Is it possible to combine photorejuvenation with chemical peels and in what sequence to combine these procedures.
Our face, neck, cleavage and hands are the first to betray our age. After all, these are open areas of the body that are primarily exposed to ultraviolet rays and harmful environmental factors, and in combination with a natural decrease in the production of collagen and hyaluronic acid in our body, it leads to a significant thinning of the skin, the formation of wrinkles and creases, pigmentation - clear signs of chrono - and photoaging. Smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, unhealthy diet accelerate the aging process.
Photorejuvenation and chemical peels
Photorejuvenation and peels are two completely different procedures that are located in different segments of aesthetic medicine, have different mechanisms of action, but they perfectly combine and complement each other.
Photorejuvenation is a device-based treatment using broadband light that effectively combats chrono- and photoaging, including:
- lightening and removal of pigmentation (solar lentigo, freckles, age pigmentation, etc.)
- removal of pathologically dilated vessels (rosacea, rosacea)
- shrink pores, acne treatment
- boosting collagen production
- prevention of aging
Photorejuvenation is a non-invasive procedure during which thermal energy stimulates the synthesis of elastin and collagen fibers, which are responsible for the natural firmness and elasticity of the skin, and also improves blood circulation, metabolism and tissue trophism. The tone of the face is evened out due to the effect of light energy on melanin and hemoglobin.
Improvements in quality can be observed for a long time after completing the course of procedures. And regular annual courses are a reliable prevention of age-related aging.
A huge advantage of the photorejuvenation procedure is that several issues are comprehensively resolved at once. Photorejuvenation fights the first signs of skin aging, vascular pathologies, dyschromia and the problem of loss of skin elasticity and firmness, and is also used to combat rashes (acne).
Chemical peels are rightfully considered one of the significant discoveries in cosmetology, as they have a wide range of applications. The skin is the largest organ of our body, which works throughout our life - 24/7. Throughout this time, there is a continuous renewal and replacement of keratinized cells with new and healthy ones. This is an important and necessary process, since together with keratinized skin cells, harmful and toxic substances are also removed: dust, microbes, decay products.
With age, and in some cases hereditarily caused, the processes of renewal and repair slow down, the first signs of age-related changes appear on the skin: dryness, mimic wrinkles, pigmentation, dilated vessels, decreased skin elasticity and turgor, closed pores, blemishes. Therefore, the skin needs additional care that will help accelerate renewal, normalize keratinization, and stimulate the production of elastin and collagen.
Chemical peeling is an ideal solution that in a short time will help to establish functional processes in the skin, accelerate cell renewal and give the skin a glow. Chemical peels are effective in the treatment of pigmentation, acne, acne, hyperkeratosis, the first and pronounced manifestations of skin aging, relief disorders - post-acne, scars, stretch marks, etc.
Who is photorejuvenation and chemical peels suitable for?
Photorejuvenation and chemical peeling procedures have no age restrictions. These techniques work well together and complement each other. Rarely does the skin show signs of only one type of aging, usually a combination of different problems.
When pigmentation is combined with wrinkles, photorejuvenation will eliminate age spots, and chemical peeling will even out skin texture and eliminate wrinkles, leaving the skin fresh, even tone and rested.
The combination of rosacea with wrinkles is also an indication for a combination of procedures. At the same time, photorejuvenation will remove pathological vessels, and peeling will reduce wrinkles and strengthen the skin barrier, which will prevent the appearance of vessels in the future.
Each case is unique and requires an individual approach. To draw up an individual treatment plan, during the visit, at the consultation stage, we always carry out skin diagnostics. Analysis of the characteristics of the skin and its condition allows you to see what is inaccessible during a routine examination, make up a reasonable and predictable treatment, as well as track the positive dynamics from procedure to procedure.
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