Photorejuvenation - a dermal non-ablative skin rejuvenation therapy, which is based in particular  The procedure for skin rejuvenation
 change in the dermis and epidermis in response to electromagnetic radiation of high intensity light sources.

The operating principle of the procedure is to use a broadband or monochromatic light pulse aimed at the target chromophores (hemoglobin, melanin, coarse fiber structure) of the skin. With the correction of photorejuvenation main manifestations of photoaging, reduce skin turgor, vascular disorders, dyschromia.

Indications for the procedure of rejuvenation:

  • Spider veins;
  • Dark spots;
  • Enlarged pores;
  • Photoaging of the skin;
  • Uneven complexion.

To begin the rejuvenation procedure is recommended for the detection of the first age-related changes in the skin of the face, neck, décolleté, changing the structure and color. In the opinion of rejuvenation it is a fast and safe way to restore elasticity, to tighten the skin and eliminate its weaknesses.

Using a non-ablative photorejuvenation both methods (method of influence on the skin, which does not violate its integrity) allows the therapeutic effect on the skin, stopping the recurrence of herpes, accelerating the healing process, to eliminate acne and acne.

The operating principle of the device for skin rejuvenation

The principle of the device for skin rejuvenation technology is the use of pulsed light energy for fast and effective removal of skin imperfections: aging, age spots, etc. Controlled pulses of light of the length and power, which is enough to perform a specific task, to penetrate through the filter and are absorbed by the skin chromophores - melanin and hemoglobin. This will eliminate only skin disorders (spider veins, spots), the surrounding tissue is not damaged.

Rejuvenating treatments using high-tech equipment allows to use the deep layers, stimulating them to collagen, is "revitalizing" effect on the skin cells.

The procedure for skin rejuvenation

With age, the skin collagen production decreases, which leads to her sagging, the appearance of "crow's feet" around the eyes, facial wrinkles first. Under the influence of high light in the process of "heating" of the epidermis occurs more collagen production in large quantities, which contributes to improvement of the skin: it is smoothed, it becomes more elastic, soft, expanded and large pores are narrowed. On the same principle happens when you remove the epidermis rehabilitation of scars, scars, acne treatment.

During the procedure, photorejuvenation, the purpose of which is to remove spider veins or age spots on the treated area of ​​skin cooling gel is applied, through which you must carry out a pulse of light. To protect your eyes from the bright flashes of light and a specialist, and the patient wear protective eyewear.

Before and after photorejuvenation any discomfort does not appear: The procedure is not accompanied by pain symptoms. Time of session - about half an hour. The rehabilitation period is required.

The possible consequences of the procedure, according to the reviews rejuvenation may be a slight reddening of the skin, self disappear within 2-3 hours. Upon completion of doctor treating the epidermis causes the skin softening cream or spray and makes recommendations for home care.

To maintain the results of photorejuvenation is desirable to repeat the procedure every year. In the opinion of rejuvenation is suitable for all skin types, it is a contraindication to the session deep tan body.

Recommendations before and after photorejuvenation

Specialists  Photorejuvenation carried out in goggles
 not advised to use a solarium for 2 weeks before and after the procedure. Upon completion of the session rejuvenation recommended:

  • Apply to the treated areas of skin Fenistil gel or panthenol;
  • Use sunscreen at least 14 days after completion of the procedure;
  • Limit the amount of makeup on her face;
  • If possible, avoid visiting baths, swimming pools, saunas within 3 days after the session.

Contraindications for rejuvenation

Rejuvenation procedure has the following contraindications:

  • Connective tissue diseases (systemic lupus erythematosus, scleroderma);
  • Cancerous and precancerous conditions of the skin;
  • Diabetes;
  • Increased sensitivity to sunlight;
  • Metal prostheses;
  • Reduced immunity;
  • Infectious skin lesions in the places alleged treatment;
  • Hemophilia - a disease associated with bleeding disorders;
  • The tendency to form keloids;
  • Heavy flow of essential hypertension;
  • Herpes;
  • Feverish state;
  • Diseases of the eye (glaucoma, cataracts);
  • Atopic dermatitis, psoriasis localized in the intended treatment zone;
  • Mental illness and epilepsy;
  • Hormonal diseases, disorders of the thyroid gland, causing excessive growth of hair on the body;
  • Pregnancy;
  • The period of breastfeeding.

Absolute contraindications to rejuvenation is the presence in the patient pacemaker.