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Nlite Wrinkle Repair

Nlite laser remains one of the most technologically advanced skin treatments available.

For over a decade, our clinic has used this revolutionary non-invasive direct laser to successfully stimulate the production of natural collagen within the skin by up to 80%.

The light energy selectively targets dermal structures, without causing damage to the surface of the skin, whereby it can be ‘tricked’ into producing new collagen in response to the perceived injury.

This process can successfully reduce fine lines and wrinkles along with overall skin tone.

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What will it involve?
For optimum skin improvement Nlite laser is best taken after an exfoliation treatment, such as a Micro-DermabrasionFresh Up Light or an Acid Skin Peel along with Steam & Pore Extraction to lift layers of unwanted dead skin cells and remove skin blockage and improve the surface of the skin. Nlite Laser treatment will respond to the deeper layers of the skin.
Your skin care practitioner will complete a detailed consultation to establish your skin type, condition, and your skin care improvement goals, all of which will determine the most suitable treatment and planning to suit you.
A Laser consultation is essential prior to taking any of the laser treatments.
Following a pre-exfoliation treatment, or simply a cleanse if you opt out of the pre exfoliation treatment, the Nlite laser is applied.
The Nlite laser energy is delivered to the skin, stimulating new collagen and elastin to the reconstruction of the matrix in the deeper layers of the skin, plumping out fine lines and wrinkles, and improving overall skin tone.
It takes no more than 30 minutes to treat the full face, and leaves the skin feeling instantly rejuvenated, plumped, smoother, fresh and glowing.


Why have the procedure?
Nlite laser is ideal for all skin types and ethnic origins up to skin type 4.
This treatment is suitable for the Face, Neck and Chest and produces outstanding results in the treatment of:
•    Fine Lines
•    Wrinkles
•    Lose skin tone
•    Acne Scars
•    Open Pores
•    Skin Redness
•    or simply maintain a clear healthy skin.

Does it hurt?
Generally no pain is felt. However you may experience some heat discomfort when the Nlite laser is placed over some areas of the skin. Care is taken to make it as comfortable as possible.

How Many Treatments Do I Need?
A course of 3 to 5 treatments taken every 2 to 4 weeks is advised to achieve results and provide longevity of the skin results.

How quickly will I see the results?
You will see results immediately after a single treatment and progressively over a series of treatments, as the new collagen and elastin molecules mature into a well organised matrix in the dermal layer of the skin and increase volume from within the skin, plumping out fine lines, wrinkles, open pores and acne scars. There is overall improvement in skin tone, sun-damage and ageing skin.

How long will the results last?
Commencing a course of treatments the results can last up to many months. However this depends on many factors, such as how one cares for the skin post treatment, the severity of one’s natural oil production, diet, stress, hormone influences and lifestyle.


Depending on the intensity of the treatment red dotted bruising may appear in some areas of the skin treated and it can feel sensitive post Nlite Laser.

Treat the skin as a sensitive skin, avoid exposure to the sun and heat treatments for 72 hours or until the skin completely appears calm.
Avoid taking any anti-inflammatory medication for the next 72 hours to ensure you receive optimum result to injury.
For a healthier skin your skin care practitioner will guide you with a personlised home care skin regime.
Use an SPF daily.


Nlite Wrinkle Repair Full Face & Neck
1/2 hr


Emporium Practitioners:
Angela Taffinder - Senior Aesthetician



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