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Medical Aesthetics-Photon Skin Rejuvenation

Acne, acne marks, spots, fine lines, red blood streaks, enlarged pores, dull skin...

Using one bottle after another for skin care products, the effect is not good;

Perhaps, you have heard of the entry-level project in the medical aesthetics-photon skin rejuvenation?

It is said to be able to dispel acne and freckle, whiten and brighten skin, anti-aging, and reduce pores. It is also known as the miracle of saving bad faces, the all-round medical beauty project.

But at the same time, someone will ask:

Is it really that useful?

Does it hurt?

Are there any side effects?

Is it suitable for me?


Today, we are here to uncover the secrets of photorejuvenation.

The principle of photorejuvenation:

Photorejuvenation is intense pulsed light, which is essentially the same as ordinary light. Compared with sunlight, it filters out harmful ultraviolet rays and most infrared rays, and retains the spectrum with a wavelength of 500 to 1200 nanometers.

Broad spectrum, can take into account a variety of treatment effects


➊ Helps lighten spots and brighten skin tone

Based on the principle of selective photothermal action, the superficial pigment particles on the skin explode instantly after absorbing the energy of the photon, and form a crust as the skin changes and then fall off. Most of the superficial spots, such as freckles and sun spots, can be significantly diminished by 3 to 5 photon treatments.


❷ Helps to seal blood streaks and reduce sensitivity

Photons can be selectively absorbed by the oxidized hemoglobin in the blood vessels to produce strong light and heat effects, which are transmitted to the vascular endothelial cells, so that the expanded capillaries are gradually closed, which is effective for red blood threads, sensitive skin, rosacea, acne marks and other skins. The redness problem is more friendly.


❸ Helps remodel the original and delay aging

Acting on the skin tissue can produce photothermal and photochemical effects, so that the collagen fibers and elastic fibers in the deep layers of the skin are rearranged, so as to improve the skin rejuvenation effects such as improving fine lines and fine pores. However, it usually takes "multiple exposures" to keep the face younger.


Does it hurt? Are there any side effects?

There will be a slight tingling sensation during the process, but most people can tolerate it.

However, the first treatment is relatively painful, and subsequent treatments will improve with acne, acne marks, stains, red blood streaks, etc., and the skin is gradually tolerated, and the tingling sensation will become less and less. The time for one treatment and subsequent skin care is within half an hour.

It's not so much a side effect, it's better to say that there will be some redness, slight tingling, hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation after finishing the procedure. Most of these conditions will improve in the short term, so don’t worry too much.


Is it right for me? Who can't do it?

Those who want to improve acne, acne marks, fine lines, dullness, chloasma, freckles, facial flushing, red blood streaks and other problems can try.


However, if you have the following 3 conditions, it is not recommended to do photorejuvenation, or make a decision after evaluating with your doctor:

Light sensitivity (people who have skin erythema and itching after sun exposure)

Pregnant women;

People who are taking isotretinoin and other drugs.


Will it cause the skin to become thinner?

Its selective photothermal effect can accurately destroy the target skin lesions in the skin without affecting normal skin tissues, so it will not cause skin thinning.

On the contrary, proper treatment can also activate the regeneration and repair of skin stratum corneum cells, which not only does not make the skin thin, but also increases the thickness of the skin.

For more information about photorejuvenation, you can click this link, and our clinical department will answer all question about it.

Post time: Jan-13-2022