Laser Painting Genesis

Laser Painting Genesis treatments employ a secure and non-intrusive laser technology designed to address fine lines and alleviate concerns such as flushing, redness, scarring, large pores, wrinkles, and rosacea.

This procedure is Health Canada approved and is performed in a relaxed, comfortable manner without the use of topical anesthetics. After each treatment, you can anticipate noticing gradual yet consistent results, all without any downtime as well as the occurrence of undesired side effects like bruising or excessive skin irritation.


How Does Laser Painting Genesis Work?

Laser Painting Genesis releases micro-pulses of laser energy deep into the dermal layer of the skin, generating a mild thermal induction that triggers the skin’s natural response. It helps stimulate the regrowth of collagen, effectively minimizing the visibility of fine lines and wrinkles. It has also shown to tighten pores, reduce oil production, enhance overall skin tone and texture, address sun damage, and diminish redness.


Main Benefits of Lasers Painting Genesis

By emitting micro-pulses of laser energy into the dermal layer of the skin, Laser Painting Genesis treatment helps:

  • Enhance the overall appearance of your skin
  • Revitalize and illuminate your complexion
  • Reduce the visibility or eliminate fine lines, dark spots, pigmentations, wrinkles and rosacea
  • Reduce the visibility of enlarged pores and some imperfections
  • Manage oily skin and alleviate skin inflammation
  • Address acne and prevent future breakouts

Book Your Consultation

Call us at 604-284-5501 for any questions or book online for a consultation with our doctor to discuss your needs and options. No obligation to proceed with any treatment or service – just information so you can decide when you want to make an enhancement of your natural beauty. We are all happy to help you every step of the way.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What areas can be treated?

Most skin areas can be treated. Popular areas are the face, neck and chest.

Schedule your appointment with our doctor today to discuss your needs.

How long will it take to recover?

Recovery time for Laser Genesis treatment is virtually nonexistent, as there is no downtime associated with the procedure. Patients can resume their regular activities immediately after the session. The non-invasive nature of Laser Genesis allows individuals to enjoy the benefits of the treatment without the need for a recovery period. While some individuals may experience a mild and temporary pinkness or warmth in the treated area, this typically subsides shortly after the session, leaving no lasting effects on daily activities.

What aftercare should I take?

Following Laser Genesis treatment, it’s advisable to apply a gentle moisturizer and use sunscreen to protect the treated skin. You must avoid direct sun exposure until fully healed as your skin will become more fragile after treatment. Sunscreen is advised to be applied timely and sufficiently to lower the chance of skin sensitivity to sunlight.

To cover redness, you should be able to cover it with makeup in about one week after the top layer of your skin starts regrowing.

Our medical esthetician will instruct you how best to care for your healing skin to minimize the risk of post-treatment infection and damage and ensure the shortest healing time possible.

Is There Another Option That Produces Similar Effects & Results?

The latest trend is to use fractional radio frequency technology. The advantage of fractional treatment is a greatly reduced healing time, as well as a reduced risk of complications.

Another treatment to consider is BBL Phototherapy. Instead of using single wavelength in lasers, BBL utilizes filters to produce broad spectrum wavelengths to target different skin conditions such as pigmentation and unwanted blood vessels.

Make a booking today to consult our doctor different treatment options for your concerns.

Am I A Good Candidate?

We will have to assess your candidacy prior to the procedure. Please make an appointment and talk to our doctor to discuss further.