Technology is fast-paced, constantly changing, refashioning the lives of those it affects as well. In the field of beauty also, technology plays a vital role. Facial lasering treatment is an automated technique that primarily involves using concentrated pulsating beams of laser light in order to repair damaged skin regions. These short, direct bursts of light are used to remove the damaged skin with surgical precision, layer by layer. Microscopic columns of injury are created by causing minute perforations in the treatment area, while leaving the healthy surrounding tissue intact and untouched. This increases the level of collagen production, helping build newer and cleaner skin tissues.
What is a Facial laser?
A facial laser is a lasabrasion device that emits concentrated light beams through a process of optical amplification, based on the stimulated emission of electromagnetic radiation. Such lasers are essentially used by dermatologists but are also available in retail markets in the form of electronic cleansers or epilators.
What are the benefits of facial laser?
Laser hair removal works on the principal that exposure to concentrated beams of laser light can destroy the hair follicle. By using epilators regularly, you can avoid 93% of hair re-growth for a period of about six to nine months. Epilators can be used at home but care should be taken that the light is not targeted repeatedly on the same region, or for an extended amount of time. The availability of the epilators in a multitude of different shapes makes them easier to use on all parts of the body, including the face and the limbs. It can also be programmed for specific skin tones, helping balance the melanin content in your skin.
Skin pores are tiny holes on the surface of your skin, which are actually the openings of hair follicles. Each one contains a sebaceous gland which produces most of your skin's natural oils, and can clog the pores. Lasers can help to reduce your original pore size. A series of treatments with nonabrasive lasers can help reduce skin problems by building collagen, thereby shrinking pores and giving you healthier, better-looking skin.
Facial lasering can be used to treat and reduce facial wrinkles and skin irregularities, such as blemishes or acne scars. The laser peel technology, in fact, peels the layer of the skin that is causing problems and boosts collagen production, leading to its natural healing. The skin is then charged with natural elements, thereby minimising the appearance of acne.
Laser treatment can also act in a manner similar to Botox, shaping your skin into a firmer position. Due to ageing, the elastin and collagen structure of your skin loses its efficacy, making the skin appear loose and saggy. Lasers boost the collagen production in your skin, making it supple and restoring its radiance.