Cosmetics: The Future Of Lasers

History has seen the advancement of lasers opening up new possibilities for cosmetic surgery procedures. But there is a lot more to come, and although no one knows for sure what the future holds, we can take a look at some likely possibilities, based on the direction things seen to be going and the trends we have already been experiencing.

Reduced Prices

Once a procedure becomes more readily available, as laser treatment certainty has, and as a result an increase in consumer use begins, as again laser surgery has witnessed, prices often come down. This means from a price perspective we can expect to see cheaper cosmetic laser options in the coming years.

Laser Results To Continuously Improve

We are talking about an always-advancing example of technology and in conjunction with advancing cosmeceutical products such as vitamin C we can expect even better skin services that produce more favourable results.

Because of these improvements, there is a high chance we will see more people opting for lasers, with a lot of consumers preferring a non-surgical alternative.

Radiofrequency, IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) and fractionated lasers, as well as other non-invasive laser treatments, are already able to rid the skin of a vast range of issues and any advancements in laser technology will no doubt increase that range even further.

Expanding Options

A lot of focus has been on hair removal when it comes to laser cosmetics but more recently there has been a shift towards research in other areas which should help bring new results in laser cosmetic benefits.

This new lot of research has been focusing on non-ablative laser resurfacing which is known as laser skin toning. Research has also focused on computerised vision correction (known as ‘no-touch’) and improved photodynamic therapy which is for the treatment of skin cancer (and also used for hair removal).

Further Advancements Thanks To Tech

Computer technology enhances so many industries these days and cosmetic surgery is no different. Thanks to more expansive software, that can provide new ways to analyse and view the skin before, during and after skin treatment consumers can expect an increasingly advanced laser service as new options are opened up. Not only that, but digital cameras are also getting eternally better which means skin can be viewed in increasingly impressive detail, something that is likely to lead to even more advancements in the treatment of skin via laser.

Even More Advancements In Hair Removal

We mentioned earlier how there had been a lot of focus on the hair removal aspect of lasers. This is also an area that experts believe will see promising advancements in the future. So far it has always been difficult to remove red, blonde or grey body hair because of the fact they lack a pigment that lasers need to target to work their magic.

However, one company has managed to get silver nanoparticles into hair follicles so that they can act as a target in place of hair pigment and permanently reduce hair growth. Expect this advancement to lead to some interesting new directions for hair removal.

For any laser cosmetic enthusiast, the future is exciting. All ready impressive results are set to become even more impressive as well as expansive, offering new options and enhancing old ones. And this does not necessarily have to be over a short space of time in this very quick-moving industry.

History has seen the advancement of lasers opening up new possibilities for cosmetic surgery procedures. But there is a lot more to come, and although no one knows for sure what the future holds, we can take a look at some likely possibilities, based on the direction things seen to be going and the trends we have already been experiencing.

Reduced Prices

Once a procedure becomes more readily available, as laser treatment certainty has, and as a result an increase in consumer use begins, as again laser surgery has witnessed, prices often come down. This means from a price perspective we can expect to see cheaper cosmetic laser options in the coming years.

Laser Results To Continuously Improve

We are talking about an always-advancing example of technology and in conjunction with advancing cosmeceutical products such as vitamin C we can expect even better skin services that produce more favourable results.

Because of these improvements, there is a high chance we will see more people opting for lasers, with a lot of consumers preferring a non-surgical alternative.

Radiofrequency, IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) and fractionated lasers, as well as other non-invasive laser treatments, are already able to rid the skin of a vast range of issues and any advancements in laser technology will no doubt increase that range even further.

Expanding Options

A lot of focus has been on hair removal when it comes to laser cosmetics but more recently there has been a shift towards research in other areas which should help bring new results in laser cosmetic benefits.

This new lot of research has been focusing on non-ablative laser resurfacing which is known as laser skin toning. Research has also focused on computerised vision correction (known as ‘no-touch’) and improved photodynamic therapy which is for the treatment of skin cancer (and also used for hair removal).

Further Advancements Thanks To Tech

Computer technology enhances so many industries these days and cosmetic surgery is no different. Thanks to more expansive software, that can provide new ways to analyse and view the skin before, during and after skin treatment consumers can expect an increasingly advanced laser service as new options are opened up. Not only that, but digital cameras are also getting eternally better which means skin can be viewed in increasingly impressive detail, something that is likely to lead to even more advancements in the treatment of skin via laser.

Even More Advancements In Hair Removal

We mentioned earlier how there had been a lot of focus on the hair removal aspect of lasers. This is also an area that experts believe will see promising advancements in the future. So far it has always been difficult to remove red, blonde or grey body hair because of the fact they lack a pigment that lasers need to target to work their magic.

However, one company has managed to get silver nanoparticles into hair follicles so that they can act as a target in place of hair pigment and permanently reduce hair growth. Expect this advancement to lead to some interesting new directions for hair removal.

For any laser cosmetic enthusiast, the future is exciting. All ready impressive results are set to become even more impressive as well as expansive, offering new options and enhancing old ones. And this does not necessarily have to be over a short space of time in this very quick-moving industry.