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When it comes in picture? If you think your skin has got effected seriously from the UVA & UVB exposure & you look too old in your own skin, then we go for the skin tightening & rejuvenation treatment. Where photo rejuvenation is the most popular technique. What exactly is Photo Rejuvenation? Photo rejuvenation is a skin treatment where Intense Pulsed Light is absorbed by the pigmentation & dilated capillaries. It can be used for around 2-3 sessions to get the better results. It totally depends upon your skin texture & affected area. How it helps reduce pigmentation, Rosacea, blood vessels? IPL photo rejuvenation emits the lights of various wavelengths that are targeted to pigments, hemoglobin & blood vessels resulting into damaging them. Once this damage is done it can be absorbed into body fluid rendering them less visible. Treatment time & how long it takes to show results? Treatment generally takes 30 to 90 minutes. You may have to complete the series of 3-5 treatments with the time interval of 1 month between every treatment depending upon your damage or redness in the skin. What are the safety measures? You must avoid going in the sunlight bare skin for the 15 days before & after the treatments. Also, we advise our all patients to avoid the harsh skincare products, heavy makeups before & after the treatments. Don't go to bed with the heavy makeup on. Is it safe & sound treatment? Of-course. The advanced lights in the IPL photo rejuvenation treatments have been used safely for millions of treatments worldwide. These systems are intended to target the affected areas only leaving behind the surrounding area unaffected with the treatment. Everything You Must Need to Know About Photo Rejuvenation.pdf
The face is a canvas for makeup, and good skincare will keep your canvas in tip-top condition. Laura Mercier suggests five very simple steps for women of all ages to follow religiously in order to keep facial skin smooth and glowing, with or without makeup! Step 1: Never wear makeup to bed! Having grown up with some women who wore their makeup to bed, Laura has seen the toll it can take on the skin. Good cleansing can clear away a good deal of makeup, but Laura suggests also using a makeup remover especially for the eyes—one that conditions the eye area's delicate skin while removing all traces of makeup. Step 2: Cleanse thoroughly, morning and night, with a gentle cleanser or cream that doesn’t contain perfumes or harsh artificial additives. By cleansing, you'll eliminate dirt and clear your pores, letting skin breathe. Step 3: Rinse very well every time you wash your face. Splash, splash, splash the water over your entire face and neck until all remnants of the soap and makeup are down the drain. Step 4: Use an alcohol-free toner if you have oily skin to gently clear away excess oil and smooth skin. Laura says she "is against anyone using alcohol on their skin to get rid of oil." Alcohol is harsh and dries skin, which then causes oil glands to overcompensate by producing more oil. "Many women don't realize that skin can be oily and dehydrated at the same time," Laura explains. "If you've wiped all the oil away, your skin may appear dry while your oil glands are activating under the skin and ready to compensate for the dryness." continue
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