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Photorejuvenation

 
Photorejuvenation

Much more gentle than resurfacing or remodelling, photorejuvenation brings a real blast of oxygen to the epidermis. This helps even your skin tone and reveal a more youthful face.
This method doesn't use laser, it uses intense pulsed light (IPL). It can't be carried out on tanned skin because it lightens up your skin tone. Several wavelengths are combined to combat the different signs of aging skin: open pores, under-eye circles, blemishes and wrinkles.

Target: Tired, lacklustre grey skin.
How does it work? After the application of a cooling gel, the laser penetrates the skin and heats it lightly but well enough to stimulate collagen production.
Post-treatment: After a few sessions (with 3 to 4-week intervals), there's a noticeable improvement in the texture of the skin, as well as a reduction in the appearance of wrinkles, blotches and brown spots. This method doesn't damage the surface of the skin and you can return to work the same day, but sun protection is essential.
Result: Skin tone is visibly improved. Your face will be radiant, more even and look younger.
Price: from £200 to £450 per session.




  
  


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2008/09/27
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