The idea that laser heating stimulates collagen production first appeared in the United States. Currently, the laser is actively used in cosmetology - it not only eliminates the signs of aging, but stimulates the skin to renew itself!
The effect of the laser causes thermal damage to the skin, which leads to its inflammation, but for cosmetology this is a definite plus, because in this way the body throws all its strength in the fight against the source of inflammation, which means that there is a restructuring of damaged tissues. skin cells are replaced with new and young ones. Skin cells begin to synthesize collagen intensively and nutrients from the blood come to them, which help to renew the skin.
Laser thermolysis also removes skin imperfections that are not related to age, such as scars and scars, age spots, enlarged pores. The technique consists of point evaporation of the layers of the skin, but only of the superficial or middle layers, depending on the problem. For example, if it is necessary to smooth out wrinkles, then the surface layers of the skin are subjected to coagulation and if a laser auxiliary effect is needed in the treatment of acne, then the middle layers of the skin are subjected to coagulation.
The main purpose of the laser thermolysis procedure is to get rid of wrinkles. But in fact, acne and post-acne are also excellently treated with a laser, as the laser has anti-inflammatory properties. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia and lasts about 20-25 minutes. After the end of the thermolysis, redness and swelling appear on the skin, which is a normal reaction. The recovery period lasts about a week, after which the skin condition should return to normal.
Indications for the procedure
- wrinkles on the face, neck and décolleté;
- loss of skin elasticity;
- enlarged pores;
- acne scars;
- age spots and age spots.
- improves skin tone, refreshes the complexion;
- the skin becomes more tender;
- wrinkles are smoothed, fine wrinkles disappear;
- spider veins disappear;
- the smallest vessels are removed;
- the pigmented lesions disappear;
- scars and skin defects are eliminated;
- the effect lasts up to 5 years.
- pregnancy and lactation;
- active herpes;
- inflammation of the skin in the area of laser exposure;
- oncological diseases;
- severe cardiovascular disease.