Laser photorejuvenation (non-ablative "no burning")

non-ablative laser rejuvenation

In the fight against serious signs of skin aging: wrinkles, age spots, spider veins, the laser photo rejuvenation method is very popular. In addition, light waves help treat skin problems such as severe pigmentation disorders, rosacea (redness of the skin) and acne.

The term laser rejuvenation means a method of correcting skin changes based on the action of the light flux on the problem area. The non-ablative rejuvenation method is unmatched in its effectiveness.

Laser, photorejuvenation is one of the revolutionary methods that allows you to renew your skin and remove its blemishes without compromising the integrity of the surface. Unlike other techniques, non-ablative rejuvenation is not traumatic. The healing effect is carried out through light that glides smoothly over the skin and gently affects its layers.

Indication

  • Aging of the skin (decreased elasticity, tone, wrinkling).
  • Solar hyperkeratosis (rough skin, uneven pigmentation due to excessive sunburn).
  • Pigmentation (freckles, age spots).
  • Spider veins, red streaks and freckles on the face.
  • Rosacea (rosacea) and acne.

Laser photorejuvenation allows you to:

  • Achieves skin rejuvenation, improving its tone and elasticity.
  • Smooths fine wrinkles.
  • Improves color, evens out skin tone.
  • Normalizes metabolic processes and mechanisms of skin cell division, activates collagen synthesis
  • Makes the effect of acne less noticeable; narrows the pores.
  • Remove skin defects: pigmentation (age spots and freckles), vascular tissue
  • Speeds up metabolism by increasing blood circulation.

How does the laser photorejuvenation procedure take place?

During this procedure, the wavelength of light is constantly changing, due to which a dual effect is achieved: short and medium waves act on the upper "old" layer of the skin, removing it, removing it, and long waves penetrating inward. layers, where they activate metabolic processes in the skin , and accelerate the production of collagen, the substance that gives skin its strength, leading to natural skin rejuvenation.

To achieve a significant effect, laser, photo rejuvenation procedures are carried out several times; The total time in which the skin is exposed to light is from 30 minutes to 8 hours. It should be noted that the time interval between procedures should be 2-4 weeks. Exposure to the skin with light leads to the fact that the patient has a weak burning sensation and a slight redness which is completely natural. At the end of the procedure, they pass on their own; redness can be removed by applying panthenol to the skin. In addition, during the day after the procedure, it is worth protecting the skin from exposure to direct sunlight.

Benefits of laser photo rejuvenation

  • Simplicity and ease of use, which means it is suitable for people who lead an active lifestyle.
  • There are almost no side effects, the possibility of carrying out the procedure on any part of the body, even with very sensitive skin (usually with the help of light, the skin of the face, neck, hand décolleté is rejuvenated).

Laser photo rejuvenation features

It is recommended to start laser photorejuvenation from the moment the first wrinkles appear, from about 30 years of age.

As clinical experience shows, the results of laser photorejuvenation are most pronounced in women aged 40-65 years. The course consists of 6-8 procedures with an interval of 2-4 weeks. During this time, small wrinkles disappear, and large wrinkles are smoothed out. Furthermore, collagen begins to be produced by itself and in the required amount, so the skin looks very young and toned.

Very often, even one laser procedure, photorejuvenation provides a visible reduction in the depth of facial wrinkles, and the next one will permanently improve the result.