I can’t stop praising how good and effective ASTIQUE Clinic’s Dual Yellow Brightening Laser is. I had my fourth treatment last month, and I was continually amazed by its effectiveness.
I started Dual Yellow Laser six months ago. You can read my posts on my past treatments here:
That being said, I’ve been consulting Dr. Celine Leong for more than six months already. Every time I visit her, I feel like being in my comfort zone. She’s incredibly friendly and approachable. Under her care, I know that I’m in good hands.
And most importantly, the result speaks for itself. This picture was taken last month during my fourth treatment. You can’t see my pigmentations unless you’re close enough to kiss me. Ha!
What’s left are those stubborn brown spots under my eyes (picture below). So, I’ve decided to level up my game and get rid of those stubborn spots too.
Dr. Celine Leong recommended MedLite Laser to take care of those, so I decided to try it out.
There are many types of laser treatments available now, and MedLite Laser is used at ASTIQUE Clinic because of its effectiveness on specific skin conditions such as brown spots, freckles, and birthmarks. It delivers short, rapid, high intensity pulses of light with maximum capability for destruction of melanin targets.
MedLite Laser can dramatically reduce or completely erase pigmented lesions within 1 to 2 treatments. That’s why it is a world-renowned and trusted laser system in the market.
Prior the treatment, numbing cream was applied on the treatment area (my under eyes). Each pulse of laser light is similar to the snap of a thin rubber band on the skin. Thanks to the numbing cream, I didn’t feel any pain nor discomfort during the treatment that lasted for 20 mins.
MedLite Laser working its magic!
Immediately after the treatment, the treated areas looked slightly reddish but it subsided within an hour. Scabs formed on the next day and they gradually fell-off within the next few days. I washed my face very carefully so as not to accidentally peel-off the scabs. Continue Reading…