What is Skin Rejuvenation?
Skin Rejuvenation is something many strive for when they see fine lines, wrinkles, large pores and loss of volume. Do you also want fresher-looking skin, less coarse pores, get rid of the fine lines and reduce wrinkles and blemishes? Laser Rejuvenation is the treatment for you.
The new revolutionary laser The GentleMax Pro ensures that skin aging and all associated features are reduced. How does laser work exactly? The laser is a light source that works at a certain wavelength, which creates heat in the deeper layers of the skin. The skin is intensively stimulated by this, causing pigmentation spots and blemishes to fade, dilated blood vessels to disappear and pores in the skin to become finer. The production of new skin cells is also stimulated and new collagen and elastic are produced without damaging the epidermis. The skin structure will improve and the face will appear healthier, fresher, tighter and younger.
Laser Rejuvenation can be repeated with a treatment frequency of 4 weeks depending on the skin condition and indication. By working in a course of an average of 3-5 treatments, deeper problems in the skin can be tackled. Think of scars, wrinkles and pigmentation. The number of treatments required varies per person and indication.
Practice has shown that the treatment of skin aging with the Duetto Mt EVO in combination with, for example, peelings or microneedling generates an extremely beautiful result.
Laser Rejuvenation can be used for all skin types with the following indications:
- Coarse pores
- Fine Lines
- Volume loss of the skin
- Redness and vascular disorders
- Acne scars
You cannot undergo the treatment if you have the following indications and/or characteristics:
- Pregnancy and breastfeeding
- Acute active infections (herpes simplex/cold sore) in the treated area
- Medication (antibiotics, prednisone, penicillin, isotretinoin/roacuttane/vitamin a cream and St. John's wort)
- Presence of a pacemaker
- Eczema and psoriasis in the treated area
- Tendency to keloid scars
- Raised lesions in the treated area (birthmarks)
- Tattoos in the treatment area
- Sunburned skin
- Recent treatment with chemical peel/dermapen in the treated area
- Skin cancer, radiotherapy and/or chemotherapy in the past 5 years.
Always wait two weeks to schedule a treatment after stopping certain medications. If you have any doubts about whether a certain medication can affect the treatment, always contact us.
Aftercare & reimbursements
You may feel some warmth after the treatment. In addition, redness can occur that often lasts 24-48 hours. Exposure to sunlight or tanning beds should be avoided during and at least 6 weeks before each (subsequent) treatment.
The area to be treated should be rubbed with an SPF 50 several times a day.
Avoid the sauna/hammam and swimming pool for 48 hours after the treatment.
Up to 24 hours after the treatment, intensive physical exertion and taking hot showers are not recommended.
Are you additionally insured? Then there is a possibility that the costs are partially or fully reimbursed by your insurance. Ask the skin therapist what your options are.
'Stop wishing for great skin, go get it'
Skin aging is a natural process, but it doesn't have to get in your way. As we age, it is also important to take good care of our skin so that it lasts as long as possible.
Ask the skin therapist!
Do you have a specific question about your skin, our products or one of our treatments? Our skin therapists are ready to answer all your questions.