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Laser skin rejuvenation is a non-invasive medaesthetic treatment designed to remove skin blemishes and stimulate increased production of collagen which works to improve overall appearance of the skin. These treatments are considered very safe, there are laser skin rejuvenation side effects but these are usually minimal and are easy to cope with.
Reducing Visible Skin Flaws There are several area of skin which can be treated using laser skin rejuvenation. Such treatments are administered onto facial skin, legs, arms, torso and hands. Facial treatments are naturally the most sought after laser skin rejuvenation treatments. This is because the appearance of our facial skin has great impact on how attractive we look. Smooth, wrinkle free facial skin makes us look young and healthy. Possible Laser skin rejuvenation side effects may vary between the areas treated and the type of skin blemish targeted.
The types of skin blemishes which can be made less visible, if not to altogether vanish, are: - fine lines around the eyes (or beneath them), wrinkles on the forehead or around the mouth. - scars in general and facial acne scars in particular. - sun damages. - birthmarks (such as epidermal nevi or linear). - enlarged pores (mainly on and around the nose). - liver spots (which tend to appear with old age). - Yellowish or grayish skin tones (also typical to aging skin). - Rejuvenating non-responsive skin which is the result of a facelift. - Skin lesions which are caused by rosacea, over pigmentation (which may be the result of over exposure to the sun), vascular lesions and more.
How Laser Rejuvenation Works In order to better understand possible laser skin rejuvenation side effects it is a good idea to learn a little about these treatments principals of operation. Laser skin rejuvenation is a type of photo-rejuvenation treatment, non-invasive skin treatments where some type of light is projected onto the area of skin treated. Other photo-rejuvenation treatments are IPL (Intense Pulse Light and IR (Infra Red).
Basically, laser skin rejuvenation is done by projecting a laser light onto the skin blemishes treated. The energy delivered causes the problematic cells to heat up and break down into substances which can then be absorbed and discarded via the blood stream. The blemishes treated are mostly found on the skin's surface, the "dermis", but the laser energy also heats up sub skin tissues (the "epidermis"), this causes increased collagen production which does wonders towards improving overall skin complexion.
The accuracy of laser enables physicians to direct beams very precisely . Different chromophores (the part of a molecule responsible for its color) are targeted when treating different types of skin lesions, for example hemoglobin chromosphoes are targeted when eliminating vascular lesions while melanin chrosphores are targeted when treating pigmented lesions.
Normal "Side Effects" As with many treatments (medaesthetic and others) undergoing them may involve enduring some unpleasantness. These are normal side effects which may be inevitable although their severity may vary considerably from one individual to another (even from one treatment session to another).
Laser skin rejuvenation side effects of this kind may be swelling, itching, lighter looking skin (new skin which has been less exposed to sun light), pink or red skin areas. These side effects are relatively mild and easy to cope with. Patients will be instructed by medaesthetic clinics' staff as to what steps to take, frequent moisturizing for example, using broad spectrum sunscreen, applying ointments (such as petroleum jelly), sometimes icepacks and other such measures.
How Safe is Laser Skin Rejuvenation? Since laser skin rejuvenation side effects are virtually insignificant and complications are extremely rare these treatments are considered very safe. It is important to undergo such treatments at clinics known for their highly qualified staff and top quality equipment, such as medaesthetic machines produced by leading manufacturers such as SharpLite.
Opting for lower quality practitioners or equipment may result in complications such as burns, scarring, changes in skin pigmentation and even bacterial infection.