Thulium laser is a modern device in aesthetic medicine designed for skin reshaping and rejuvenating. The procedure is highly effective and safe, and require extremely short time for convalescence. It is specifically recommended for those who want to get rid of discolouration, scars, and other skin imperfections.
- hormonal melasma
- post-inflammatory and solar hyperpigmentation
- acne blemishes
- fine wrinkles
- visible pores
- loose skin.
How to prepare for the procedure:
- The procedure is carried out following a consultation with the specialist.
- Topical anaesthetic cream is applied directly onto the treated area before the procedure.
- A few days before the procedure refrain from using facial cream and other cosmetics containing retinoids and acids.
- Do not perform any exfoliation procedures such as peels or microdermabrasion.
Procedure description and effects:
- In this procedure the precisely adjusted depth of laser beam penetration and the energy of its pulses enables a deep reconstruction of the skin structure starting from the base layer.
- This is a short procedure.
- The patient may feel burning or stinging during the procedure.
- Skin regeneration processes are activated during the procedure.
- The result is refined skin colour, improved elasticity, wrinkles smoothing, scar lightening, and the reduction of the appearance of pores.
- The effects can be observed after just one treatment.
- It is recommended to have 1-3 treatments at 3-4 week intervals.
After the procedure:
- Erythema and slight swelling may occur immediately after treatment and stay for up to 24 hours.
- We recommend that you use a regenerating, moisturising cream with UV filter for a couple of days after the treatment.
- Avoid physical activity, hot baths and sauna in the first week after the procedure.
- It is also recommended to abstain from exposing skin to the sun for 4 weeks following the procedure.
- It is recommended to stay hydrated and drink water regularly.
- new cold-sore
- skin inflammation
- use of photosensitising drugs, be it antibiotics, steroids, or herbs
- use of photosensitising herbs, such as St John’s wort, marigold, common horsetail
- retinoid treatment, both topical and general
- recent peels
- tanned skin, use of self-tanning cosmetics