Aging skin is a natural part of life that we cannot fully avoid, no matter how much we wish we could. There are ways, however, to slow the hands of time with good habits that begin early in life. Stated plainly, the better care we give our skin when we are young, the fewer signs of aging we will experience as we go through life. Dr. Mary Lupo
suggests that preventive treatments such as Clear + Brilliant accompany a routine skin care regimen when a patient is in his or her twenties or thirties, so that skin continues to look its best as it matures.
Clear + Brilliant gentle laser treatment is not only effective for the prevention of early signs of aging. Using fractional laser technology, this treatment can also address many of the signs of aging that have already begun to occur on the skin. Fractional laser treatment stimulates the replenishment of healthy, younger looking skin by treating thousands of tiny zones across the treatment area.
Men and women of all ages and skin types can reap the benefits of Clear + Brilliant technology, even those with a darker complexion. Through a series of treatments, the number of which is determined during a one-on-one consultation with Dr. Lupo, the effects of sun exposure, stress, and age can be successfully addressed.
Treatment sessions typically last only about thirty minutes. Treating the skin with the suggested number of Clear + Brilliant sessions uncovers a smoother texture and suppleness that rejuvenates your facial aesthetic. We may use the latest Clear + Brilliant technology, Permea, to address problems with pigmentation, including melasma.
Dr. Mary Lupo works with patients on an individual basis, creating the ideal treatment plan that will accomplish their aesthetic goals. In addition to providing Clear + Brilliant treatments, she will discuss ways in which results can be extended through personalized skin care at home.
The Lupo Center
has a variety of treatment options to benefit your skin. Contact us at
for your consultation with an experienced New Orleans dermatologist.