Facial Rejuventaion – Helios Laser

Starts from: ₹ 5000
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The HELIOS II laser represents a new standard for the treatment of pigmented lesions. The HELIOS II is an Nd:YAG Q-Switch fractional laser.Nd:YAG is short for neodymium-doped yttrium garnet. The HELIOS II targets chromophore or melanin and is used extensively to target pigment and pigmented lesions in the skin. Since its debut, HELIOS II has set a new benchmark for all Q-Switch Nd:YAG lasers with its patented technologies.The Helios II is the latest, upgraded Q-switch Nd-Yag laser from Laseroptek. Helios II is able to selectively destroy melanin deep inside the dermis to effectively treat severe pigmentation such as ABNOM 9 Acquired Bilateral Naevus- Of- Ota like Macule), freckles, and blemishes from trauma or acne without damaging tissues by shortening laser exposure on the skin.

Treatment Type Starts from
Laser Toneing  5,000
Carbon Peel  6,000

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Laser Toning
Laser toning gives fairness, smoothness and gets rid of pigmentation and large pores.

Laser toning is a simple procedure that results in skin rejuvenation, It evens out skin colour and brings out the brightness and fairness. It also stimulates fibroblasts that generate collagen, thus able to shrink pores and reduce wrinkles.

Laser toning has no down time and patient can have the procedure and get back to whatever they are doing.

Carbon Peel:
The Carbon Peel is great at rejuvenating the skin, reducing pores, and giving an all-around glow.

The Carbon Peel is the process of applying a light coat of carbon over the skin and then essentially removing the carbon through a burst of light perfectly fired from the laser. When the carbon is blasted off the skin, dead skin cells, makeup residue, clogged pores, oil and blackheads are removed along with it.

This leaves the skin radiant and glowing. This facial rejuvenation process is quick and painless. Because most of the energy is absorbed by the carbon, patients can expect a comfortable experience with no need for topical anesthesia and no downtime.

The benefits of Carbon Peels include reduced pore size, even skin tone, less redness, reduction in oil production, reduction of fine lines and wrinkles from collagen stimulation and glowing skin from removal of the outer dry, flakey skin. In essence, it is a superficial peel done with light and heat that can shrink pores and leave the patient with a healthy glow with zero downtime.


When do client need this treatment?
Clients with dull skin , fine wrinkles, uneven tone, pigmentation, melasma, post acne marks,

How long is the procedure?
The procedure takes about 15 minutes and you will feel light pricking sensation over the face. At the end of procedure, there may be a slight redness that will disappear over the day.

Many many sessions do I need?
Multiple sessions required about 2 to 4 weeks apart.

What can I see after laser toning?
There is brightness, glow and colour immediately. Subsequently the tone of the skin becomes lighter, with fairness of the whole face.

How long does the effect last?
The effect last for about 4 weeks.

What care do i need to take post procedure?
The client has to follow strict sun protection measures immediately post procedure for 2 weeks and continue sun protection for 6 months duration for better outcome and minimise adverse effects like post inflammatory hyperpigmentation.


*Disclaimer: Laser, Radio Frequency, Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Treatment Results Can Vary Significantly Between Patients, Risks, Potential Complications and Permanent Scars are going to be an inevitable part of any Surgical Procedure. BEFORE & AFTER photos are NOT guarantees that your results will be the same or even similar: each individual patient’s results will be different. Patient-care ethics of excellence still cannot guarantee results or a lack of complications. Complications, risks and scarring are inherent with surgical procedures. Our Surgeons & Dermatologist are also devoted to helping patients have REALISTIC expectations about what surgery or procedure can — and cannot — accomplish.