What are the different types of facial treatments available?

We have 3 different types of facial treatment available:

IPL(Intense Pulsed Light) – a light therapy used to treat spots, acne, wrinkles, freckle, pores, and unwanted hair. It also improves skin tone and helps stimulate collagen production.

RF(Radiofrequency) – a technique which stimulates collagen production in order to reduce the appearance of fine lines and loose skin. The areas that can be treated are neck, chin, under eyes, cheeks, upper arms, chest, stomach, and tights.

BIO Light – using LED light to treat skin problems.

Are Facial Treatments for you?

The treatment is for people who have skin problems such as acne, wrinkles, spot, pores, and sagging skin. Also, it is for people who want to get rid of hair.
 

What is the procedure for getting a facial treatment?

The area wished to be treated will be cleaned before a cool gel is applied onto your skin. The patient will be asked to wear dark glasses in order to prevent the light from the IPL machine. Then the light or wave is applied to your skin.
 

How long does it take to get a facial treatment?

The duration of the procedure depends on which part of your body is being treated and how large the area is. The treatment usually takes about 15-30 minutes.

How often should you get facial treatments?

The patient may need to have 4-6 sessions to get the desired result. The patient generally feels that the skin is smoother, the pres are more tighten, and marks fade after having 4-6 sessions.

The skin will need time to heal after each treatment, so the treatments should be spaced about 1 month apart. However, this depends on which treatment is chosen.

Are there any side effects from facial treatments?

Mild redness or swelling might occur after the procedure. This typically fades within a day or two. In very rare cases, these side effects occur: bruising, blistering, change in skin color, and infection.

Post-treatment recovery

To get the best result, it is recommended to follow these recovery tips:

  • Avoid directly exposing to sunlight and tanning beds for 1-2 weeks after the treatment.
  • Always apply sunscreen before going out.
  • Avoid waxing
  • Avoid chemical peels
  • Do not receive any collagen injections
  • Avoid drugs that increase your bleeding risks, such as aspirin (Ecotrin) and ibuprofen (Advil)
  • Avoid creams or other products that contain vitamin A, such as RetinA, or glycolic acid.

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