What Is Lamprobe Treatment?
But what is a lamprobe and what is lamprobe treatment exactly? The process is pretty simple and does not require the skin to be penetrated.
The lamprobe releases high radio frequencies that are then converted into heat. With heat, blood and other liquids are naturally brought to the surface, which in turn helps reduce the appearance of the irregularities. The heat also vaporizes any remaining cells, allowing new cells to grow in place to restore healthy, glowing skin.
The treatment will take less than an hour, usually between 15 and 45 minutes depending on the scar, and the downtime afterward is minimal.
If you’re wondering what to expect after lamprobe treatment, the answer is: not much! You might see some redness, and possibly some irritation, and you will likely start scabbing in the treated area. Don’t pick at or scratch the scab, as that will slow the healing and could result in a scar forming.
What Does Lamprobe Treat?
The lamprobe can help lessen the appearance of milia, which are most commonly found on and around the eyes and cheeks.
Skin tags are a common occurrence, but that doesn’t make them any less frustrating. Hyfrecator/lamprobe treatment is a non-invasive way to safely remove even the most stubborn skin tags.
Getting rid of raised fibromas on the face and body has never been easier or more effective than with lamprobe treatment.
Angiomas are benign, but they’re also noticeable due to their bright red color. There has been great success using lamprobe treatment to significantly diminish the look of cherry angiomas as well as spider naevi.
Cost of Lamprobe
If you’re ready to take care of your skin tags, milia, or other minor skin abnormalities, we offer our restorative lamprobe/hyfrecator treatment for only $150 a session.