CO2RE Co2 Fractional Facial


Resurfaced Skin, Restored Confidence

The CO2RE System is a fractional CO2 laser that is highly versatile and designed to treat more than 100 types indications across 10 medical specialties including dermatology, plastic surgery, and gynecology. With precision, this system efficiently treats the skin’s surface, middle, and deep dermal layers in addition to preforming traditional CO2 resurfacing.

This amazing, non-surgical alternative can accomplish excision, incision, ablation, coagulation, and resurfacing of soft tissue. While correcting your indictions, this system will all enhance coagulation, encouraging the new production of collagen and healthy new skin cells. This treatment will leave your skin texture smooth, tone enhanced, and restore your skin confidence to the fullest.

The Benefits

Fine lines and wrinkles are a product of aging. Lines around the mouth and eyes are great targets for CO2 laser skin treatment. By softening these tell-tale signs of aging, you’ll not only look younger, but your skin will look healthier and smoother.

Past skin trauma can leave dramatic, distinctive scars. These scars can be easily corrected with CO2 laser treatment resulting in smooth, healthy, scar-free skin.

The CO2 laser is not only capable of resurfacing skin but also correcting skin discoloration like the effects of sun and other areas needing corrected pigmentation. By correcting these discolorations, your glowing skin will have enhanced tone and a healthier, younger look and feel.

While collagen is normally lost as we age, and even stops producing once we reach a certain age, the CO2 laser will encourage neocollagenesis, which is the making of new collagen in your skin. This not only significantly reduced wrinkles and sagging skin, it restores natural, younger health in your skin.

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Indications for Treatment:

  • Wrinkles/Signs of Aging in the Skin
  • Acne Scars
  • Surgical Scars
  • Mohs Surgical Scars
  • Burn Scars
  • Preocular and Full Face Resurfacing
  • Skin Resurfacing
  • Pigmentation
  • Small Skin Tumors
  • Basal and Squamous Call Carcinoma
  • Rhinopehyma Reduction
  • Lichen Sclerosis