NIRA Pro Anti-Aging Laser Reviewed with Dr. Green at TZR
Is NIRA’s Pro Laser Worth It? As always, it depends. But as part of the overall strategy, it can help, as “these lasers are minimally invasive and use heat technology to stimulate collagen production underneath the skin to diminish the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots, and acne scars— and improve skin texture and tone,” says Dr. Michele Green, M.D. in the Zoe Report today.
It might not be as powerful as an in-office laser option but “the NIRA Pro uses laser light to generate heat, radiofrequency devices use safe, low-frequency electromagnetic waves to heat skin cells,” says Dr. Green. It also depends how you use it, and advise from a dermatologist is important here. In this case, Dr. Green advised the writer to pair her laser routine with ingredients I already frequently use: vitamin C and retinol. “Additionally, sunscreen should always be used after this type of laser treatment to protect the skin from UV damage and to maximize results, as excessive sun exposure can lead to the premature development of fine lines, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation,” she says.
Find how well it worked at https://www.thezoereport.com/beauty/nira-pro-laser-review