What you need to know about photorejuvenation treatment

What is photorejuvenation?
IPL is an advanced high-tech beauty program that uses a specific broad-spectrum color light to directly irradiate the skin surface. It can penetrate deep into the skin, selectively act on subcutaneous pigments or blood vessels, decompose pigmentation, and close abnormality. At the same time, photons can also stimulate the proliferation of subcutaneous collagen. Therefore, for daily skin care, photorejuvenation is the best choice.

What can photorejuvenation do?
Intense pulsed light can quickly and effectively decompose facial pigment particles, improve the overall quality of the skin, and effectively improve acne, wrinkles, enlarged pores, and photoaging skin. The intense pulsed light generated by photorejuvenation can produce photochemical effects on the skin, restore the original elasticity, stimulate the fibroblast precursor cells to secrete more collagen, smooth fine wrinkles, and enhance the firmness of the skin. In addition, photons can penetrate the skin without damage, and are selectively absorbed by the pigment groups in the tissue and the hemoglobin in the blood vessels, without damaging the normal tissue cells. It is destroyed and decomposed, so as to achieve the effect of freckle whitening and redness removal.

What is the principle of photorejuvenation?
Simply put, photorejuvenation uses a broad spectrum of strong light to directly illuminate the skin surface. The target chromophores such as melanin, hemoglobin, and water in the skin can absorb the corresponding wavelength bands in the strong light, thereby reducing telangiectasia and reducing pigmentation. Spots, reduce wrinkles, reduce the purpose of hair.

It’s called a “photon” because light has wave-particle duality – it can be said to be either a light wave or a photon. Photonic skin rejuvenation uses intense pulsed light (IPL), which can be thought of as the intense light emitted by a light bulb that emits intense light. Laser light is a single wavelength, while intense pulsed light is a broad spectrum (band). IPL uses filters or coatings to filter out light with shorter wavelengths to get the final spectrum we want.

Not everyone can do photorejuvenation
1.Those who have received within one month or are likely to receive sun exposure after treatment;
2.pregnant women. Pregnant women are a group of people who are physically and psychologically in an extraordinary period;
3.Patients with epilepsy, diabetes, and those with bleeding tendency;
4.Severe heart disease and high blood pressure patients;
5. The scar constitution and the skin of the treatment site are infected. People with scarring constitution may not be wounds, just scratching or mechanical stimulation may form keloids, and the stimulation of strong light may trigger the same reaction.

People with the above conditions should not do photorejuvenation.

What symptoms do I need to seek medical attention immediately after photorejuvenation?
If there is a brief flushing and short-term burning sensation, which improves within 1 to 2 hours, no special treatment is required; if scabs and blisters appear, it will take 5 to 10 days to heal, so it is necessary to go to the hospital in time to find a doctor to deal with.

Post time: Apr-28-2024