Carolina Laser & Cosmetic Center — Lovely Legs for Summer



No matter how hard we work out and how diligent we are about following healthy eating habits and steering clear of unnecessary calories and fattening foods, we will never be fully satisfied with our legs unless we take care of the spots, scars and other imperfections that keep us covered up during the warm months. Instead of sweating through another summer in long pants and skirts, let Carolina Laser & Cosmetic Center show you how easy and painless lovely legs can be!

When we think about what our ideal legs would look like, we think about muscle definition, smooth to the touch and clear skin. While exercise, skin protection like sunscreen and moisturizing are important things to do throughout our lives, many of us need a little extra help to take care of all the signs of age just simple daily care won’t ward off. Dr. Anne White of Carolina Laser & Cosmetic Center is an expert in this area and has brought that expertise as well as revolutionary techniques to her patients in the Triad. Below are some of the great ways Dr. White can improve your legs inside and out!

Sclerotherapy
Sclerotherapy is injection therapy for treating spider veins and larger surface reticular veins of the legs. It works by chemically inducing an irritation of the walls of the veins through injection of a sclerosing solution. This solution causes the veins to lessen after they pass through a healing process in which the treated veins thicken and close. In this rather simple procedure, veins are injected with a sclerosing solution, which causes them to collapse and fade from view. The procedure may also remedy the bothersome symptoms associated with spider veins, including aching, burning, swelling and night cramps.

Laser Hair Removal — The Cutera CoolGlide Difference
Shaving, tweezing, waxing and plucking are just some of the archaic tools that have been used to combat unwanted hair. While temporarily effective, these methods are very time consuming and can even result in pain, rashes, swelling, cuts and scarring. Laser hair removal offers a time-tested solution for managing unwanted hair. Men and women alike are making unwanted facial and body hair a thing of the past – thanks to the Cutera CoolGlide Xeo long pulse wave laser.

The Cutera CoolGlide was designed to be the most outstanding laser hair removal system on the market for all skin types, from light to dark. Its unique design, longer wavelength and innovative cooling allow extremely effective, safe and long lasting results.

BroadBand Light (BBL) for Age Spot Removal
BroadBand Light (BBL) technology utilizes the power of pulsed light to deliver excellent phototherapy results. By selecting the appropriate wavelength or filter, Dr. White can treat a broad range of skin conditions caused by skin aging and sun exposure. The light energy delivered by the BBL gently heats the upper layers of the skin. The heat absorbed by the targeted areas coagulates tissue to variable depth. This process helps restore the skin to its natural stage. In addition, the photothermal energy targets and eliminates many of the fine vessels that cause redness and the unwanted melanin responsible for pigmented lesions. Benefits include minimal downtime, long-lasting results, fast treatment of just 30-60 minutes for a full face with effective results possible on all body areas.

Carolina Laser & Cosmetic Center wants everyone to feel beautiful this summer and enjoy the comfortable weather and warm sun! To help make this treatment available to everyone, Carolina Laser & Cosmetic Center is offering a “Buy 2, Get 1 Free” session on all three procedures. They are also offering 20% off and a free lower leg microderm session for those who buy Anthelios 60 mattifying sunscreen and Skin TX Corrector for age spots. So, let Dr. White and her team show you how easy it can be to look your best this summer!


Carolina Laser & Cosmetic Center is conveniently located near Hanes Mall at 145 Kimel Park Drive, Suite 140, in Winston-Salem. For more information, call 336.659.2663, or visit the website at www.carolinalaser.com.


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