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Using photorejuvenation or rejuvenation of the skin, which belongs to the most sort-after treatments today, the skin on the whole face, neck, décolletage, back and back of the hands can be gently revitalised (rejuvenated). In a complex way, photorejuvenation contributes to removal of fine and deeper wrinkles, stretch-marks, skin imperfections such as pigment spots, enlarged pores, acne caused by bacteria and spider veins, etc. using the high-quality AureliA IPL medical device.
Ageing is a natural condition and its manifestations, often depending on genetic predispositions and are less or more visible, resulting in loss of elasticity and collagen in the skin, thereby obtaining slack and wrinkled skin, including mimic wrinkles.
Photorejuvenation as one of the gentlest methods for rejuvenating the appearance, using IPL, interferes with collagen fibres by thermal action and therefore initiating the regeneration process of skin cells to create new collagen fibres, including the healing process. Luminous energy doses are very low with IPL AureliA, so the photorejuvenation is without risk as well as damage to the surrounding epidermis.
Thanks to its versatility, photorejuvenation is suitable for all of those who are struggling with rough, unclean and reddish skin, excessive age spots and sunspots, scars, wrinkles and for those who prefer more gentle and natural treatments rather than more strenuous surgical treatments.
Photorejuvenation is suitable for anyone who wants to improve their look and structure of the skin, including the first signs of ageing, while reducing the size of pores without having to undergo a complete surgical procedure.
Photorejuvenation is carried out as a day-case procedure, without anaesthesia; for more sensitive patients, an anaesthetic cream or local anaesthesia may be used. A beam of light energy penetrates into the skin tissue where it warms the collagen fibres without breaking the dermis. By shrinking the cells of the fibrous tissue, new collagen fibres are stimulated and the skin is tightened and smoothed; the regeneration process is initiated in the subcutaneous region. When treating distended veins they become confined and gradually absorbed, while the treatment of acne scars causes the destruction of the bacteria that causes the problem.
The treated area shows slight reddening after the procedure, which disappears within a few hours. Depending on size of the treated area, the procedure takes approximately 30 minutes and the patient can continue with in his/her work and social life without limitation.
Photorejuvenation slows down the ageing process, boosts confidence, improves the condition and appearance of the skin, and reduces contours. Nowadays, it’s one of the unique treatments in the aesthetic medicine thanks to its safety without the need for surgical interventions, its effect of both rejuvenation and smoothing, together with the renewal of the collagen and elastin fibre production. The procedure can be combined with other aesthetic treatments, including laser, botulinum toxin application and chemical peeling, etc.
To rejuvenate ageing skin, tonic and brighten the skin, improve its texture, reduce pigment spots and acne marks or pockmarks, photorejuvenation is a safe and gentle procedure without the need for hospitalisation and anaesthesia – designed for a healthy patient without inflammatory and infectious processes or dermatological problems.
Before treatment, it’s advisable to discontinue acetylsalicylic acid-based medications and cut down on smoking.
Following the photorejuvenation treatment, the skin may be reddened, however, this should disappear within a few days. A cold compress can help. The treated area should be lubricated with moisturising creams; use gentle alcohol-free make-up removers to clean your face. After the procedure, it’s recommended to avoid sunbathing, visiting saunas and tanning salons, to protect the skin with high-quality sunscreens with a high UV filter, preferably SPF 50+, for 2 months. Final healing occurs within 2 weeks. Because of the gradual new collagen formation, the final result is gradual, it’s maximised in 1–3 months. To improve the effect, it’s recommended to repeat the photorejuvenation procedure 4–6 times, but not earlier than after 4 weeks.
The resulting photorejuvenation effect is permanent, but due to continuous ageing, hormonal changes and changes in lifestyle, there are signs that can be removed in this way after a few years.
Collagen fibres form the basic structure of the body and skin. With their gradual loss due to age and the predispositions to restore it, wrinkles are created, which past as well as future generations fight against. Photorejuvenation solves almost all skin imperfections to achieve perfection – in strengthened, brighter, clean and durable skin.