Medlite: Full face, Neck, Decolletage

CallaLyn’s laser skin treatment uses Medlite ND:Yag 1064 Q Switched laser. This laser skin rejuvenation works from the inside out, reducing the wrinkles by stimulating collagen underneath the skin’s surface. It works to improve the skin’s scaffolding and structure and smoothing the lines and wrinkles. The laser skin treatment’s energy also targets the building blocks of healthy skin, stimulating new collagen growth to replenish the collagen we lose as we age.

Because energy is quickly absorbed, this laser skin treatment is extremely safe with virtually no risk of damage to the surrounding skin.  It does not burn the skin, resulting in improvements in the skin’s tone and texture.

This laser skin treatment is excellent for reducing skin pigmentation and tattoo inks or pigments. The remnants are removed by the body’s immune system.


A consultation is needed to evaluate the skin condition and determine how effective the treatment might be. Patients should not have a tan before their laser skin treatment. Numbing cream is generally not needed in the treatment of brown spots but might be applied to lessen the pain if higher intensity is to be applied. The laser directs short, quick pulses of light to specific areas of skin that is to be treated without damaging the skin around the targeted area.

Post Care Laser Skin Treatment

After the laser skin treatment, there may be a sunburn like feeling, redness, bruising and scabbing. The skin heals quickly within 3-7 days with the application of a greasy ointment such as petroleum jelly.

Result of Laser Skin Treatment

Laser skin rejuvenation with the MedLite C6 laser boosts the natural collagen production deep in the dermis. This laser skin treatment improves the appearance of enlarged pores, acne scarring, fine lines and wrinkles, discoloration and overall skin texture.

Contraindication for Laser Skin Treatment

Adverse reaction happens to very low percentage of patients however, scarring and post inflammatory usually takes place. These conditions can be treated by lightening agents.

You are not consider a good candidate for this treatment if you have the following:

  • Dermatitis or infection in the area to be treated
  • History of Keloid scarring or abnormal wound healing
  • Light triggered seizures

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