Skin rejuvenation or skin resurfacing is becoming a top trending issue and demand to fight aging signs and regain youth appearance. Often, the light or radio waves energies are used in the available cosmetic devices.
The light or lasers mainly target chromophores which are the chemical compound responsible for color. Each structure has its own chromophores for example the chromophores of the skin are melanin and blood. Each chromophore reacts and absorbs a specific wavelength. The light wave length is set to match the one that can be absorbed by the targeted chromophore which causes its selective heating without affecting the surrounding structures.
While the radio waves concept is acting on tissue resistance to electromagnetic current and is not related to chromophores. Heat energy is produced due to tissue resistance to passing an electromagnetic current, which causes thickening of collagen fibrils and initiation of wound healing and new collagen formation.
Aurora Laser Treatment merges both techniques by using both light and radio waves at the same time to increase efficacy and safety. Aurora Laser Treatment can act locally on pigmented lesions, hair roots, wrinkles, and fine lines to help skin smoothening and evening skin tone by lightening the pigmented area resulting in a more youthful appearance without any negative effects on the surrounding tissue.
Aurora Laser Treatment through its light (broad-spectrum light energies) and radio frequency (bipolar radio frequency) energies can target a specific structure in a specific area, where the device can be set to the related wavelength to be absorbed by the targeted tissue. It raises the tissue temperature, which stimulates the body’s defense system to remove the degenerated or damaged cells and replace them with healthy new cells or to produce collagen and elastin which represent the elastic material in your skin responsible for skin elasticity and stretch. Aurora Laser Treatment may be also set to target more superficial structures like the hair follicle to be destructed and prevent future hair growth.
The applications of this device include:
$60 to $450
Few temporary side effects may be seen in some patients after the treatment such as:
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Aurora Laser treatment is a safe procedure for patients with different skin types and colors. It specifically targets the areas involving a skin problem without affecting the surrounding tissue. The involved radio wave and light techniques have been used for a long time in different medical fields with no proven permanent effects or health risks. It is a painless procedure and may be described as a deep heat massage. Only a few reversible side effects following the treatment may be seen such as redness, swelling, scarring, and tangling sensation.
How many aurora laser treatments are required to achieve the best results?
The best result for Aurora Laser Treatment can be seen after 4-5 treatment sessions which are applied over 3-4 week intervals. The results are controlled by: age, weight, hormones, medication, and sun exposure, which all are important factors affecting the skin condition. The number of treatment sessions depends on the area to be treated and the patient’s expectations.
What are the possible temporary and minor inconveniences this procedure may bring?
This procedure is safe and holds no long-term effects. But, a few temporary side effects may be seen in some patients after the treatment such as itching, tingling, hotness, redness, swelling, and scarring. Also, the pigmented lesions may become darker just after treatment before it starts to lighten again.