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Laser Facial / Vascular

Updated: Jan 20


Signature 5D Laser Facial corrects (moisture, melanin, hemoglobin, collagen, fat)

At Vidanta Laser Spa, our Elite iQ is a high power, 30A Nd:YAG and Alexandrite system capable of performing a wide variety of treatments. From laser hair removal to vascular, vein removal, sun damage, and Skin tightening as stand alone treatments, or try our signature 5D laser face lift.

Restore your youthful glow and achieve the V-shape face of your dreams with our signature Cynosure Elite IQ™ 5D laser treatment, an all-in-one long pulse laser treatment that targets all 5 layers of the face.

Due to its versatility, Cynosure Elite IQ™ 5D Laser Lifting is suitable for men and women who wish to stimulate natural collagen production and have tighter, brighter skin. Cynosure Elite IQ™ 5D is a device that uses dual wavelength and multi group pulses to reach deep layers of the skin.

Its unique dual wavelength technology heats 5 substances under the skin (moisture, melanin, hemoglobin, collagen, fat) simultaneously to improve the contour of the face and regenerate collagen, keeping the skin young for a long time.

What Do our Laser facial Treatment Address?

-Acne and Scarring

-Collagen Loss

-Skin Tightening


-Pigmented Lesions

-Psoriasis Rosacea

-Stretch Marks

-Sun Damage


-Wrinkles and Fine Lines


Brown spot correction:

What are pigmented lesions?

Pigmentation is the color in your skin produced by melanin, a natural pigment that also determines eye and hair color. However, if too much melanin is produced in one area, the result is a brown patch on your skin. Too much melanin can result from:

  • Sun exposure

  • Aging

  • Heredity or congenital factors Common pigmented lesions include:

  • Age Spots or “Liver” Spots

Smaller darkened patches usually on older adults who have been exposed to the sun for many years. These spots can be seen on the face, forearms and backs of hands.

Post-inflammatory Hyper-Pigmentation:

This type of hyper-pigmentation results from any inflammatory injury or trauma to the skin. For example, acne often leaves dark discoloration after a blemish heals. Rashes like psoriasis and eczema often darken the skin as well. Pigmented lesions can vary in size, shape and depth. Some are no bigger than a fingertip or even a pinhead, while others may be as large as a hand and occur in conspicuous places such as the face, neck or arms. They can be either raised or flat and are usually a cosmetic rather than a medical concern. However, all pigmented lesions need to be looked at prior to treatment to confirm. During your consultation we will determine if your pigmented lesions are safe to treat.

How It Works What is laser treatment for pigment?

Laser treatments use short, safe bursts of light to target and treat specific skin conditions. Today’s lasers are very sophisticated and carefully deliver the appropriate amount of energy for your specific skin. Our lasers are specifically designed to target the excessive pigmented cells producing the unwanted spot. They provide a treatment that’s fast, easy and well-tolerated. It can make your skin look younger by removing age spots, sunspots, uneven pigmentation, diffuse redness and by stimulating collagen production thus improving your skin texture. How does laser treatment work? Our lasers deliver precise amounts of energy to effectively treat unwanted pigment and improve sun-damaged skin. The laser handpiece is placed over the skin where the brown spot or other pigmentation sits, and a bright flash of light is released. This light is absorbed by the pigment in sunspots and converted to heat. The heat damages the cells that created the pigment and cause your body to naturally dispose of this tissue while creating new, healthy tissue.

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