Photo-rejuvenation

Photo-rejuvenation is a universal solution to the three main problems: pigmentation, appearance of enlarged vessels, relaxation, wrinkles.

The procedure is performed with an IPL (Intensed Pulsed Light) device, emitting light in a different spectrum using special filters. Into the skin, the rays interact with it and provoke beneficial bioactive processes.

Photo-rejuvenation clears thin cappilaries, some hyperpigmentations and stimulates collagen formation. The effect is visible facial refreshment, wrinkle removal and skin coloring. The complex effect of therapy and minimal recovery period make it one of the most popular procedures for facial rejuvenation.

Apart from photo-rejuvenation, IPL therapy can be used in the treatment of cuperosis, acne, some vascular malformations and hair removal.

IMPORTANT

Autumn-winter period is the most suitable for the procedure.

Specially trained and certified therapists guarantee the success of the procedure and its safety for the patient.

Aestheline Dermatology clinic works with high-quality IPL device of the leading manufacturer in the field of aesthetics BTL Aesthetics®.

What does the procedure involve?

The therapy consist of three steps:

After application of ultrasound gel, In the first step the filter for red colour (vesels) is used. In the second step, a filter and settings for clearing hyperpigmentation are used. The final step is the treatment with a filter and settings to stimulate collagen synthesis. During the procedure you may experience intense heating and slight pain. You should inform the therapist if you experience severe soreness, burning or other discomfort.

The duration of therapy is between 30-40 minutes.

What are the contraindications?

The procedure is appropriate in the autumn-winter season.

It is desirable to avoid exposure to sun or solarium at least 30 days before the procedure. Photo-rejuvenation is contraindicated for viral or bacterial skin infection. It is not recommended for pregnant women as well as for people with light sensitivity and epilepsy.

Immediately after the treatment, depending on the individual skin reaction, there is less or more redness, which occurs within 2 hours. Sometimes the treated hyperpigmentations become grayish and a slight swelling around them is observed, which persists for 1-2 days. The more pronounced hyperpigmentations can be covered with scabs 2-3 days after the procedure, which are cleared up to 2 days. Rarely, there may be darkening of the treated capillaries, which takes up to 3-4 days.

When does the treatment take effect and how long does it last?

The optimal effect of therapy is observed with the planned series of 4-5 procedures. Results are visible 2-4 weeks after the first procedure and are maintained for about a year, depending on the subsequent skin care and the regular use of sunscreen products.

What is the recommended post-procedure care?

For faster skin recovery, cold compresses can be used up to 2 hours after the procedure. Avoid washing with hot water and strong cleaning products during the first 24 hours.

In the first 3 days after the procedure, it is advisable to avoid swimming pools, spa treatments with heat, chemical peels and strong exfoliation.

Avoid exposure to the sun for at least 14 days after the procedure.

It is recommended to use a sunscreen product with SPF 50+ between procedures and at least 30 days after the last therapy.

How many procedures should I undergo and how often?

The recommended number of procedures is 4 or 5, which should be performed once every 3 or 4 weeks.

To maintain the result, it is desirable to make 1 or 2 procedures per year.