Patches caused by acne
It helps to achieve a more glowy skin, improve the texture and tone, bringing back its softness and vitality. It you have active acne spots, this help to soothe them, reduce inflammation and reducing the size of the pores. It improves the overall appearance of the skin. Besides, it also stimulates the production of collagen and elastin.
What's the procedure like?
It consists of 5 phases and it takes around 40 minutes approximately
First, you apply a dermatological lotion in the form of a face mask of activated charcoal. The face mask is left on the skin for approximately 1 to 20 minutes. While the skin absorbs all the benefits, a laser helps to seal it thermally.
The thermal laser begins to steam up the activated charcoal face mask, removing a fine layer of the skin, making way to small amounts of laser energy into the skin.
The areas with the larger pores are identified and the laser is passed over them to reduce their appearance. If you have active acne spots this helps to close them and soothe them.
A thermal stimulation that helps the skin be more receptive to everything that gets applied to it later. During this phase, an ampoule with liposomes, vitamin C and E, is applied on the face and neck area. It helps to hydrate and regenerate the skin deeply, with antioxidant effects and luminosity.
On this final step, a solar protector with hyaluronic acid is applied and the process is completed.
Tattoos have gained popularity year by year, but as their popularity increased, the number of people who regret getting one has surged. A few years ago the only solution to this problem were really aggressive treatments that would produce unwanted side effects in the majority of cases. Luckily, science is advancing at a great pace, and nowadays there exists a laser specifically designed for tattoo removal, Q-Switched Nd: Yag. With it, it is possible to obtain incredible results, which will depend of a set of factors, the most important being how deep the ink is on the skin and its color. This is the most modern technology available to eliminate tattoos without leaving any marks or scars behind.
The application of the laser, gently dissintegrates the particles of the ink, which are then eliminated naturally by the linfatic system. The disappearance of the tattoo will be gradual and over several sessions.
It's not possible to determine the exact number of sessions needed beforehand because it depends on several factors, one of these is the depth of the ink, the size of the tattoo, the age of the tattoo, the way it was done, the intensity and the color of the ink as well.
Not all colors respond the same way to the laser treatment, so the dermatologist will determine if the tattoo is susceptible to be successfully treated with the “Q-Switched” laser. Black or dark blue tattoos, and those tattoos done poorly are the easiest and fastest to remove.
During the application of the laser, the patient will feel slight discomfort, perfectly tolerable. Immediately after the session, the treated zone will present inflammation. In the following days, slight scabs will appear which will eventually fall at aroun 10 to 15 days.
A month after the session, the skin will regain its natural aspect. Sessions will be repeated every 4 to 6 weeks, once the skin has recovered from the previous session. This way, the tattoo will gradually begin to fade until it completely disappears.
Carefully care for the wound that the laser causes, this is important so that a proper scarrring can produce, and to avoide side effects. The skin is slightly inflammed right after the laser application. A few days after, some scabs will appear and eventually come off naturally and they should never be scratched off.
Care for the wound consists of applying an antibiotic pomade twice a day, until the scabs come off naturally. Then a regenerative cream needs to be used, so that the skin is fully recovered. Your dermatologist will advise you on the best cream for you. IT is advised to avoid the sun and UV rays until at least a month after the laser session.
Side effects as a result of using the Q-Switched laser are rare. Among the side effects, occasionally you can present:
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