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Pico Laser Skin Repair

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What is Pico Laser Skin Repair?

One of our most popular lasers, Pico Laser, offers cutting-edge laser technology that can transform your skin. This innovative treatment uses ultra-short energy pulses to penetrate the skin’s surface, delivering exceptional results for various cosmetic concerns.

Let’s start with pigmentation. If you struggle with age spots, sun spots, freckles, melasma, or light acne scars, the Pico laser can help. The laser’s ultra-short pulses, such as pigment, break apart the targeted cells, causing them to expand and break apart into smaller particles rapidly.

Over time, the body naturally removes these particles, reducing the appearance of pigmentation. As a result, here at Skin Works, we have seen countless patients who were once self-conscious about their dark spots walk out of our office with a newfound confidence in their skin’s appearance.


But that’s not all. Picosecond laser can also rejuvenate your skin and give it a more youthful, radiant appearance. This is because the laser stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, the essential proteins that keep your skin firm and elastic. This can lead to a noticeable improvement in texture and tone and a reduction in fine lines and wrinkles.

We have seen PicoSure patients who have said they receive compliments on their skin’s appearance, even without makeup.

Pico laser is a versatile and effective treatment for various cosmetic concerns. However, as with any cosmetic procedure, it’s always best to come for a consultation before opting for treatment. Nevertheless, we have seen the incredible results that Picosure can deliver, and we are confident that it can also transform your skin.


Pico laser can help fix sun damage on your skin. The laser sends out tiny, quick bursts of light that help to break apart the damaged skin cells caused by too much sun. Pico can reverse the action by breaking down the pigmentation. The process helps your skin look smoother and healthier, like getting rid of freckles and turning sunburns away faster. Most patients need 3-5 sessions to get the best possible results. Below, we will review more specific skin concerns that we can help with a picosecond laser:



Our top-of-the-line Picolazer, combined with old American 5-star care, has made a lot of happy patients here at Skin Works Medical Spa. Our medical professionals have the knowledge, experience, and skill-set to customize treatments for patients of different skin tones and skin colors without causing any harm to their skin.



Pico laser therapy can address hyperpigmentation like brown spots resulting from sun damage. Pico utilizes short pulses of laser light to target and disrupt the pigmented skin cells, reducing the appearance of brown spots and improving overall skin tone and texture. As always, we remind all patients to note that the results of Pico laser therapy may vary, and multiple treatment sessions may be necessary to achieve the desired outcome.



Melasma is a common skin condition that causes hyperpigmentation or dark, discolored patches on the skin. With Pico laser therapy, we can target and disrupt the pigmented skin cells, helping to reduce the appearance of melasma and improve overall skin tone and texture. However, we recommend you receive a consultation first to rule out any underlying medical conditions that may contribute to the development of melasma.



Freckles are small, flat brown spots that appear on the skin and are often caused by sun exposure. While many people love freckles, some may want to eliminate them. This is where Pico laser can help reduce freckles’ appearance and improve overall skin tone and texture. Pico’s ability to break down hyperpigmentation is what makes the difference.



Various factors, such as sun exposure, hormonal changes, or certain medical conditions, can cause skin discoloration. We use a Pico laser to apply short pulses of light energy to target discoloration. However, you must come for a consultation first so we can decide if pico is the best course of action to address your skin concerns.



Port-wine stains are a type of birthmark that can be treated with pulsed-dye laser therapy, pico, or IPL. However, it’s almost impossible to be sure before a consultation where a skincare professional can examine your skin. That being said, we always find a way to get the results that you desire.



Pico laser treatment can treat cherry angiomas, common skin growths that appear as small, bright red or purple spots on the skin. As always, Pico delivers ultra-short energy pulses to the skin to break down the blood vessels, causing the cherry angioma. Given the right amount of treatments, the process leads to the spot fading and eventually disappearing.



PicoSure laser treatment can potentially treat dark spots or hyperpigmentation on the skin by breaking down the excess pigment in the affected areas and allowing the skin to heal and lighten naturally. However, the effectiveness of the treatment can depend on various factors, such as the cause of hyperpigmentation, the severity of the condition, and the individual’s skin type and tone. Therefore, it’s best to book a consultation for a proper evaluation and determine if Pico is the right treatment.



