Wrinkle reduction and skin rejuvenation using ND Yag Laser
A natural way to boost collagen
A long term lasting results
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Charcoal Laser™ cream is being applied to the face. The AW3® ND Yag Q Switch Laser shoot at the area causing no pain to the client. A 1320nm wavelength is being used in this treatment.
Skin rejuvenation is the treatment of sun damaged skin. Skin rejuvenation is used to boost the complexion, even out the skin tone, tighten pores, smooth out the skin texture and give a collagen boost within the skin. Skin rejuvenation is an excellent treatment to reverse the signs of aging.
The heat from the AW3® light is attracted to the melanin/oxy-haemoglobin in the blood. The heat reaction breaks down the melanin and coagulates the blood within the area. This then leaves the body through the lympathic system leaving the skin with a clearer complexion.
The heat that is also created within the epidermis and dermis, making the skin react as if it has had an injury. The blood and collagen rush into this area to repair it leaving the skin with a smoother appearance.
ND Yag Wrinkle therapy is a treatment of the skin to give the maximum collagen boost to push out even the deepest lying wrinkles. This treatment is to be performed using the AW3® ND Yag machines only, together with Charcoal Laser™ Paste to achieve maximum collagen boosting results.
The sensation will vary from client to client. The sensation that is felt depends upon the amount of melanin found in the skin. The sensation is described as a heat sensation and a few clients say it is light mild sunburn after the treatment.
Skin rejuvenation and wrinkle treatments will show mild redness of the skin initially after the treatment. This is a good sign the treatment has worked and sufficient heat has been pushed into the epidermis.
Pigmentation treatments will initially turn darker after the treatment and then a crusting may appear on the skin which must shed off naturally up to 10 days after the treatment. The skin will then appear more even in colour and the pigmented lesions would be lighter in colour.
On average 2-4 treatments at 5-6 week intervals are needed for the best results. Top up treatments may be needed in the future to maintain these results.