Starting around age 25, our skin’s natural regenerative process begins to slow down. The properties that keep it firm and supple begin to decrease along with the skin’s ability to hold on to hydration—a double whammy on the road to looking older.
As the years go by, the skin becomes ever more delicate and sensitive, providing a less effective barrier against harmful free-radicals; making it dry, tight, and even red. Hormonal changes later in life contribute to these negative changes; loss of collagen, elastin and subcutaneous fat lead to a dryer and looser appearance. Add in the reduction of blood vessels, and your skin gradually loses its youthful color and glow. The sun and other weather conditions don’t help matters—they also factor in; creating dryness, wrinkles and changes in pigmentation.
Put all that together and quite simply, you’re dealing with parched skin, expression lines and wrinkles, reduced elasticity, sun marks, pigmentation and vascular changes. Yikes! Sounds dire, doesn’t it? Keep reading, because there’s good news…
What is IPL Photrejuvenation?
During IPL photorejuvenation, small pulses of light are applied to the skin—it’s then transformed into heat. This heat stimulates the creation of new elastin and collagen coils, restoring the elastic networks under the skin. The effect is increased elasticity and luminosity, as well as a light filling out of the skin. The end result is a younger, more brilliant skin that is noticeable from the first treatment!
Over the course of a complete treatment, your skin will feel firmer and smoother, and its tone will even out. Watch your blemishes, age spots and sun damage, and fine lines fade into nothing more than a bad memory. Your skin’s texture and overall complexion will improve dramatically–and there is no down time or recovery period. Areas that can be treated are the face, neck, chest and hands.
Two Steps to Shine.
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