Tattoos and scars no longer have to be permanent! The groundbreaking Icon™ 1540 laser reduces and removes stretch marks, scars and tattoos with ease.

About Scar Removal with the Icon 1540

The Icon™ 1540 laser uses advanced laser technology to deliver controlled energy into the skin. This energy is precisely directed to discolored parts of the skin, such as scars, stretch marks or unwanted pigment. During this process, the targeted skin absorbs the energy and breaks it down, which causes the discoloration to fade.

As the discoloration fades, new and healthy skin grows in its place. You also get the added benefit of increased collagen production in the skin, ensuring the newly formed skin is healthy and tight.

What To Expect During Your Icon 1540 Treatment

The Icon™ 1540 can be used on just about any part of the body, including the face. During treatment, the laser energy is delivered to the targeted areas of the body. The procedure lasts approximately 30 minutes and treatment time can vary depending on the size of the area treated.

The treatment does not require downtime and patients are able to resume daily activities immediately following the treatment. Patients notice results approximately six weeks after treatment and experience optimal results after three to five treatments.

Are You a Good Candidate for Icon 1540 Treatment?

The Icon™ 1540 laser is suitable for most skin types. For more information about the Icon™ 1540 treatment, contact Rejuva Medical Aesthetics to schedule a complimentary consultation and customized treatment plan.

Special New Year’s Offer Just For You!

Schedule an Icon™ 1540 laser treatment before February 28, 2018, and receive 10% off your treatment!

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