Skin Rejuvenation Shreveport

Wrinkles, fine lines, uneven texture, and age spots are the effects that free radicals and sun damage can have on your skin – aging your appearance.

Now, with a multi-faceted and personalized approach from Advanced Laser Clinics of Shreveport, you can turn back the clock on your skin’s complexion and look years younger.


Here is a list of our procedures that are great for rejuvenating the appearance of your skin:



We use the Excelladerm microdermabrasion system to exfoliate your skin on a finer level than is possible at home.

By removing layers of dead skin, you will immediately notice softer skin texture. Repeat visits can help minimize fine lines, reduce the appearance of pores, and stimulate collagen production.



Chemical Peels

Epidermal peels that offer a non-invasive way to combat aging, hyperpigmentation, or acne. It improves skin texture and the health of skin with no downtime.



Intense Pulse Light (IPL)

Photofacials use light energy to penetrate where topical solutions can’t, breaking down unwanted irregularities in the skin. IPL is effective at treating sun damage, age spots, and improving skin tone and texture. It can be used with the topical medication Levulan for the treatment of acne. Whether you have age spots, small broken blood vessels, or rosacea, we can quickly and easily treat your skin with broad band light to help your skin have an even tone and radiant complexion.



Laser Skin Rejuvenation

Laser skin rejuvenation involves brief, high-energy laser pulses applied to the skin. The intense energy causes a photoacoustic effect in the skin, stimulating cells to produce more collagen. The increased collagen production reduces the appearance of skin imperfections such as fine lines, wrinkles, crow’s feet, acne scars, enlarged pores and uneven skin tone.



Sublative Rejuvenation

Advanced Laser Clinics of Shreveport is pleased to offer our clients Radio Frequency (RF) Sublative Rejuvenation via eMatrix by Syneron. With eMatrix, RF energy is delivered through a treatment tip that holds a grid of tiny electrodes giving the modality a fractional aspect. Learn More