Genesis Skin Rejuvenation

What is Genesis Skin Rejuvenation?

The Genesis Skin Rejuvenation process is a laser treatment which uses a 600 nm wave length to remedy the following problems: uneven skin tone, scars, signs of aging such as fine lines and wrinkles around the mouth and eyes, and extremely large pores. This system can also treat the vessels beneath the skin surface which result in redness or a ruddy complexion. For this reason, it is an effective treatment for rosacea.

How does Genesis Skin Rejuvenation work?

Genesis Skin Rejuvenation works in the dermis because the laser heats this layer of skin to promote the production of collagen. As the collagen thickens, skin imperfections become less noticeable. Over time, this skin growth completely heals the flaws that marked the epidermis.

What area of the body is Genesis Skin Rejuvenation used to treat?

Genesis Skin Rejuvenation is used most often to improve the face, neck, and chest area. It can, however, be used on other parts of the body to decrease the appearance of scars.

What are the advantages of Genesis Skin Rejuvenation over other similar treatments?

Unlike some strong chemical peels, the Genesis Skin Rejuvenation process does no harm to the epidermis. This makes recovery easier and less painful. Because it does not use the extremely high temperatures of ablative laser treatments, patients have no down time or loss of work hours.

Who is a candidate for Genesis Skin Rejuvenation?

Genesis Skin Rejuvenation is appropriate for all adult men and women. It can be done on fair skin or dark skin, and even works well for skin that has been tanned.

How is Genesis Skin Rejuvenation performed?

The face will be cleaned, but topical anesthetics are not needed. Then, the care provider will run the laser over the treatment area, keeping it just above the surface of the skin. During this process, the patient feels as if the skin is being warmed, but most consider this an enjoyable experience. Depending on how much area is being covered, the process should take from thirty minutes to an hour.

What is the recovery like?

One of the advantages of the Genesis Skin Rejuvenation process is that it requires no recovery period. Though the skin is often rosy for a few hours after treatment, this can be covered by makeup. Patients are usually encouraged to hydrate well and stay out of the sun without protection for the treated skin. Some patients may experience skin flaking for a day or two after the procedure.

What will the results be like?

Once the pinkness has disappeared after treatment, patients immediately notice a tighter, more evenly balanced, consistent skin tone. Most find their face to be brighter because the unattractive discolorations are gone. Because wrinkles and lines are less noticeable, patients generally appear younger after treatment with the Genesis Skin Rejuvenation process. Dermatologists suggest that four to six treatments be spaced at least two weeks apart to achieve the best results.

What are the risks?

Because an anesthetic is not needed with Genesis Skin Rejuvenation, medical risks are few. Male patients do need to be aware that this treatment could reduce growth of facial hair. Also, a few patients report uneven pigmentation after undergoing this treatment.

Is Genesis Skin Rejuvenation approved for use in the U.S.?

Yes, Genesis Skin Rejuvenation has been performed safely thousands of times by doctors and clinicians in the U.S.

Is Genesis Skin Rejuvenation covered by insurance companies?

Unfortunately, Genesis Skin rejuvenation is considered a process for aesthetic improvement only and is not covered by medical insurance companies. Treatment prices may be anywhere from two hundred dollars for a small area to two thousand dollars for several parts of the body.

Disclaimer: This information is intended only as an introduction to this procedure. This information should not be used to determine whether you will have the procedure performed nor does it guarantee results of your elective surgery. Further details regarding surgical standards and procedures should be discussed with your physician.

By Staff
Updated: November 24, 2009