Get a Flawless Face with PhotoFacial
- Posted on: Jun 30 2015
You can improve the appearance of your face, body or neck with a PhotoFacial RF treatment. This technique involves the use of Radio Frequency and Intense Pulsed Light energy blended in one single pulse. It is a very common procedure in the US and has been featured in a number of prominent magazines as well as television shows. Many film stars undergo this procedure to get the benefit of renewed vitality and health of their skin.
Things to Know about PhotoFacial
- New laser treatments: PhotoFacial RF is the newest generation of the PhotoFacial system. This innovative treatment utilizes FDA approved electro-optical or ELOS technology for facial rejuvenation. The PhotoFacial RF blends radio frequency and optical energy to attain a much superior result. Both optical energy and radio frequency are utilized at low levels, making treatment very safe. The procedure markedly reduces redness, broken capillaries, acne and flushing outbraks which are synonymous with rosacea. Dark circles around the eyes are lightened, with you being able to see the difference after a single session. Generally, a series of five sessions are proscribed. There is no downtime and minimal discomfort compared to standard laser skin resurfacing.
- When to give: You can undergo PhotoFacial RF treatment in case of rosacea, ruddy complexion, spider veins, redness and broken capillaries. All these skin conditions improve on an average of 75 percent with the PhotoFacial RF treatment. Other reasons for undergoing this procedure include sun spots, hyperpigmentation, cholasma, age spots and multiple freckles on the face, chest, neck and hands. You can also opt for this treatment option in case of wrinkles, irregularity of skin texture, skin laxity, pore size and acne scarring.
- Difference from rejuvenation treatments: PhotoFacial RF treatment, in mixing radio frequency energy and Intense Pulsed Light in one treatment, produces an excellent non-invasive kind of skin enhancement. There is an improvement in the melanin and vascular based discolorations. Best of all, the treatment follows a very simple procedure.
Interested in learning more about PhotoFacial? Contact Goldman Dermatology
You can find more information on glaucoma by contacting Goldman Dermatology and can be reached directly at 212-962-1115. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
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