Turn the Clock Back on Your Skin With Palomar Icon Laser Treatments

From plastic surgery to anti-aging creams, there are many ways to fight the signs of aging. Here at Grochmal Eye Center and Aesthetics, we offer non-surgical cosmetic treatments to help you turn back the hands of time — without the downtime of surgery.

One of our aesthetic treatments, the Palomar Icon ™ laser treatments, might be the solution you’ve been looking for — and it’s available in our Catonsville, Maryland office.

In this article, we highlight all of the perks of Icon laser treatments and what they can do for you. 

Restore a youthful appearance with Icon laser treatments

Even if you have multiple aesthetic goals, the icon aesthetic system comes prepared. Equipped with seven different handpieces, your laser treatment can tackle many different signs of aging by:

Icon laser treatments may also be used to minimize the appearance of scars and to resurface your skin. 

Customizing your treatment

When it comes to Icon laser treatments, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach. To ensure the best results possible, the Icon aesthetic system utilizes Skintel ™, a built-in technology that accurately detects your melanin and assesses your skin tone. This ensures that the appropriate level of laser is administered during your treatment, ensuring the appropriate level of laser is applied.  

Beauty without the pain

During your treatment, the handheld device is pressed against your skin, allowing the laser energy to penetrate your skin. You might hear a snapping sound or feel a snapping sensation. After each area is treated, your provider moves to the next section, careful not to overlap treated areas.

While there are no injections and no incisions, most people compare the process to feeling like a sunburn. For your added comfort, you can receive a topical anesthetic cream before your appointment. The machine also has a built-in cooling system for additional skin protection and comfort.

Keeping your skin beautiful

After any laser treatment, it’s important to wear sunscreen and protect your skin from UV exposure. You can further promote healthy skin by wearing sunscreen daily (whether or not you have laser treatments), keeping your skin hydrated, eating foods that promote healthy skin, and managing high-stress levels. 

Are Palomar Icon laser treatments right for you?

As aesthetic specialists, we’re on a mission to help you feel good about the way you look — and fortunately, you don’t need to find the fountain of youth to do so. If you’re frustrated with wrinkles and fine lines that make you feel older than your years, we encourage you to visit us for a consultation. Book an appointment by calling 410-744-5310 or requesting an appointment online.

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