Skin Irregularities - GONE!
We have the most exciting treatment available to date for Ambiance!! We are thrilled to be able to bring to Launceston a brand new procedure to finally be able to treat conditions that in the past even doctors have not had an answer for.

Dry ice often treats an area larger than required as it is not precise enough, and sometimes there just hasn't been a suitable answer to a cosmetic skin 'problem' or concern. 

Well now there is!

Our Lamprobe/Skin Classic Machine has been purchased from America to bring affordable non-laser treatments for minor skin imperfections. Great for treating pigment, sun spots, capillaries, milia (little hard white "pearls") sebaceous hyperplasia (look like a white "donut") seborrheic keratosis, skin tags, cholesterol deposits and much more.

The treatments are quick, some in virtually 3-5 seconds, non-invasive, and precise, barely touching the skin. We can see this technology fast becoming one of the most wanted procedures at Ambiance due to the efficacy , lack of side effects and the ability to return straight to work without discomfort. 

While skin resurfacing modalities, such as IPL and microdermabrasion are available today to smooth and rejuvenate the skin, most of them do not remove these skin irregularities.

What can I expect?
The skin will be white immediately after the treatment however over the following days small scabs will form and the skin will heal up underneath resulting in new skin appearing anytime from days to weeks after

What is the recovery like after the procedure?
You can return to your normal routine immediately after treatment. There is no downtime. Healing can take a couple of days to a week. Slight redness or a small scab can sometimes be expected. Makeup can be worn straight after treatment

How Much? 
Individual lesions -$25
15 mins - $60
30 mins - $100

What are the risks? 
This treatment is virtually risk free. It is very quick, precise and nearly pain free, just a bit like a pinch.
You would be strongly encouraged to not pick or scratch any scab to prevent hyper-pigmentation or scarring.

What can be treated?

  • Skin tags
  • Cholesterol deposits (xanthelasma)
  • Sebaceous hyperplasia
  • Seborrheic keratosis
  • Cherry angiomas
  • Milia
  • Clogged pores
  • Pigmented lesions
  • Cysts
  • Warts

Some lesions may need a doctors check first before treating