Laser lifting uses the action of the first non-ablative Q-Switched fractional laser on the medical market.
Very short high energy pulse technology has found its way into the fight against the signs of aging. Reduction of wrinkles, skin remodelling, collagen regeneration are the main tasks of the energy transmitted deep into the skin in the form of a fractional beam in the Q-Switch technology.
Why is it worth it?
Laser lifting is a multipurpose device: it levels wrinkles, improves skin quality and condition, and delivers a controlled portion of energy deep into the skin without damaging the epidermis. It is an ideal treatment for sensitive skin around the eyes, neck, lips, hands or decolletage, which guarantees fast treatment with no anaesthesia and no convalescence period.
What do you need to know?
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Treatments with the Laser lifting give results similar to a strong chemical peel or laser resurfacing. A unique feature of the Laser lifting treatment is the fractional technique of operation, which does not cause ablation of the skin. By avoiding damage to the outer skin layer, the treatment is virtually painless and, what is important, allows the patient return to their daily activities almost immediately.
The course of the treatment is as follows: Cleansing the skin Putting on the eye protector Start of the treatment (flash like impulse) - during the treatment, the patient may feel a burning sensation and warmth when the impulse is released Duration of the treatment varies depending on the area of skin being treated.
Intensive moisturising and oiling of the skin, use of sunscreens
Pregnancy, breastfeeding, malignant tumor, photosensitising drugs and herbs, photodermatosis (diseases aggravated by light), vitiligo, psoriasis, epilepsy, blood coagulation disorders, tendency to develop keloids, active skin infections at the treatment site (fungal, viral, bacterial), treatment or period of 6 months since the end of taking vitamin A derivatives (Roaccutan, Izotec, others), fresh suntan, bronzing lotions, self-tanners
The treatment can be performed with prior anaesthesia, but pain sensations should not be particularly bothersome, so the procedure can be performed without anaesthesia.
Yes, the treatment should be repeated at intervals of 2 weeks.
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