Do you dream of a more youthful appearance? Victoria’s Cosmedi Spa would like to help you transform your dream into a reality with a facial rejuvenation treatment.

Both the pleasures and stresses of life, along with the simple passing of time tend to cause our skin to appear older. The signs of aging and sun damage are typically most visible on a person’s face. While numerous treatments exist to improve various facial flaws, from simple creams to major surgeries, skin specialists have always sought dramatic improvement with low risk and minimal downtime.

Photo rejuvenation

Photo rejuvenation is a non-invasive treatment that improves skin damage with minimal disruption of the skins surface, hence minimal downtime. Intense Pulsed Light/Laser/Radiofrequency  can simultaneously treat a wide range of concerns, such as broken capillaries, skin discolouration, age spots, freckles, mottled pigmentation and the signs of Rosacea.

Whilst some lasers and I.P.L.’s treat red spots and others treat brown spots there are many other modes of treatment for rejuvenation of facial skin.

This treatment aids in the long-term improvement of complexion and texture of the skin and all with minimal interruption to your busy lifestyle. Learn more about treatment from our FAQS below.

Facial rejuvenation FAQ’s

What conditions can be treated?

Imperfections from sun damage, age, spider veins, pigmentation, enlarged pores and dull complexions are all suitable for treatment. Facial imperfections or abnormalities can detract from your well-being and appearance, no matter how healthy and young you feel. This technology improves both the superficial and deeper skin layers and rejuvenates the skin while at the same time delivering beneficial thermal energy to deep tissue.

After a series of treatments (usually three for rejuvenation) you can see a significant reduction of unwanted pigmentation and the appearance of smoother, revitalised skin. The same treatment can be used on the neck, chest and hands.

How is the Photo-Rejuvenation procedure performed?

  1. A gel is applied to the treatment area and you will be given dark glasses to protect your eyes from the bright light.
  2. The smooth glass surface of the hand piece is gently placed on to your skin and pulses of light are applied. You may feel a slight sting, like the snapping of a small rubber band.
  3. An anaesthetic cream may be used, but is seldom required.
  4. Treatment is generally administered in a series of procedures that provides excellent long-term results, minimal adverse effects and high satisfaction.

Each treatment for a full face takes about fifty minutes.

Are multiple treatments necessary?

Depending on the number of conditions you are treating, and the severity of the individual problem, a series of three to six treatment sessions may be recommended. You can return to work the same day and resume most of your regular activities. By dividing the full program into several treatments, the procedure provides gradual improvement with very low risk and it preserves the wonderful minimal downtime feature that people appreciate so much.

 

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