Photo Rejuvenation – Non-Surgical Facelift… and a whole lot more!
What is Photo Rejuvenation?
Photo Rejuvenation is a procedure that uses an intense pulsed light system to lessen wrinkles, blemishes, rosacea, spider veins, pore size and sun damage. Photo Rejuvenation improves the skin by working beneath the epidermis to increase collagen and tighten the skin. The intense pulsed light is attracted to both blood supply and melanin and removes unwanted facial veins and sun damage from the skin. Our system offers a whole lot more than just skin tightening as other systems proclaim!
The best part is no down time! You can return to work or your scheduled activity immediately after having a treatment.
What is Photo Rejuvenation?
Men and women of all ages with mild to moderate wrinkles are a candidate for Photo Rejuvenation. Patients with irregular skin tone, large pores, sun damage, facial veins and sunspots are pleased with the procedure to improve skin tone, tightening and quality. Photo Rejuvenation will tighten the skin, lessen the lines and wrinkles and reduce redness and vessels on the face and neck. Some patients have noticed an improvement with acne breakouts as well.
See The Results For Yourself: Photo Rejuvenation Before and After Photos
Frequently Asked Questions
What body areas can I get treated?
Any area, except directly around the eyes. The face, neck, chest, arms, hands, legs, etc. can all be treated quickly and safely.
What are Photo Rejuvenation treatment sessions like?
Quick and easy! After your initial preparation, your treatment provider will move the pulsed light handpiece over your skin. The handpiece emits a light that breaks up the pigment in the lesions. Most people perceive the light as a gentle "snapping" sensation, which causes little to no discomfort.
What should I expect after treatment?
Pigmented lesions will darken slightly after treatment, and then fade away after about 10-14 days.
Vessels (visible veins) generally undergo immediate graying or blanching and the surrounding area may redden. The vessels then fade after about 10-14 days.
Most people experience some mild temporary redness, similar to a sunburn, in the treated area shortly after treatment. This does not interfere with normal activities and usually subsides within a day.
What is the difference between Photo Rejuvenation and laser treatments?
Pulsed-light systems and laser are very similar and treat lesions in basically the same way. However, the Photo Rejuvenation process uses a new technology that removes lesions much faster than lasers. Plus with this technology, we are able to customize your treatment due to the multiple handpieces to insure a treatment that is specific to your concerns. Photo Rejuvenation treatments can fit even the busiest person's schedule.
We all want clear skin, but nature has a way of sabotaging us with frustrating imperfections. Luckily, photofacial technology has been growing in leaps and bounds, culminating in the Photo Rejuvenation process.