Photo Genesis can be used on any sun damaged area of the body especially the face, neck, chest, hands, legs and back.
Good candidates for this procedure are people with freckled, discoloured, red blotchy skin or those with poor skin texture and/or large pores. In addition, this is a very effective treatment for the redness or dilated blood vessels and the flushing of Rosacea.
How does IPL Photo Genesis work?
Photo Genesis selectively treats the red or brown spots on your skin. It’s the heating and destruction of the pigmented brown or red cells that causes the therapeutic effect. The superficial heating also causes dilated capillaries, which are responsible for the flushing and diffuse redness of Rosacea, to shrink. Rosacea is a chronic condition and cannot be cured, however its appearance can be improved.
When should one start IPL Photo Genesis?
With the advent of photo rejuvenation devices, virtually any patient in their twenties or above can be a candidate for improving their complexion and brightening their skin.
How can IPL Photo Genesis give back a youthful appearance and help the aging process?
One of the most common signs of aging, is the appearance of a mottled complexion with sun spots and splotchy skin to redness due to enlarged vessels or capillaries. The new concept today is to start with photo rejuvenation devices early so as to prevent the deterioration of skin colour as one gets older .Virtually any patient in their twenties or above can be a candidate for a little brightening of their skin with a Photo genesis treatment.
What To Expect after IPL Photo Genesis?
Immediately after the treatment, brown spots will start to darken and your skin may be slightly red. Within one to three weeks, the darkened spots will flake off and fade. Diffuse redness or spider veins will decrease and your mottled complexion will improve. Rosacea is a chronic condition and cannot be cured; however its appearance can be improved and maintained with PhotoGenesis treatments and the appropriate topical skin care regime. Remember to always apply a broad spectrum sunscreen when outdoors to minimize sun damage, especially after a light-based procedure.