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Photofacial Treatment In Noida

Reveal the radiant and fresh-looking skin with the best photofacial treatment in Noida!

Photofacial, also referred to as photo rejuvenation or IPL facial or LED facial, is a skincare treatment wherein light-based technologies are used to reduce a variety of skin imperfections all at once. It is also popular among many celebrities and movie stars. The treatment provides quick results for several skin issues, provides long-term desired results, is associated with little to no downtime, and is much less expensive than other skin rejuvenation treatments. It can treat any area of the body except the area directly above the eyes and on the eyelids.

What skin concerns can be targeted with Photofacial treatment?

Photofacial can be performed to address the following skin concerns:

  • Sun or age spots caused by overproduction of melanin pigments in the skin because of sun exposure.
  • Acne and its scarring.
  • Freckles.
  • Melasma i.e dark, discolored patches on the skin after pregnancy.
  • Under-eye dark circles.
  • Open or enlarged pores which release excess sebum (oil).
  • Oily skin (temporarily).
  • Broken capillaries or more visible diluted/dilated blood vessels resulting in redness of the entire face. 
  • Rosacea, a condition characterized by skin redness caused by the visible tiny blood vessels under the skin. 

Contraindications

  • Pregnancy.

  • Use of reti-noids, epilepsy or a history of seizures.

  • Chemo or radiation therapy.

  • Internal metal devices (like surgical screws, dental implants, or pins) in the area to be treated.

  • Pacemaker or internal defibrillator.

  • Medical conditions like HIV, lupus, scleroderma, multiple sclerosis, and sarcoidosis.

  • Children aged below 14 years.

  • Numb treatment sites or treatment over the moles/lesions of any kind, tattoos, under eyebrows, jaws, and port-wine stains.

Suitable candidates for Photofacial

  • People who have lighter skin tones (untanned skin) regardless of their skin type and some extent of elasticity. 

  • Individuals who have realistic expectations of what Photofacial can help achieve. 

  • Healthy or physically fit people who wish to improve their skin texture, decrease pore size, minimize fine lines and wrinkles, or treat their skin blemishes and pigmentation problems.

Types of Photofacial treatments in Noida offered at Skinlogics

Photofacial is categorized into 2 types

  • LED Photofacial:
    LED (Light Emitting Diode) Photofacial is usually preferred for people having sensitive skin and suffering from minor skin problems like blemishes, facial creases, marks, etc. This kind of Photofacial only acts on the skin’s epidermis (outermost skin layers). It is usually offered in a day as an add-on treatment to a regular facial.  
    During an LED Photofacial treatment, a handheld device or a lamp that emits various LED lights is focused over the affected skin to heat the dermis layer and boost collagen production, thereby providing plumper, youthful skin. The heat generated from this high-intensity light source can even inhibit or kill the acne-causing bacteria, hence helping control acne flare-ups. Both these effects of the procedure are believed to be influenced by the color of light. It is found that red LED light can smoothen fine lines and wrinkles by stimulating collagen production while blue light treats acne by killing acne-causing bacteria. The procedure is virtually pain-free and must be repeated depending upon the skin condition being treated. 
  • IPL Photofacial: IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) Photofacial is meant for people having more serious skin conditions which affect the deeper skin layers. This kind can help treat a range of skin conditions from brown spots, wrinkles, broken capillaries, and spider veins, to sun damage.
    During an IPL Photofacial, the provider makes use of intense light in pulses which is outside the bandwidth of lasers to penetrate deep into the skin and reach the skin dermis without harming the superficial skin. Depending upon the goals and severity of the skin condition, the patient may need multiple sessions with an interval of 3-4 weeks.

How do Photofacials work?

Both IPL and LED Photofacials involve the penetration of light into the skin. In the IPL Photofacial, the hemoglobin (red-colored pigment of RBCs) and melanin (skin-colored pigment present in the skin) get soaked up by the high-intensity light, intentionally damaging these areas by selective photothermolysis. However, in LED Photofacial, based on the color of the light being used, its working differs. The green light works similarly to IPL Photofacials by thermal breakdown of melanin while the blue or red light acts on different aspects of the skin. 

Preparation for Photofacial treatment

For IPL Photofacials, the patient must not have tanned skin as it can prevent accurate detection of the specific skin blemishes that are required to be addressed and increase the likelihood of getting burned. Moreover, the intake of blood thinners including anticoagulants, aspirin, alcohol, and ibuprofen must be stopped or discontinued. The doctor must be notified about any current intake of supplements or antibiotics. 

