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Photo-rejuvenation is a popular cosmetic treatment that addresses the brown pigment or age spots,  redness (capillaries or rosacea), targets acne, and improves the overall skin appearance.  


During the treatment, a pulsed light energy is heating the targeted skin, triggering the body’s natural healing process.   This causes minimal discomfort, however it stimulates cell turnover and promotes collagen renewal.  


Patients will experience a mild sunburn feeling and some redness the day of treatment.  The pigmented lesions will become darker and will take up to 14 days to exfoliate off the skin.  Typically patients can see significant improvement in two-three treatments, however others may need more to achieve ultimate skin goals.

Micro Laser Peel

This laser treatment uses the 2940 Erbium YAG wavelength, a laser energy that stimulates collagen production by removing layers of skin, resulting in healthier youthful looking skin. MicroLaser Peels can be superficial and ablative(deep) depending on the depths of the treatment, the MicroLaser Peel will address acne scars, enlarged pores, appearance fine lines and wrinkles, improve skin tone and texture, and overall skin health.   

Nano Peel

The NanoPeel is a lighter version of the MicroLaser Peel.  This will target skin tone, texture, and collagen production.  Patients can expect minimal downtime(2-3 days). A series of treatments may needed to achieve results.

Laser Hair Reduction

The purpose of laser hair reduction is to target the hair follicle in the growing phase(anagen).  With the use of the 1064 wavelength the laser light will penetrate to the depth of the hair follicle and damage it during the anagen phase, weakening the follicle to achieve long term reduction.


A series of 6 treatments in 6-8 week intervals is typical for best reduction outcomes.  Patient should expect a mild discomfort during the procedure.


Visit Kally at Riverview Face + Body Aesthetics 

991 Sibley Memorial Hwy Suite 202 St. Paul, MN 55118-5116

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