Definition - What does Sellas mean?

Sellas is a fractional non-ablative laser that regenerates the skin and restores the glow and the youthful appearance of the face and the body. It is ideal for the treatment of stretch marks, scars, discolorations, such as patches or chloasma after pregnancy, while it can effectively rejuvenate the skin, eliminate enlarged pores and smooth fine lines and wrinkles.

TheConsultation explains Sellas

The powerful laser beam activates the fibroblasts, the cells that produce collagen and elastin, resulting in smooth and firm skin. The treatments are personalized according to the needs and specific characteristics of the patient’s skin and address problems such as acne scars, stretch marks, burns, sun spots on facial and hands. Also, it offers treatment protocols for the regeneration and renewal of facial skin and eye area, including black circles.

Sellas offers a new method of skin resurfacing with exceptional and lasting results. It significantly tightens and tones the skin, combating skin relaxation, while it completely renews the dead cells of the epidermis, removes pigmented lesions and stimulates the collagen production.

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