What is Laser Photo Rejuvenation used for?
- Laser Photo Rejuvenation treatments are most commonly used for:
- Lightening and removing “sun spots”, “age spots”, and brown blotches on the face, neck, chest, hands and other areas of the body
- Lightening and reducing redness, rosacea, dilated blood vessels and “broken” blood vessels on the face, neck and chest
- Improving skin texture through collagen stimulation and pore size minimally by temporarily reducing oiliness
How does it work? The Laser Photo Rejuvenation device emits a range of light waves that are then tuned and targeted at hemoglobin (the red blood cells in the blood vessels) or melanin (the brown pigment in freckles and age spots). The light beam damages the vessel wall or fragmenting of melanin pigment. These tiny vessels and the melanin pigment are then absorbed by the body, rendering them less visible.
Treatment zones The treatment is suitable for the face and body.
Is the treatment painful? There may be mild discomfort during the treatment. As your skin begins to clear, the treatments usually become even more comfortable.
Contraindications Injured skin, pregnant women, use of photosensitive drugs, eg Roacutan or Tetracycline, patients who have light-stimulated diseases, such as epilepsy, vitiligo and psoriasis, patients with a history of cancer.
Sessions We recommend a course of a series of 3-5 treatments, usually one every three to six weeks to achieve best results.
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