Lori L. Cherup, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and Advanced Skin Care

Starlux Photo Facial Treatments

Palomar StarLux Pulsed Light Photo Facial System

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Nature has a way of sabotaging our skin with frustrating imperfections. Luckily, Photo Facial technology, which uses pulsed light to remove skin imperfections, has been advancing in leaps and bounds. Palomar has developed a pulsed light system that quickly and easily removes pigmented and vascular lesions to improve the texture and tone of your skin.

Rejuvenate your skin with the RejuveLux Process!

The Rejuvelux (Photo Facial) process uses pulsed light to treat the following problems:

Pigmented lesions (sun or age spots) occur in response to sun-induced skin injury and appear as dark brown circles known as solar lentigines. There can also be diffuse browning of the skin, known as actinic bronzing.

Vascular lesions are superficial blue, red, or purple veins under the skin’s surface. Some common types include rosacea (facial inflammation) and spider veins (tiny vessels that appear near the surface of the face).

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Dr. Cherup is the medical director for Invisible Ink
Laser Tattoo Removal

Unlike older lasers which deliver heat to the pigment and surrounding tissue, the newly FDA approved PicoSure laser uses PressureWave Technology to shatter the ink into tiny particles that are easily eliminated by the body. The result is clearer skin after fewer treatments without injuring the surrounding skin. It also allows for the removal of stubborn blue and green inks as well as previously-treated, difficult tattoos.

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