Could At-Home Laser Peel Work For You?

Becky Worely tests the anti-aging procedure that could save you money.
3:00 | 02/19/14

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One of the most popular and powerful anti-aging procedures but they've meant a pricey visit to the dermatologist until now so we asked "Gma" contributor Becky Worley to try out a couple of new at-home laser treatments to see how they work like you really need that at all, Becky. Good morning to you. Good morning, robin. How do I get these assignments? I mean, yes, I'm north of 40 and the crow's feet are creeping in but should a laser at my face? Okay. ♪ how do they do it? Genetics? Probably. Botox? Maybe. Laser peels. Stars in general get a lot of treatments done. Reporter: Determine toll is charge thousands of dollars for fractional laser treatments that slightly damage the subdermal layers of the skin to heal those areas, the body produces collagen and collagen is what makes skin look supple and firm, no wrinkles so now this, at home laser devices. They cost less than 500 bucks. The fda cleared devices for at home anti-aging laser treatments use fairly similar technology as what we use in our office. Reporter: But the intensity is turned down so the company says when used as directed you shouldn't be able to burn yourself. One of the newest products is the trial age-defying laser. The trial age defying laser is clinically proven to treat multiple signs of aging. Okay, here goes. Ooh. It feels like hot rubber bands stinging my face. It's redder. Definitely than this side. And it's stinging a little bit but not excruciating. The device beeps when it's time to move on to another area of the face. Now, besides the 500 bucks you invest, you also have to invest serious time. When I was using it I definitely felt that pri icprickleing sensation. There are devices that are cheaper and take less time. Like the facefx from zillion. $200 and this he say it takes three times a week for a month. No stinging. No little pinpricks. Don't know if it's doing anything. You won't get the same results as you would for a $1,000 intense laser treatment in a doctor's office. But you can get results similar to those types of more mild in office treatments. Reporter: So for those who are seeking younger-looking skin and the flexibility of dermatology type treatments at home, these are convenient. I've been using the trial age-defying laser for about two weeks now and it's just too soon to tell if it's really working. But I do think something is happening. Mostly because it hurts. My face stings for like 15 or 20 minutes after each treatment. That said it doesn't freak me out the way it did when I first used it. It's not like I feel my skin is damaged from it. That said, well then I think I'm just going to make peace with my crow's feet. They mean I laugh and smile a lot, right? Yeah, means you're from Hawaii originally and have a lot to be happy for and when you get north of 50 then we'll talk, okay? North of 40, why, I ought to. Hey, Becky, thanks for taking one for the team as always.

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