Photorejuvenation is now an entry-level whitening and rejuvenation project in the medical and beauty circle. When photorejuvenation is widely welcomed by the public, some people still don’t trust photorejuvenation freckle removal and worry that it will do great harm to the skin. So, will photon rejuvenation and freckle removal really hurt the skin?
The formation of plaque is related to many factors. Chloasma has a family genetic tendency, and genetic susceptibility is one of the main factors of chloasma. Ultraviolet radiation in sunlight is considered to be the main factor causing the occurrence and aggravation of chloasma. UV irradiation can activate the function of melanocytes. Long term UV damage will damage the epidermal barrier, increase the release of inflammatory cytokines, stimulate the increase of tyrosinase (the key enzyme of melanin synthesis) activity in melanocytes, and promote melanin synthesis and transport.
In addition, chloasma is related to estrogen and progesterone. Estrogen can stimulate melanocytes to secrete melanocytes, and progesterone can promote the transport and diffusion of melanocytes.
Photon beauty is a non exfoliative beauty technology. Its main function is whitening, rejuvenation and so on. It also has the meaning of “photon rejuvenation” in the beauty industry. Clinically, it can be used for skin rejuvenation projects such as painless hair removal, eye repair, acne removal, fade color spots, and improve telangiectasia.
The principle of photon rejuvenation has two aspects. On the one hand, the photochemical effect of intense pulsed light on the skin can chemically change the molecular structure of collagen fibers and elastic fibers in the true inner skin layer and restore the original elasticity. In addition, its photothermal effect can enhance the function of blood vessels and improve blood circulation, so as to achieve the therapeutic effect of eliminating wrinkles and narrowing pores; On the other hand, because the pigment content in the diseased tissue is much higher than that in the normal skin tissue, the temperature difference after light absorption is also higher than that in the skin.
Using the temperature difference between them, the blood vessels of the diseased tissue can be closed and the pigment can be decomposed without damaging the normal tissue, so as to achieve the effect of freckle removal. Therefore, as long as the corresponding preparation measures are taken before the operation and the appropriate hospitals and doctors are selected, the operation will generally not cause great harm. Its advantages: (1) small side effects. (2) Non traumatic. (3) One therapy can treat multiple diseases at the same time. (4) The postoperative recovery is not fast.
So how about the effect of photon rejuvenation?
Generally speaking, Photorejuvenation can last for about 12 months, but it still needs many times of treatment to achieve the desired effect. Influencing factors: the effect and maintenance time of different patients after treatment will also be different according to personal physical condition, operation specifications, postoperative nursing and other factors. Effect changes over time: the effect of photon rejuvenation will gradually fade over time.