The principle of photorejuvenation is to improve the texture and radiance of the skin by sessions of exposure to a source of light, such as light intense pulsed (IPL) , or to certain lasers or soft lights of the LED type. These devices, which do not come into direct contact with the skin, act directly on the cells of the epidermis.
The sessions are quick and painless, allowing recovery just as quickly and without streaks. Their effect is immediate but transitory. Therefore, they must be repeated to maintain the result. As this technique only acts on the epidermis, we recommend coupling it with others that act more in-depth, such as Microneedling or even fractional radiofrequency.
This technology is aimed at people whose skin has become thinner with age and who have dark spots, visible blood vessels, or large pores. The face, décolleté, back of the hands are the areas most effectively treated by photorejuvenation.
A health check-up with our specialist esthetician is necessary before starting a treatment. She will examine your skin and your medical history or current treatments, in order to establish a suitable protocol if the conditions are met.