Everyone is already used to the widespread use of laser technologies in modern life. They made it easier to work in many areas of medicine and in particular in appliance cosmetology. One of the skin rejuvenation methods is very widespread today - it is laser rejuvenation or nanoperforation, which provides a smooth and smooth beam effect on tissues. Skin cells do not suffer any thermal damage. Therefore, such procedures can be performed all over the body, including the most delicate areas. Is this really possible?
The essence of the procedure
For about 20 years, laser nanoperforation has been actively used in cosmetology. During this period, the method managed to gain recognition among other anti-aging techniques. The main secret of its effectiveness lies in the cells' ability to heal, which was used by cosmetologists in developing this technology. It is performed using a special device.
Step 1. Preparation
- The skin is cleansed and treated with special solutions that make the procedure painless and more effective.
Stage 2. Laser Exposure
- A special nozzle splits the laser into a large number of microscopic beams;
- thus, an infinity of nanochannels are formed, through which the laser penetrates the skin tissue, leaving microdamage;
- the damaged areas of the skin begin to repair itself quickly, new elastin, collagen fibers and hyaluronic acid are synthesized in the cells at an accelerated rate;
- externally it doesn't look very attractive, as on the second day after the procedure, the treated area turns red and then peels off, but all that goes away quickly;
- after half a month, pink, youthful, toned and fresh skin will begin to appear.
Step 3. Final processing
- After the session, cosmetic or drug products are used to enhance skin regeneration.
Stage 4. Recovery period
- after the procedure, it is recommended to use sunscreen with a sun protection factor of at least 50 before going out on sunny days;
- you cannot manually peel flaky skin and speed up the exfoliation process;
- it is undesirable to apply decorative cosmetics to the treated areas.
Thus, there is a remodeling of the skin, which grows at an accelerated pace. Especially effective and invaluable is laser face nanoperforation, where, due to the different thicknesses and degrees of mobility of the skin, it is difficult to achieve 100% success. Most of the time, one session is enough, it only lasts 15-20 minutes and the effect is long term. However, for older women, the cosmetologist may recommend 3 or even 4 sessions 3-4 weeks apart. The final effect can only be expected after three months, when the skin is fully restored. Experts recommend doing laser nanoperforation once a year to constantly maintain good skin condition, using this method of rejuvenation as a preventative measure.
Indications for laser nanoperforation
Since the effect of a laser beam under this procedure is possible on any part of the body, not just the face, laser nanoperforation has a variety of indications:
- large age spots;
- heterogeneous, marred and opaque complexion;
- enlarged pores, higher fat content;
- deep age and expression lines;
- sagging, sagging skin;
- stretch marks;
- postoperative scars;
- uneven relief of the skin.
Especially in demand today is laser nanoperforation for stretch marks in women in the postpartum period, when you need to recover from childbirth and get yourself in order. As for age restrictions for laser nanoperforation, if indicated, it is performed after 25 years of age. But the ideal age to achieve a quick and tangible effect is the age of 50 to 55 years. In addition, the cells' self-repair capacity is already impaired, therefore, after the procedure, small vascular networks or even deep wrinkles may remain. But age restrictions aren't the only contraindication for these rejuvenation sessions.
Laser nanoperforation: contraindications
When laser nanoperforation is prohibited: the contraindications for this procedure can be very different, and they are many. This is because it is inherently traumatic, and the degree of skin regeneration varies from person to person. For some, self-healing will occur at a rapid pace, while others will have to wait for results longer. Typically, physicians do not allow patients to have these sessions in the following cases and with the following diagnoses:
- fungal, viral and bacterial skin lesions;
- infectious diseases;
- disturbances in the functioning of the endocrine system;
- diseases of the circulatory system, blood vessels.
If these contraindications are not followed, laser nanoperforation can cause serious damage to the skin, which after that may not recover. A large area of redness can remain for a long time and will require more serious cosmetic interventions. Therefore, when deciding on such a rejuvenating procedure, you should not hide your illnesses and conditions from the beautician, which can become an obstacle for the sessions. It may be worth it to heal, wait a while, and go back to this technique again, which has many advantages.
The advantages of the technique
If you understand all the nuances of this technique and at least superficially familiarize yourself with the rest of the rejuvenating technologies that modern salons offer women, laser nanoperforation has a number of clear advantages.
The use of this laser technology is an opportunity to perform rejuvenation procedures as efficiently as possible, without pain and without any discomfort. That's why today more and more women are choosing laser nanoperforation to restore youth and beauty.