CO2 Fractional Laser

The principle of photorejuvenation

1) Biostimulation, that is, photothermal effect, can activate skin fibroblasts, increase the expression of procollagen III, and make dermal collagen fibers and elastic fibers produce changes in the molecular structure, increase in number, rearrange and restore their original Elasticity, so as to achieve the effect of eliminating wrinkles and reducing pores. Repairs photo-damaged skin and improves the appearance of the epidermis and dermis.
(2) Melanin in skin pigmentation and hemoglobin in dilated blood vessels can selectively absorb the energy of photons, resulting in photothermolysis, local temperature rise (> 80 ℃), which will be damaged, pigment rupture and decomposition, diseased blood vessels It is closed and gradually absorbed by the body and excreted from the body, while the surrounding normal tissues are not damaged. Elevated temperature also improves the microcirculation of the skin.
(3) Inhibit or kill Propionibacterium acnes and Demodex microorganisms in the skin.
Advantages of photorejuvenation:
While treating lesions, it does not cause damage to normal skin. The treatment process is simple and fast, without anesthesia and recovery time. After treatment, you can wash your face, bathe, make up, and work. These are in line with the current trend of cosmetic surgery. And can be combined with radio frequency skin tightening technology (radio wave skinning), injection cosmetic technology, cosmetic surgery (such as wrinkle surgery), complement each other, improve the quality of the skin, so as to achieve a better and ideal treatment effect.
Photorejuvenation is only mildly painful:
In photorejuvenation, contact cooling is used on the skin and cold gel is applied, which can provide effective cooling for the epidermis and relieve pain. During the treatment, there is a feeling like a rubber band flicking the skin and a slight heat sensation, without anesthesia.
Photon rejuvenation rarely causes irreversible damage to the body:
Photons cause no damage or only slight reversible damage to tissues with low pigment content, but irreversible damage to diseased tissues, showing a high degree of selectivity, and the correct operation rarely forms scars. Cold gel effectively protects the epidermis, reducing the likelihood of blisters and scarring. The penetration depth of photons is limited, and generally only reaches the dermis without causing damage to deep tissues. As long as you avoid looking directly at the beam, it will not affect your vision. During the treatment of the eye, the doctor will take certain measures to ensure that the treatment is foolproof. Photons are not rays and will not cause radiation damage to the body. Even sensitive skin is rarely allergic to photons.
Age of photorejuvenation:
IPL is suitable for patients of any age who can cooperate, and the treatments of different ages are aimed at different lesions. In general, photorejuvenation is particularly beneficial for improving early signs of skin aging.
Photorejuvenation requires multiple treatments:
Photonic skin rejuvenation is a process of gradual accumulation and gradual improvement. Under normal circumstances, a course of treatment requires 5 treatments, each with an interval of about 3 weeks, to obtain the best skin rejuvenation effect. In order to maintain good results, after a course of treatment, maintenance treatment can be carried out every 3 to 6 months.
The effect of photorejuvenation:
The photorejuvenation device uses many advanced technologies to increase the comfort of the treatment process and minimize the occurrence of complications on the premise of significantly improving the treatment effect. After photorejuvenation, the skin becomes whiter, smoother and more elastic, the pores are reduced, the sebum secretion is balanced, the acne is reduced, the pigmentation is lightened or disappeared, the wrinkles are lightened or disappeared, the skin flushing and telangiectasia are reduced. Most people who have undergone photorejuvenation are happy to recommend it to those around them.

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