Reducing wrinkles, sun damage & facial veins
ThreeForMe is a quick and easy 30-minute laser treatment that reduces three common skin concerns – wrinkles, sun damage & facial veins – all at the same time. The results are bright, younger-looking skin!
Effective treatment for
- Age spots
- Sun spots
- Spider veins
The face can be treated with ThreeForMe.
ThreeForMe treatments can show you visable results after each treatment. Brown spots have improved and disappeared as low as 1-3 weeks.
Length of treatment
ThreeForMe is a quick 30-minute treatment. 1-3 procedures at one-month intervals.
For 24-48 hrs after your treatment, you should avoid all sun exposure.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How does ThreeForMe work?
ThreeForMe laser treatment is a gentle, non-invasive procedure that has very minimal downtime. The treatment has two steps or “passes” and is an exclusive treatment to the clinically proven Icon™ laser.
The first pass treats discoloration and facial vessels using IPL (Intense Pulsed Light). This first step treats:
- sun damage; freckles, brown spots and age spots
- veins; broken blood vessels, facial veins and rosacea
The second pass will use a “microbeam” laser technology that gently renews the skin by generating collagen and elastin—keys to the support structure of our skin. This second step improves:
- fine lines
- other surface imperfections
What does the treatment feel like?
During: most people feel only minimal discomfort during the treatment.
After: you may experience some minor redness and swelling similar to a mild sunburn.
How many treatments will I need?
A typical course of treatment involves 1-3 procedures at one-month intervals. However, everyone’s skin conditions are different so our physician will customize the treatment for optimal results on your skin which we will discuss at the time of your complimentary consultation.
As for downtime after a treatment, typically, you can resume regular daily activities the same day as your treatment although due to some redness and swelling you may experience a day or two of “social downtime”.