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Skin Rejuvenation Treatments for the Whole Body

Hard as we by try, getting rid of acne and scars is an impossible feat to accomplish using just skincare creams and tonics. Fighting the signs of aging, such as wrinkles and and sagging skin is also a challenge for many people. Understandably, few cosmetic products truly have the power to radically improve the appearance of your skin. If you want real skin rejuvenation, the gold standard in skin rejuvenation remains the CO2 DOT Laser.

Highly customizable, non-invasive, and very fast-acting, CO2 DOT Laser treatment is ideal for getting rid of past surgical scars, acne, wrinkles and crow’s feet. Problems with uneven pigmentations such as sunspots and brown patches of skin also are treated using this technique.

The Madonna Peel

Also known as Light DOT laser treatment, the Madonna Peel uses short but tightly spaced laser pulses to remove unwanted skin pigmentations while brightening and smoothening the skin. It is named after the pop star because it is believed she used the treatment to keep her skin smooth while ridding it of blemishes.

The Madonna Peel treatment is generally for freshening up the appearance of the skin while keeping brown spots, sun spots, and other problems with pigmentation at bay. Only a single treatment is required at a time, and it takes 3 to 5 days for the skin to heal completely.

Classic DOT Laser

When it comes to resurfacing laser treatments, it doesn’t get better than the Classic DOT Laser. Using high-powered but widely spaced lasers, this treatment eradicates wrinkles, acne, black spots, and keloid scars on the surface of the skin. The more intense laser settings allow the treatment to penetrate deeper into the skin, causing more collagen remodeling, more skin tightening, and ultimately more wrinkle elimination.

To achieve optimal results especially with keloid scarring, three or more sessions placed 1 to 3 months apart might be necessary. Although the intensity can be varied considerably, higher intensity means more recovery time needed. With this treatment, collagen production continues for up to 6 months.

ScarLess DOT Laser

ScarLess DOT Laser is used to treat acne scars, surgical scars, and other keloid scars that occur on the skin. It is highly effective on all types of permanent marks on the skin. The laser uses the highest power settings, narrow beams, and short pulses to penetrate up to 2mm deep into the skin. This stimulates a lot of collagen production and tissue regeneration. Raised (keloid) scars can be further treated post-surgery using steroid injections and a special silicone gel.

If you experience redness following the treatment, you can either let it fade away or opt for IPL vascular laser treatment to alleviate it.

For many men between 45 and 60, erection problems, and may also be experienced by younger men. Fortunately, dealing with erection problems with minimal pain is possible thanks to modern medicine. PRP therapy is one of the most advanced natural treatments for erectile dysfunction. It is also highly efficient.

PRP therapy involves the assessment, extraction, and injection of concentrated blood platelets to dysfunctional penile tissue. PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma, and apart from platelets, it is rich in bioactive proteins that activate stem cells and trigger tissue repair.

PRP is safe and hypoallergenic since it naturally occurs in the body. It can be used to obtain optimal long-term results for both the penile tissue and skin, which benefits cosmetically from the increased production of collagen and elastin.

Following the treatment, patients can expect longer sexual performances and increased sensation. PRP can also improve the appearance of the penis and help to alleviate discomfort from prostate issues. Results may even vary from patient to patient, but typically, the procedure runs for 12 to 15 months. On average, only 1 to 3 sessions that are at least four weeks apart are necessary for the treatment to be effective. These periods may vary and may be fewer or more depending on the patient undergoing the treatment.

Skin needling is a type of cosmetic procedure that involves the scratching of the skin using fine, medical-grade needles. What this achieves is higher collagen and elastin production as the natural healing processes of the skin is activated. Skin needling is an essential skin rejuvenation practice that enhances the texture, suppleness, and complexion of the skin. It also reduces scarring on the body from acne or surgical procedures.

The process itself is fairly straightforward. Before commencing, hyaluronic acid serum enriched with vitamins B5 and B3 is topically administered. Once the needles create channels (controlled wounds) through the skin, this chemical is absorbed deep into it to stimulate the production of collagen. Local anesthetics prevent the patients from experiencing any pain although some pressure will be felt when the needles are in action.

Pinpoint bleeding, inflammation and redness should be expected during the first 36 hours following the treatment. Flaking, bruising, and crusting also occur, but not very often. Grazing and pustules are even far less common but a possibility nonetheless.

Following the procedure, most of the patients are advised to refrain from exfoliating, applying makeup (for at least 12 hours), exposing themselves to direct sunlight, visiting chlorinated bodies of waters, saunas, jacuzzis and hot showers, and using products with AHAs and BHAs, astringents, and vitamin A. They should also keep their skin well moisturized and refrain from vigorous exercise.

Skin needling is a suitable alternative to the more intrusive procedures such as laser resurfacing and medium-depth skin peels. Women and men of all ages with acne and scarring problems can benefit from the procedure.

You should avoid the procedure entirely if you’re pregnant, have a history of keloid scarring, use anticoagulant medication, experience even the lightest seizures, or have had radiation therapy recently. People with open sores and wounds are obviously not ideal patients for the treatment since it may aggravate their wounds and do more harm than good.