Photorejuvenation Skin Rejuvenation
Photorejuvenation is a non-invasive procedure to treat skin conditions associated with aging, sun damage, and active outdoor lifestyles.
Using broadband light (BBL), the following conditions can be precisely treated to visibly reduce signs of aging:
- Age and sun spots
- Small facial veins
- Several other forms of skin blemishes
Treatment is tailored to match the patient’s skin condition and desired results.
Before and After – Photorejuvenation Results
Before Photorejuvenation, many patients have prominent skin conditions on areas that are regularly open to sunlight.
The most popular Photorejuvenation treatments are for the:
- Back of hands
After the procedure, patients will notice targeted areas regaining normal skin colour as the conditions gradually deteriorate. Post-procedure redness and swelling is normal, ranging depending on the intensity of the procedure and existing damage.
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The procedure relies on BBL broadband light. This technology delivers gentle light energy to the skin, gradually heating it.
The targeted areas absorb the heat, which stimulates skin cells to generate new collagen. The energy can also reduce fine vessels that cause redness and unwanted melanin, which are responsible for pigmented lesions.
This process restores skin to its natural beauty, blending its colours to become smooth, vibrant, and younger looking.
Photorejuvenation is based on a series of treatments, which do not require topical anesthesia. Typically, patients undergo two to five rounds of Photorejuvenation. They are performed in intervals of two to four weeks.
This frequency should produce desired results. However, some patients benefit from additional treatments depending on condition severity.
Most patients can return to work and resume normal activities after a treatment session. This is because Photorejuvenation is a gentle and non-invasive procedure.
However, patients will be sensitive to ultra-violent light and must avoid sun exposure until fully healed. As well as using sun screen, patients will receive skin care products and instructions on how to use them.