Muscle Stimulator

Does photon rejuvenation hurt more effective? Or is photon rejuvenation more effective?

Does photon rejuvenation hurt? How many times does it work? Photon rejuvenation belongs to non exfoliative treatment, which generally does not need anesthetic treatment. It feels like needle pricking pain, which can usually be tolerated; After treatment, the skin will be slightly red, which can be eliminated by washing with water. In particular, the fundamental principle of “light therapy” is to stimulate the production of collagen by using the effect of “heat”; If the energy exposure is within the normal range, no special ice coating treatment is required. In addition, where there are color spots, the color will be darker and generally subside in about a week. To have an ideal therapeutic effect, each course of treatment needs 3-5 times of treatment, with an interval of 3-4 weeks.

After photon rejuvenation is completed, the skin will be tender all the way, become bright and white, and the color spots, pores and fine lines will disappear. Hospital propaganda, Photorejuvenation is like facial mask, often do, skin tender and not old.

What is photorejuvenation?

The scientific name of photon rejuvenation is intense pulsed light (IPL), which translates to intense pulsed light. When the skin is irradiated with intense pulsed light with a wavelength of 500-1200nm, different light segments can effectively deal with different skin problems.

It uses the “selective photothermal effect of light” to improve the condition of the skin. Our skin tissue has different absorption capacity for different wavelengths of light. To put it bluntly, what kind of problem will it absorb~

People with the following conditions are not suitable for pulsed intense light therapy:

  1. Beauty seekers who have received or are likely to receive sunshine exposure after treatment within one month;
  2. Pregnant women. Pregnant women are people who are physically and psychologically in an abnormal period;
  3. patients with epilepsy, diabetes, and those with bleeding tendency are seeking beauty.
  4. Patients with severe heart disease and hypertension;
  5. Photosensitive skin and people who are using photosensitive drugs;
  6. Recent oral isotretinoin;
  7. Patients with suspected solar keratosis or skin cancer;

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