For LED Photofacials, there are less strict prerequisites. The patient must keep the face clean and dry before each session.

The procedure of Photofacial

A Photofacial session may last anywhere from 20 minutes to 1 hour or even more depending upon the area of the treatment, the type of Photofacial, and the experience of the practitioners. Usually, LED Photofacials are straightforward and IPL Photofacials are a little more complex. 

For an LED Photofacial, the candidate has to spend a set amount of time either facing an LED lamp or the practitioner holding a handheld device to the face. It involves wearing protective eyeglasses and sitting still. In the case of an IPL Photofacial, the physician or a nurse first applies a gel to cool the entire face and asks the client to wear dark, protective eyeglasses to avoid any harm from light. Once ready, a hand tool with a cold-smooth surface is taken and passed over the light as it pulses light. This is followed by the use of an ice pack and gentle moisturizers.

At Skinlogics, a Photofacial treatment clinic in Noida, the dermatologist makes sure that the client is able to achieve best, efficient, and safe outcomes with Photofacial treatment.

What to expect after the treatment?

Immediately following the Photofacial, the face appears pinkish red with mild swelling. Usually, the redness of the skin resolves within 24 hours. In the initial days, the treated sun spots or skin discolorations look darker and slightly more prominent. All these effects of Photofacial are normal and indicate that the treatment is working.

Over the next few days of the treatment, the brown spots or other skin blemishes start to surface on the skin. They may appear raised like dark coffee grounds on the skin. Eventually, these spots flake off naturally. 

The desired results appear gradually with skin improvements beginning to appear in the days and weeks post-treatment.

Post-treatment care instructions

IPL Photofacial is not associated with any social downtime but there are some aftercare tips recommended by dermatologists to ensure optimal results.

The do’s and don’ts to follow after the treatment includes:

Do’s:

  • Twice daily, clean the treated area using a gentle cleanser and warm water.

  • Keep the skin moisturized at all times. Apply moisture gently on the skin immediately after the treatment. 

  • Consistently apply sunscreens of SPF 30 above over the treated sun-exposed areas of the face to protect it against UVA and UVB rays. 

  • Go for a facial to hydrate and protect the treated sites and microdermabrasion to further exfoliate the skin and reveal a healthy, glowing skin after 2-3 weeks of the treatment.

Don’ts:

  • Do not use any skin cosmetics including make-up over the treated skin for at least 12 hours.

  • Avoid taking hot baths/showers or go for saunas and sun-tanning beds so that the skin doesn’t get overheated.

  • Refrain from strenuous exercises for the first 48 hours.

  • Do not pick or scratch the treated skin as it may leave behind a scar.

  • Avoid the use of any products rich in Vitamin A such as glycolic acid, retin-oic acid, tretin-oin, and alpha-hydroxy acids.

To know about Photofacial cost in Noida, consult the skin experts at Skinlogics.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

The temporary minor side effects include slight redness, swelling, bruising, tiny blisters, etc. that typically subside within 1-2 days. Rarely, a patient may report experiencing blistering, bruising, infection, or a change in skin color. To avoid or minimize any potential risks of the procedure, it is always recommended that the patient must undergo a Photofacial by a medical professional or skin expert.

 It is a quick treatment with no downtime. The IPL Photofacial takes less than 30 minutes to complete, and it depends on the size of the treatment area. The patients can also return to their regular activities as soon as the procedure is over. After the treatment, the patients must avoid the sun for several days. If anyone is experiencing any type of skin redness after treatment it can be effectively camouflaged with makeup, which may be applied directly after treatment in most cases.

The treatment does not require any anesthetic and it involves little or no downtime. With one or two therapy sessions, one can reduce spots, reduce the appearance of unwanted pigmentation, repair broken facial capillaries and veins, and it reduces the redness associated with rosacea. Additional treatments will help to improve tone and texture and stimulate the skin dermis layer to produce more collagen and this helps make skin firmer and tighter.

The Photofacial works best over time. Many people see results almost immediately, however, a series of 6-10 treatments is recommended for maximum results.

No, it is not a laser treatment. The treatment does not use a laser, as lasers use a single beam of light that is delivered to the skin to exfoliate and trigger the skin’s own healing response. Photofacial uses various wavelengths of light pulses, which are specially designed to target the melanin in the skin and address very specific skin conditions.

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