Wonder if the new Aerolase Neo Laser could work to rejuvenate your skin after watching Kathie Lee Gifford undergo the procedure on the Today show? If this amazing aesthetic medical laser piqued your interest, join the Synergy Spa team on Thursday for a special Laser Event.
From 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 21 at The Guyer Institute in Indianapolis, we’ll do a live demonstration of the Aerolase Neo Laser, a gentle medical laser that offers a safe, effective and tolerable treatment for all skin types, pigments and tones. We’ll be in the main Guyer Institute building located at 836 E. 86th Street.
Aerolase provides excellent treatment for a broad range of skin conditions, including:
- Wrinkle Reduction
- Sun/Age Spots
- Unwanted Pigment
- Active Acne
- Spider Veins
- Hair Removal
- Port Wine Stains
- Hair Removal, Ingrown Hair
- Psoriasis & Ulcers
- Nail Fungus
Aerolase for Skin Rejuvenation
The uniqueness of the Aerolase device changes the game entirely when it comes to a offering Synergy Spa clients a safe, pain-free way to get clearer skin and restore a natural, youthful glow. The Aerolase Neo’s 650-microsecond technology selectively targets and heats the melanin, hemoglobin and water in the skin tissue, all three of which contribute to your skin’s aging appearance.
The 650-microsecond pulse dramatically shortens the length of time your skin is exposed to laser energy, as compared to the previous long-pulsed lasers. The Aerolase pulse targets water in the dermis layer of your skin to stimulate collagen production, resulting in the reduction of fine lines, pores and tighter skin. If present, the Aerolase targets melanin and hemoglobin to minimize brown pigment, vascular lesions and suppress inflammation.
Aerolase for Acne & Rosacea
For acne problems, the Aerolase allows energy to penetrate deeply into the skin to reduce excess sebum production, suppress inflammation and destroy the p. acnes bacteria. For clients dealing with rosacea, redness and veins, the Aerolase’s energy suppresses the inflammation causing the redness and coagulates the unwanted veins and broken capillaries.
The Aerolase can be used to treat all parts of the face and body, and the laser’s handpiece never makes contact with the skin. While some patients experience a mild warming sensation during treatment, most say they feel no pain at all. A slight redness on the skin may occur, but it usually disappears in a couple of hours.
Win a Free Aerolase Treatment
Ready to give the Aerolase a try? Join us Thursday and arrive by 5:45 p.m. for a chance to win a free treatment that night, along with discounted introductory pricing offered at this event only! Seating is limited, so please RSVP by emailing Synergy Spa CEO Denise Kaler at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 317-580-1SPA.