Photorejuvenation treats minor and superficial pigmentary and vascular problems on the face. These include hyperpigmentation, freckles, lentigo, telangiectasias, couperose, rosacea and erythrosis.
The SRA handpiece combined with the Elos Plus device uses a wavelength of 470 – 980 nm and two types of energy, bipolar radiofrequency and intense pulsed light. This state-of-the-art technology enables an efficient and fast treatment with long-lasting results.
Skin aging begins as early as age 20. This process begins and forms in various ways depending on each person’s body. Skin sagging, elasticity loss, dehydration, loss of overall glow, dilation of small vessels in the face and the appearance of spots, wrinkles and fine lines are some examples.
The main way to slow down the harmful effects of the sun is through photo protection. The use of a sun block is the most important measure to avoid premature aging.
Before starting a medical aesthetic treatment, it is important to have a consultation in order to openly discuss your goals and expectations. Our team will assess the treatment options, the number of sessions required, as well as the benefits and risks associated with each procedure. Since every single person responds to the treatments differently, all the details on this site, including photos showing our clients’ clinical results are provided for information purposes only and do not constitute a guarantee of the results in any way.
Frequently asked question
How does a photorejuvenation treatment work? At your first appointment, you will be seen by an experienced technician who will explain all the steps of the treatment and assess your overall health. A physician will then authorize treatments for pigmented or vascular lesions.
How much does a photorejuvenation treatment cost? We offer two types of photorejuvenation treatments. This treatment is performed under medical supervision and requires a physician’s prescription, which you will obtain at your consultation appointment.