Our Class 4 Medical Lasers
At Good Skin Days we have three of these incredible hair removal lasers. The Monolith handpiece has a much larger spot size than other lasers for quickly treating larger areas. They feature a state-of-the-art skin cooling system, allowing for painless treatments. We are able to treat all skin types safely and effectively. We are also the sole UK Centre of Excellence for MeDioStar manufacturer Asclepion, allowing us to train Practitioners to the highest possible standards.
This is our 2019 model yellow laser from Asclepion. It treats most of our complex vascular conditions such as facial veins, port wine stains, birthmarks, blemishes and venous lakes. Fewer treatments are needed compared to previous lasers.
This is our Pulsed Dyed laser (PDL) traditional laser for treatment of vascular skin conditions. This laser is widely used in the NHS and provides excellent results. In most cases we now use our yellow laser (above).
CO2RE is the versatile CO2 laser that we use to remove skin lesions such as moles, skin tags and seborrhoeic keratoses. We have one in each of our Minor Ops Suites. Over thousands of procedures, we have found they offer better outcomes than previous Erbium YAG lasers.
Built on ConBio’s original Q-switched laser technology, MedLite C6 is best known as the industry’s gold standard laser for multi-coloured tattoo removal. It is also effective on a wide range of other skin concerns, such as pigmentation removal (on all patient skin types.)
Ruby remains one of the best lasers for the removal of tattoos and pigmented lesions. With adjustable spot sizes, treatments are quick and effective. The Polaris Ruby is especially useful in the removal of stubborn green inks.
Developed by Solta Medical – the pioneers of fractional laser treatments, with a proven history of nearly a million treatments. The Clear + Brilliant system is designed to deliver powerfully precise laser energy to stimulate the skin, giving it a refreshing boost that only Clear + Brilliant can deliver.
Laser Skin Treatments
We treat a wide range of conditions using these lasers, and you can find more about the process for each treatment by browsing some of the treatment pages: