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Photorejuvenation

Reduce Age Spots And Uneven Pigmentation With Photorejuvenation

Did you know pigmentation can affect how old we look? Even more so than wrinkles! Photorejuvenation is one of our most popular anti-aging skin treatments. This procedure uses Intense Pulse Light (IPL) to treat numerous skin conditions such as age spots, freckles, sun spots, and redness caused by rosacea or broken capillaries.


Photorejuvenation also stimulates collagen and overall skin rejuvenation, resulting in brighter, younger-looking skin. Because who doesn’t want a brighter and more even complexion?

Photorejuvenation Can Improve And Reduce The Appearance Of:

  • Uneven Skin Tone
  • Age Spots
  • Brown Spots
  • Sun Damage
  • Chronic Facial Redness
  • Broken Blood Vessels/Capillaries

After your skin is cleansed and prepped, our Laser Techs will deliver precise amounts of light energy through your skin’s surface to dramatically lift and fade uneven pigmentation and skin damage.

Our technicians are highly trained and experienced in choosing the correct depth and duration of the light pulse based on your individual skin type and the condition we’re treating. This ensures your treatment will be safe yet effective.

 

Benefits Of Photorejuvenation

  • Most Effective Treatment For Sun-Damaged Skin
  • Most Effective Treatment For Redness
  • Non-Invasive
  • Little To No Discomfort

Photorejuvenation isn’t just for your face; we often use this procedure to treat other areas like the back, chest, arms, and hands. Book a complimentary consultation with one of our Edmonton photorejuvenation specialists to determine if a photorejuvenation treatment is right for you.

Treatment Details:

  • Treatment Time - 45 Minutes
  • Recommended Intervals - 1-3 Treatments, 4 Weeks Apart
  • Recovery Time - Minimal

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Schedule a Photorejuvenation Appointment at Our Edmonton Skin Clinic

If you're looking for a safe and effective way to rejuvenate your skin, get in touch with our team today. To book a complimentary consultation, you can reach out to us online through our online contact form, or you can give us a call at  (780) 481-9772.

Photorejuvenation Cosmetic

How to I prepare for my Photorejuvenation Treatment?

Please avoid using self-tanners or tanning for 2-4 weeks prior to your treatment. If you will be exposed to the sun, wear sun protection. If your skin is too tanned, we may have to reschedule your appointment

Avoid using any exfoliants, Retinols, Vitamin A, Tazorac, Glycolics for 5-7 days before to your treatment.

Is this treatment good for melasma?

Unfortunately, there isn’t a permanent cure for this hormonal condition, which is often triggered by birth control, pregnancy, and even heat. Here at Glo, we don’t treat Melasma with any of our lasers. The reason? We’d be treating a light and heat sensitive condition with light and heat. Although the initial results of a laser treatment on Melasma are great, the pigment will often reappear weeks or months later, sometimes worse than when you first began. Instead, we recommend chemical peels.

Is Photorejuvenation painful?

There may be some mild discomfort during the treatment. Most clients describe the feeling as a slight sting or ‘snap’. There is usually less discomfort with subsequent treatments as your skin becomes clearer. We do our best ensure you’re as comfortable as possible and many clients tolerate photorejuvenation with no problem.

When can I expect to see results?

Everyone’s skin is different. The number of treatments we recommend will depend on the condition we’re treating and the severity. However, most often we’re able to achieve optimal results with just one treatment.

  • For Treatment of Pigment: Within 24-48 hours of your Photorejuvenation Treatment, your pigment will ‘pop’ to the surface, appearing darker with a ‘coffee ground’ effect. Over the course of the next 5-10 days these pigmented spots will slough and lift off. Following your treatment(s), it’ll be important to wear sun protection and avoid excessive sun exposure. This will help maintain your results.
  • For Treatment of Redness: Within 24-28 hours of your Photorejuvenation Treatment, your redness will appear darker. It may even have a slight blue hue in some areas. Over the course of the next 7-10 days, your body will reabsorb these vascular areas resulting in a more even complexion and reduce redness.

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