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Posted by Eve
on December 10, 2000 at 15:50:51:
In Reply to: CO2 for under eyelid posted by ginli on November 27, 2000 at 17:01:48:
: Is CO2 really as bad as they say as far as down-time is concerned?? I'd like to have my eyes and (maybe face) done but from what i've heard from these boards i'm not so sure i want to. Is there another way, besides surgical removal of skin, for the under eye area?
:Have you thought about using the NLite non-ablative laser? I had this done on under eye area six weeks ago. At first I could see no difference but now I have a noticable softening of lines and the skin seems a little tighter. The final results should be at around three months post treatment, so I am expecting even more noticable reduction of wrinkles by this time. This treatment is not as drastic as the Co2, so I presume the results will also be less drastic, but if you require no down time, with a noticable improvement, this may be the answer. I think it's also alot cheaper than ablative laser treatments.
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