Laser rejuvenation (photoeuvenation) is an improvement (lifting) of the skin structure, reduction of pores, removal of pigmentation and reduction of wrinkles all at the same time. Overall, the skin looks renewed.
How is the procedure performed?
The laser emits light pulse and causes a slight tingling feeling. The procedure activates blood flow, stimulates fibroblasts, which stimulate the production of collagen and elastin fibers, makes the skin more resilient and smooth.
What result can be expected?
This procedure cleans the skin and strengthens it. Laser rays do not damage the skin surface, act in deeper layers of the skin and promote collagen formation, making the skin more resilient, wrinkles become less deep. Also the laser rays slow the aging of the skin, enlighten pigmentary stains, strengthen capillaries. It is suitable for facial pink damaged skin, as well.
How many procedures can be needed?
The number of procedures depends on the condition of the skin and your expectations, but usually the treatment itself requires 3-6 procedures. o maximize effect, we recommend skin rejuvenation procedures with the MeDioStar NeXT laser combined with Raylife radio frequency therapy. The recommended interval between treatments is from 4 to 6 weeks.
How will the skin look after the procedure?
There is a reason why the procedure is called “lunch break”. After it, your activity will not be limited because the surface of the skin is not damaged. Sometimes after the procedure, the skin is red, but the redness is slight and passes within a few hours. The next day you can use the usual skin care and decorative cosmetics.
Is the procedure painful?
The procedure is painless, the patient may feel a mild tingling or a feeling of warmth.
Important to know
Before the procedure
It is recommended to avoid exposure to ultraviolet radiation at the site of the proposed treatment at least 4 weeks until the treatment starts (no solar exposure / solarium), i.e. the planned treatment site should not be tanned.
After the procedure
- If the scabs are formed, do not touch them;
- Avoid intense sun (solarium) for at least 6 weeks. If you need to spend more time outdoors, use sunscreen (SPF 25 or more);
- If you notice skin irritation or other skin reactions that are not mentioned here, please first contact the doctor who performed the procedure!
Side effects and complications
Medical treatment procedures are never without risk. Typically, this treatment is characterized by a few complications:
- Depending on the size of the damage, after treatment, skin redness, swelling and / or a feeling of warmth may be visible;
- Scabs or blisters can be formed; they cannot be manipulated;
- In extremely rare cases, small scabs or skin cracks can be formed.