Laser treatments for skin? Let’s talk the science of how they work, what they’re good for, whether you can use them on darker skin tones and whether they hurt.
This video is sponsored by Cynosure, the makers of the Picosure laser used on me – but as always, this is all based on my independent research and honest opinions.
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In this video:
0:00 Intro to lasers
1:11 How do laser skin treatments work? Ablative, fractionated, pigmentation, resurfacing etc.
5:28 Pulse length and picosecond lasers
8:02 My Picosure laser treatment and results
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