The cost of Pico laser treatment in Los Angeles varies depending on several factors, including the size and number of areas being treated, the treatment center’s location, and the provider’s experience. On average, Pico laser treatment can cost anywhere from $400 to $800 per session. Our prices at Skin Works are transparent with no hidden fees, so your bill will never be a surprise. In addition, we offer promotions all year round, and we offer no-interest payment plans. Finally, we like to make things easy so you can only focus on your treatment without worrying about the rest.



Non-thermal means no unnecessary heat to your skin. So, no matter where you get your treatments, it’s of utmost importance that laser devices are customizable for the exact treatment you want, or your skin may be exposed to unnecessary heat that causes damage to your skin. At Skin Works Medical Spa, we maintain a high standard with flour lasers and calibrate them to your specific needs; that’s why we can treat you with the correct number of treatments to get your desired results.

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Pico Laser Skin Repair Options & Prices

Pico laser face


To get optimum result, you need 3-5 treatments within 4-6 weeks apart. Maintenance every 6 months after achieving desired results.

Pico laser neck


To get optimum result, you need 3-5 treatments within 4-6 weeks apart. Maintenance every 6 months after achieving desired results.

Pico laser face+neck


To get optimum result, you need 3-5 treatments within 4-6 weeks apart. Maintenance every 6 months after achieving desired results.

Pico laser Décolleté


To get optimum result, you need 3-5 treatments within 4-6 weeks apart. Maintenance every 6 months after achieving desired results.

Pico laser face+neck+Décolleté


To get optimum result, you need 3-5 treatments within 4-6 weeks apart. Maintenance every 6 months after achieving desired results.

Melasma Spot Treatment


Picosecond laser is the best laser to treat Melasma with. This is because the Picosecond laser creates photo-acoustic energy to help clear the melasma without the heat. Our device is designed to treat this condition and it wont expose your skin to any unnecessary heat that can damage your skin. The treatment for melasma should be done 4 weeks apart and we recommend 3-5 treatments, with a maintenance treatment every 6 months.

cherry-angiomas Spot treatment


At least 3-5 treatments within 3 weeks apart. Maintenance recommended every 6 months.

Pico laser spot treatment


For brown and dark sport. At least 3-5 treatments within 3 weeks apart. Maintenance recommended every 6 months.

Port-wine stains Treatment


Price can be decided after free consultation.




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how to get rid of sun damage on face?

Sun damage on the face can be treated through lifestyle changes, skincare products, and medical treatments. However, laser therapy is known to be the most effective method to treat sun damage. Using concentrated light can improve skin texture and reduce the appearance of sun damage, such as age spots, fine lines, and wrinkles.

Can I reverse sun damage on my face?

Yes, it's entirely possible. However, devising the right treatment plan before a consultation is impossible. Instead, a skincare professional can examine your skin and discuss your best options after listening to your concerns.

what is a brown spot?

A brown spot is a discoloration or skin patch that appears brown or dark. Causes include sun damage, age spots, melasma, freckles, and moles. In addition, sun exposure and hormonal changes can trigger these spots. To determine the cause and rule out any medical issues, consult a doctor if you have a brown spot that concerns you.

what is melasma?

Melasma is a skin condition characterized by dark, patchy discoloration on the face, especially on the cheeks, forehead, nose, and upper lip. Melasma is more common in women, especially during pregnancy, and is often triggered by hormonal changes, sun exposure, and specific cosmetic products.

what is a port-wine spot?

A port-wine stain, or PWS, is a type of birthmark that appears flat, red-to-purple skin discolored. This is because overgrown blood vessels cause an accumulation of blood in the affected area, leading to visible discoloration. Unlike other birthmarks, PWSs are present at birth and do not go away. The stain's size, location, and severity determine the appropriate treatment. In addition, topical creams, laser therapy, and other medical procedures may help reduce its appearance. For a proper diagnosis and treatment plan, see a doctor or dermatologist.

what is cherry angioma?

A cherry angioma is a common type of benign (noncancerous) skin growth that appears as a small, bright red, dome-shaped bump on the skin. They are clusters of small blood vessels most often found on the trunk, arms, and legs. The exact cause of cherry angiomas is unknown, but they tend to occur more frequently with age and are more common in people with a family history of the condition.


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