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Photofacials are effective in treating a variety of skin blemishes. Talk to the professional laser technicians at LaserAll to see how we can help you on your path to clearer, healthier looking skin.

How Photofacials Work

A photofacial is a noninvasive procedure that treats skin blemishes such as rosacea, uneven skin tone, wrinkles, fine lines, sun damage, acne scars, enlarged pores, and more.

Unlike abrasive and invasive procedures, a photofacial requires no downtime and can be performed on virtually any body part. Contrary to its name, photofacials are not limited to the face. The most popular areas for treatment are the face, neck, chest, and hands – usually body parts that receive the most sun exposure.

The ReSmooth laser at LaserAll evenly distributes laser passes of light energy over the desired area. The energy emitted from the laser penetrates the skin and stimulates the body’s natural healing process and promotes collagen growth. The combination of these factors addresses the damaged skin tissue on your epidermis along with the deeper skin tissue underneath.

Our Technology

​At LaserAll, we use the versatile Astanza ReSmooth laser to improve the complexion of our patients. Thanks to ReSmooth’s industry-leading spot size at 9.1 cm2, our photofacial treatments are fast, and there can be less downtime between treatments.

In addition to faster service and less downtime, our state of the art laser is safe and effective on all skin types.


The cost of a photofacial depends on the size of the treatment area. In order to provide an accurate estimate, we welcome you to schedule a free consultation.

Interest-free financing is available through Care Credit.


How many photofacial treatments will I need?

Most patients see results after just one treatment. However, multiple treatments are recommended for improved results.

How long do photofacials take?

Depending on the size of the area being treated, a single photofacial treatment lasts 15 to 30 minutes. Smaller areas (such as the hands) usually take 5 to 7 minutes.

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Ready to improve your complexion? Contact us to schedule a free consultation today!