involved in Skin Resurfacing?

It typically includes skin preparation prior to treatment. This can include sunscreen use, topical retinoid or topical lightening. It also reduces the risk of pigmented scarring, which can include ageing skin and ageing.

It generally requires analgesics/anaesthesia and the level of the necessary anaesthesia depends upon the depth of the treatment area of resurfacing. The dosages can be as low as numbing cream and sedating by intravenously injecting a local anaesthesia.

The healing period after a skin repair typically lasts between days and weeks.



What is the Difference between Laser Skin Resurfacing and Non-Laser Resurfacing?

Laser treatments penetrate deep under the skin using heated air vapours that evaporate skin tissue and remove the surface layers. After evaporation, skin tissue produces new collagen production, which improves texture, tightness, and coloration. Laser treatment varies depending on the application.

However, non laser resurfacing treatments use chemical substances in facial makeup to resurface. Chemical peels are more popular as the risks are lesser.


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How are Skin Resurfacing Treatments Performed?

Skin rejuvenation has several effects. Basically every technique involves removing skin layers by using dermal laser, electrolysis peel, plasma and mechanical means. The procedure typically leads to dramatic changes to the skin, wrinkling, texture, tightness and pigmentation, and requires time to return for the treatment.

Generally speaking, a procedure that requires more arduous actions has greater downtime. Using specialised fractional laser technology the technology was able to break the rules and achieve higher quality results.



What are the Benefits of Laser Facials for Wrinkles?

When we exchange conversations with our clients, most of them are more than happy to opt for a laser skin resurfacing treatment option as it solves their lifetime worry and insecurity.

However, many of them also mentioned that it was a struggle to find experienced therapists or credible plastic surgeons to perform this procedure. Laser resurfacing procedures must only be conducted by professionals.

Here are some of the benefits of opting for a laser skin resurfacing treatment:

1. Reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

Fine lines and wrinkles appear as we age. Laser skin resurfacing is an excellent treatment for lines around the mouth and eyes. By reducing the appearance of these signs of ageing, you will not only appear younger, but your skin will also appear healthier and smoother.

Our Ultra V Lift Pro 2nd generation laser skin resurfacing treatment will help for this type of skin concern. This treatment is a non surgical instant face lift that uses medical grade ultrasound to stimulate the regeneration and regrouping of collagen within the dermis.

2. Reduces the appearance of brown spots, redness, or discoloration on the skin

Spots and discoloration can be caused by sun exposure, ageing, or problems with skin pigmentation. Some patients choose to have unwanted freckles removed as well. After removing brown spots and correcting skin pigmentation, you'll have more even, balanced skin tone.

Note: It’s a myth that people with darker skin tones should not opt for laser skin resurfacing as it does not work. This is however untrue because we have clients ranging from darker skin tones all the way up to light skin types.

To get this benefit, you can try out our P9 Pico Laser treatment. This works to reduce the appearance of pigmentation such as blemishes, melasma, freckles, sun damage spots, age spots, and more. The shattered melanins will be naturally removed by metabolism. After 3-6 sessions, you should see visible results.

3. Tighten the skin and promote collagen production

As you get older, your skin loses elasticity and begins to deteriorate. Gravity works against you by pulling everything down, and your skin no longer bounces back like it used to.

Laser skin resurfacing can improve skin tone, stimulate collagen production in treated areas, and increase collagen absorption in surrounding untreated areas. Firmer, younger-looking results are visible right away and continue to improve over time.

We suggest our ACP 5th Generation Lifting Treatment for more collagen production. ACP Lifting uses high-performance radio frequency (RF) energy to firm the skin. New skin cells will regenerate; resulting in a more youthful appearance.

4. Acne scars, traumatic scars, and surgical scars can all be improved

Acne scars can be hard to manage and conceal. Some people suffer from acne well into adult years, resulting in discoloured and uneven skin. Scars from fatalities or surgeries can also affect your appearance and self-esteem.

While actual numbers will vary, laser skin resurfacing is an excellent method for minimising scars and reducing their visibility. In some cases, scars can be completely removed.

To treat your acne problem, we suggest you give our Acne Scarring Treatment a chance. The Acne Scarring Treatment uses a 1064 nm wavelength laser to target melanin precisely, breaking down large melanin into smaller particles and eventually shattering them.

5. Reduce the visibility of prominent blood vessels

Exposure to light, contact dermatitis, or other factors such as hormones or alcoholism could all cause prominent blood vessels, also known as broken capillaries or spider veins. Spider veins are frequently removed in one or two sessions.

6. Pores that are enlarged should be reduced in size

The two main causes of enlarged pores are genetics and age. Large pores make your skin uneven and bumpy, making you feel self-conscious when you're up close to others. Laser resurfacing treatment can make enlarged pores appear much smaller, resulting in smoother, more even skin. In general, the effects are long-lasting.

If you have enlarged pores due to acne, you can try our Signature Acne Treatment. This treatment option also can reduce enlarged oil glands, resulting in lesser acne.


The Final Takeaway

Medical technology advancements have been proven so useful in the beauty world. Laser technology has such a wide spectrum that it can reduce the appearance of wrinkles all the way up to closing a surgical wound. This is just the beginning as many researchers are still finding more non-invasive and pain free treatments for people to experience.

Back when this laser resurfacing or other treatments were not available, people resorted to non laser skin resurfacing methods like chemical peels. While that is still a great way to heal skin concerns, the use of laser skin resurfacing has proven to show more effective results.

Perfect Laser Clinics have done over 13 million treatments in the past 18 years in over 50+ clinics worldwide. Our vision is to make sure clients get their desired results without having to go under the knife, as much as possible.

Try our Ultra V Lift Pro 2nd generation for wrinkle and fine lines removal now. You will experience overall skin rejuvenation which results in a more youthful appearance. Contact us to book a complimentary consultation to find a treatment that suits your skin health needs!


Is the Ultra V Lift Pro 2nd a safe product? How long does recovery from treatment take? Is there anything I should be cautious of?

The treatment is completely risk-free. Because the Ultra V Lift Pro 2nd is a non-invasive procedure, there is no wound to heal, which means no recovery time is required. Please, however, avoid direct sun exposure and high-temperature environments as a precaution. Before going outside, apply SPF 30+ sunscreen. Frequently moisturise your skin. Furthermore, please avoid skin care products that can irritate the skin for a period of time, such as acids, scrubs, exfoliation, and whitening products.

What age group is this treatment appropriate for?

The Ultra V Lift Pro 2nd is appropriate for people of all ages. Even young people can develop loose skin as a result of genetics or daily habits. This treatment, however, is best for people who have signs of ageing such as wrinkles, fine lines, or sagging skin. A consultation with one of our skin specialists is recommended prior to treatment to ensure suitability.

Can I do laser skin resurfacing if I am pregnant?

It is not safe to do laser skin resurfacing if you are pregnant. Laser skin resurfacing is a cosmetic procedure that uses lasers to remove the top layer of skin. It is usually used to improve the appearance of scars, wrinkles, or blemishes.The lasers used in laser skin resurfacing can be harmful to unborn babies, so it is not safe to do this procedure if you are pregnant. There have been reports of women who have had laser skin resurfacing while pregnant experiencing problems with their pregnancies, such as miscarriage or birth defects.


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