Photofacial - Anti-Aging Skin Care Treatments for Removal of Age Spots and Vessels

Photofacial - Anti-Aging Skin Care Treatments for Removal of Age Spots and Vessels

Photofacial skin care treatments, also known as IPL, Card for Intense Pulsed Light, are highly effective, no downsides, safe methods to remove pigments or brown spots and excessive or broken blood vessels from the facial skin. Brown's stains, broken blood vessels around the nose, chin and cheeks are classic signs of sun damage and aging of the facial skin. Brown stains, often called aging stains, are caused by pigments produced by the skin to protect the skin against the harmful ultraviolet rays of the sun. New blood vessels grow into the skin in response to damage to the skin, first to wash damaged trash and later bring in healing factors.

Because our skin ages, the brown spots and broken blood vessels remain on the skin after the inflammation or skin damage has passed. These pigmented and red vascular stains create an aging varied appearance on the facial skin, called dyschromia, and is a sign of face erosion. Photofacial skin care treatments are the treatment of choice for benign skin skin pigmentation, age spots, brown spots and broken blood vessels and small red spots called telangiectasis on the face. Photofacial treatments are now preferred over laser treatments for these specific pigment and vascular lesions.

What causes age spots, sun spots, red spots, and broken neck and décolletage blood vessels?

Brown's stains and broken blood vessels around the nose, chin, cheeks, neck, hands and décolletage are classic signs of sun damage and aging of the skin. Brown stains, often called aging stains, are caused by pigments produced by the skin to protect the skin against the harmful ultraviolet rays of the sun. New blood vessels grow into the skin in response to skin damage from the sun. This process of new blood vessel growth is called inflammation.

The new blood vessels first take the blood into the face skin to wash out damaged skin cells and later take in dermatological factors.

Because our skin ages, the brown spots and broken blood vessels remain on the skin after the inflammation or skin damage has passed. These pigmented and red vascular stains create an aging varied appearance on the facial skin called dyschromia, which is a sign of face erosion.

Photofacial skin care treatments or IPL treatments are the non-surgical anti-aging skin care treatment for good-looking facial skin pigmentation, age spots, brown spots and broken blood vessels, the small red spots called telangiectasia in the face, hands, neck and décolletage. Photofacial treatments are now preferred over laser treatments for these specific pigment and vascular lesions.

How Does Photo-Facial or Intense Pulsating Light Work Non-Surgical Anti-Aging Skin Care Treatments?

Fotofacial or IPL anti-aging skin care treatments use a light flash of visible light, like the light of a camera flash to remove pigment and blood vessels non-surgical from the skin. This pulsed or flashed light differs very differently from a laser and in most cases less powerful and less dangerous the laser light.

I am using a Photofacial IPL machine called LuxGreen IPL manufactured by Palomar Medical Laser Company in Burlington, Massachusetts. Palomar Medical is the premier manufacturer of aesthetic laser and light-emitting devices in the world. LuxGreen Photofacial is the best photo-facial technology I've ever used. The LuxGreen Photofacial IPL is very efficient and is the most comfortable for you who are the patient of any IPL device.

Photofacial skin rejuvenation works by giving a flash of bright light through a filter that only allows a certain light color in the flash to pass through the filter and extinguish the skin. In the case of LuxGreen Photofacial, only light with a wavelength of 550 nm (nm = nanometer or one millionth of a meter, is the measurement of the green light wavelength in the visible light spectrum) to pass through the IPL filter and extinguish the skin.

The LuxGreen IPL 550nm light is selectively absorbed or absorbed by the brown pigment in an age range or the dark red blood of blood in a blood vessel. When the photofacial light energy is absorbed by the pigment or blood vessel, the heat of the photophacial or the IPL light destroys the pigment or blood vessel by heating.

This process is called target-specific photomolysis. A specific target, that is, a color, is heated (thermo) with a light (photo) beam and dissolves or destroyed (lysis).

Using color filters placed in front of the Intense Pulsed Light beam, a variety of colors can be allowed by treating many different skin conditions, including hair removal (LuxRed), acne (LuxViolet) and others.



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