CO2 lasers are machines that medical professionals can use to treat skin conditions by emitting energy at a wavelength of 10,600 nanometres. Water within the skin cells absorbs this wavelength, causing the top layers of the skin to melt away and stimulate the skin to repair itself. This leads to skin tightening, skin rejuvenation and depigmentation etc.
Stelle Laser’s CO2 laser machine uses the latest RF tube, which has better effect, longer life and higher safety than ordinary glass tubes.
How does CO2 laser skin rejuvenation work?
The new developed RF CO2 fractional laser fires a laser beam through RF CO2 tube which is split into numbers of microscopic beam, producing tinier dot than general CO2 laser (glass tube). The treatment tip can vaporize the out-most layers of the skin across a large surface by creating thousands of tiny, microscopic laser wounds, spaced in an even pattern across the skin, but leaving areas of healthy, untreated skin between them, the lower collagen layer of the dermis is stimulated to renew and repair. Therefore, the heat of laser only passes deeply through the factional damaged area, the surface of skin now contains only microscopic surface wounds, in stead of a large, red, oozing burn. During the skin self-resurfacing, a great amount of collagen is produced for skin rejuvenation, after some recovery, the newly-generated skin is remarkably smoother, healthier.