The sun, time and the environment often make an appearance on your skin in the form of uneven pigmentation, age spots, broken capillaries and rosacea, leaving your skin looking less than radiant. These blemishes can be distracting and embarrassing.
But the damage inflicted on your skin can be corrected, thanks to photo rejuvenation.
It Begins with a Consultation
If you’re considering photo rejuvenation, you’ll first meet with Dr. Lee. He will examine the area to be treated and talk about your goals for the procedure, as well as lay out a treatment plan.
Be prepared to share your medical history, including previous surgeries, medical conditions, drug allergies and current medications.
Your Photo Rejuvenation Procedure
Photo rejuvenation uses intense pulsed light to heat and destroy just the areas of discoloration, allowing your skin to build a fresh, smooth layer in its place. The light stimulates your tissue to produce collagen, the protein that forms the connective tissue of your skin. This minimally-invasive procedure requires little downtime and has few side effects.
Photo rejuvenation often works incrementally to erase skin damage. Multiple treatments (usually six) are often necessary to achieve the best effect. But you can look forward to a noticeable improvement with just one treatment.
You may experience some short-term redness after photo rejuvenation and even some mild bruising. You will need to avoid harsh cleaners after your procedure. Your skin will be more sensitive to the sun after photo rejuvenation. Consistent use of sunscreen is strongly advised.
Your Photo Rejuvenation Results
Look forward to debuting better-looking skin! And Aspire offers a line of remarkable products that can help you maintain the results of your photo rejuvenation. By avoiding cigarette smoke and sun exposure and eating a skin-friendly diet, your results will be long-lasting. Maintenance treatments can help you avoid the continued effects of aging and exposure.
Enjoy a fresh-faced, more youthful appearance with a smooth, even complexion. Photo rejuvenation can erase problems with pigmentation, broken capillaries and rosacea and restore your best skin.