The facial wrinkles and stains decrease the female self-esteem for leaving the skin marked and lifeless. To give back the balance and vitality to the skin, you just have to resort to the intense Pulse Light and LED/LASER technologies, the real Limelight! Just like in the famous Charles Chaplin movie, is the light that enriches and illuminates every woman.
It is known that is the light that gives life to the natural beauties, and on the esthetic it comes up to restore the health and integrity of the skin. As the years go by, the collagen fibers, which sustain the skin, decrease, and the deposition of melanin on the skin becomes irregular. Through cosmetic medicine is possible to reverse and eliminate these bothering signs of time.
According to the HTM scientific consultant Thaís Rodrigues “The phototherapy is the most recommended method to light the stains and rejuvenation. This therapy works with the most recent technology in light emission, and guarantees the best results, painless and without the need of a recovering time after the application”, she says.
It is important to understand that each technology has different mechanisms, but both aim to obtain the same results on the treatment of stains and wrinkles. The LED and LASER, through photobiomodulation, activate the fibroblasts responsible for the production of elastin and collagen. On the other hand, the intense Pulse Light (IPL) uses the selective photothermolysis, a technique that destroys promptly some structures of the organism, preserving the others.
Many esthetic clinics on the country already count on intense Pulse Light equipment, such as Light Pulse and photodynamic therapy, like Fluence. These devices were developed to perform diverse protocols, among them the facial rejuvenation, elimination of wrinkles and treatment of stains.
Both of them have a painless and non-ablative method, which means they do not harm the skin. Are recommended, in average, 5 facial session with Light Pulse and 10 sessions with Fluence. The indications may vary according to the clinical picture and evolution of each patient.