Photo Rejuvenation

Photo Rejuvenation

The term "photo rejuvenation" refers to skin treatment process in which intense pulsed light, or continued led light is used to treat acne, sun burn, wrinkles and enlarged pores. Photo rejuvenation treatment is the latest addition to the skin care and treatment techniques which is highly effective.

Photo Facial Rejuvenation is one of the best ways to improve your skin's appearance and have a more youthful and brighter glow. It can also improve abnormal skin conditions like Rosacea, hyper-pigmentation, acne scars and broken capillaries. Photo rejuvenation can be used for treating the facial skin as well as neck, hands and chest. The process only takes a few minutes - 15 to 45 minutes the most. 

To achieve the best results, the procedure should be done for 5-8 weeks, depending on the size of the area to be treated. A 3-week interval minimum should be observed for continuous healing and improvement of the skin. You can also have it once a year at least, after the desired result is achieved.

Are there any adverse effects?

Photo Facial Rejuvenation is proven to be safe and effective for most and there are minimal cases of negative effects.

When you have a Photorejuvenation facial treatment, your skin will appear red and flushed, but won't be burned or scab as with laser treatments. This will usually only last for a matter of minutes and, for some, a few hours after your session. If you have stretched or sagging skin, you may be a bit puffy as well. If you have had any brown blotches worked on, you will notice them go darker and eventually fall off. In some rare cases, patients do get some blistering that also heals not long afterwards.

Photorejuvenation facial therapies are milder on the skin than laser treatments and are perfect for people who does not yet have deep wrinkles or over stretched skin. It heals a lot faster and you only require maintenance about once a year after your program is complete. You will definitely see improvements in the appearance of fine lines, veins and blotches after Photorejuvenation therapies.