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Laser platform is a multi-functional device that allows you to combine different types of lasers and technology during a single procedure. 

Thanks to this combination, the laser platform has many applications and addresses most aesthetic and dermatological problems of the patients. Thus, its wide spectrum of functions includes both quick "lunch" treatments as well as intensive skin resurfacing treatments (reduction of wrinkles, scars, stretch marks), as well as pigmentation disorders such as hyperpigmentation and age spots. 


  • Skin resurfacing: reduction of wrinkles, scars, stretch marks
  • Pigmentation lesions: hyperpigmentation, age spots, sun damage, melasma
  • Vascular lesions: ruby spots, capillaries, removal of broken capillaries on legs, erythema
  • Removal of tattoos: removal of black tattoos, removal of color tattoos
  • Removal of permanent make-up 


  • Broken skin barrier
  • Skin infections
  • Tendency to scarring and abnormal wound healing
  • Pregnancy, breast-feeding, menstruation
  • Diabetes
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Isotretinoin (taken in the period of the past 6 months)
  • Tanned skin, self-tanner
  • Vitiligo
  • Epilepsy
  • Drugs, herbs, photosensitisers
  • Anticoagulants
  • Steroids
  • Fillers, Botox (2 weeks), threads (until they are absorbed, gold threads contraindicated)


Number of recommended treatments in a series: from 1 to 6. 
The final number of treatments depends on the type of the performed treatment and additional factors such as the patient's age, severity of skin ageing, depth of wrinkles, pores or scars. 
With larger skin lesions, 6 treatments may be necessary at intervals of 6-12 weeks. 


The sensations during the treatments are an individual issue dependent on the patient's pain threshold. The treatments using the laser platform may cause slight discomfort.

The appearance of the skin depends on the laser head that will be used during the treatment. In the case of some heads, the treatment may not leave any traces. In others - the skin may be reddened, swollen and small scabs may appear on it. All of these symptoms should disappear after a few up to twenty days after the treatment. 

The possibility of applying make-up depends on the type of treatment performed. For some treatments, make-up may be applied immediately after the treatment. In other cases, you should wait until the specified time has passed. Always follow the advice of a specialist. 

The treatment effect depends on several factors: the severity of the problem, the type of treatment performed, as well as the individual characteristics of the patient. 

The number of recommended treatments is determined individually on the basis of several factors. The more advanced problem, the larger the number of necessary treatments.

It is best to resign from using swimming pool, going to trainings and sauna for about 7 days after treatment.

After the treatment, use gentle cleaning agents as well as strongly moisturising agents. In addition, the site where the treatment was performed should be protected from sunlight

The frequency of treatment is individual and it is determined on the basis of various factors (e.g. performed treatment, severity of the problem, individual characteristics of the patient). Usually, the treatment may be repeated after about 4-6 weeks. 

Face treatments with the use of a laser platform are recommended to be performed in the autumn and winter to minimize the risk of hyperpigmentation. However, there are face treatments that may be performed all year round. After the treatment, remember to use cosmetics containing a strong SPF filter. The treatments performed on parts of the body that are not exposed to sunlight may be performed all year round. 
It is recommended to always consult the possibility of performing a treatment at an individual appointment with a specialist.