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These are the six popular and best laser treatments for Indian skin

We know that lasers are good for skin upkeep but what do they actually do? The term laser is an acronym for ‘Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation’. A laser device converts light of various frequencies into an extremely intense, small, and nearly non-divergent beam of monochromatic radiation. This may be in the visible or invisible spectrum of light. The laser beam is capable of mobilising immense heat and power when focused at a close range. Lasers act on skin tissue and take care of everything from scarring to hair removal to hyper-pigmentation. Presently, these are the best and most popular laser treatments for Indian skin.


Starwalker by Fotona

This laser works on a variety of pigments, ranging from melanin (formed in the skin) to tattoo inks. Dermatologist Dr. Gauri Desai from Skinsense Skin and Laser Clinic in Mumbai states, “Treatments with Starwalker laser can be done as ‘lunch-time procedures.’ There’s no pain as there are no surgeries, injections or anaesthesias. No pre-procedure preparation or post-procedure care is required.”

Price per session: Depend on the severity of the issue and the area.

Downtime: Slight redness that lasts for about an hour.

Soprano Diode Laser

This laser is mainly used for hair reduction. “Soprano Diode Lasers use single wavelength of light that has high absorption rate in Melanin. As the melanin heats up, it destroys the root and blood flow to the hair follicle, disabling hair growth permanently. It shows exceptional results for dark, thick hair,” says Dr Pankaj Chaturvedi, Medlinks in New Delhi.

Price per session (Approx): Face lasers and full body lasers start at Rs 7,500 and Rs 35,000 onwards, respectively.

Downtime: Tiny Red bumps which settle in an hour or so.

SP Dynamis by Fotona

“This laser is used at our clinic for various treatments such as permanent hair reduction, skin rejuvenation and texturing, reduction of acne scars, 4D Non Invasive Laser Facelift and collagen-boosting, reduction of snoring, and removal of skin tags and warts,” says Dr. Gauri Desai, Skinsense Skin and Laser Clinic.

Price per session: It varies from Rs 1,000 to 15,000

Downtime: Mild redness depending on the intensity of the laser.

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E-Light System

“This device is an amalgamation of three advanced technologies – IPL (Intense Pulsed Light), radio-frequency, and a cooling system. The part of the applicator, which is in contact with the skin, has a cooling system, which reduces the heat delivered to the skin. This laser has multiple uses such as hair removal, photo rejuvenation, wrinkle removal, treatment of pigmentation, acne, and other vascular disorders,” adds Dr Pankaj Chaturvedi, Medlinks.

Price per session: Rs 8,000-10,000 per session (45 mins)

Downtime: None as far as we know.

Tribeam Premium (Q Switch Nd YAG Laser)

This laser works on photo-acoustic technology and is specifically used for pigment related issues such as tattoo removal, birthmark removal, reduction of sunspots, and dark spots. This laser’s advanced mode can also be used to treat acne, scars and stretch marks, and open pores.

Price per session: Rs 8,500 (60 mins) to Rs 35,000 (3 hrs)

Downtime: Mild redness depending on the intensity of the laser.

Carbon Dioxide (C02) Fractional Laser

This laser removes layers of skin tissue in a fractionated method (columns of skin are removed, leaving the skin surrounding each column intact). It is used to treat age-spots, fine lines, wrinkles, scarring, uneven coloration, skin laxity, and textural irregularities. It is also used to increase the collagen layer of the face, neck, and chest.

Price per session: Rs 12,000-15,000 (60 mins)

Downtime: 5-7 days depending on the intensity of the laser.

These are the six popular and best laser treatments for Indian skin

Pallavi Mehra

Pallavi is a Mumbai based Travel, Lifestyle and Food Writer. She’s also a FOMO queen, serial wedding attender and is constantly consumed by wanderlust.

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