LASER SKIN UPLIFT / TIGHTENING

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A facelift is a non-invasive procedure used to reduce facial wrinkles, eliminate tell-tale signs of aging and improve the overall appearance of the face and jaw area. Laser Facelift can help reverse the harmful effects of time, laser skin tighteningstress and the elements.

Results of Facelift may dissuade some people from even considering the surgery.

Laser facelift can be an effective way to improve appearance and boost self-confidence. Patients whose skin is still relatively supple and who are in good overall health achieve the best results.

What is Laser Hair Reduction?
-Laser hair reduction is a procedure which removes hair from the body utilizing a long pulse laser. The treatment is performed by a trained doctor by pointing the laser device at shaved skin. Laser heat disables follicles from producing hasa-ma-mut-cu-amantulir. Hair grows in cycles. Since various hairs will enter their growth cycle at different times, about 6-8 treatments at intervals of 4-8 weeks are necessary to disable most of the follicles in a given area.
Am I a Candidate for Laser Hair Removal?
-Both men and women seek laser hair removal to remove unwanted hair. Hair removal is commonly done on underarm, pubic area, legs, abdomen, lip, chin, back, buttocks, thighs, face, neck, chest, arms, and toes. Laser technology works by targeting dark pigment. Therefore, it works best on pale skin and dark coarse hair. The lighter the skin and the darker and more coarse the hair, the better are the results. The best candidates are patients treating areas with dark coarse dense hair growth.
Which Type of Hair Removal Laser will Work for Me?
-Currently, there are three popular types of hair removal lasers made by various manufacturers:
Alexandrite, Diode, and Nd: YAG. Intense Pulse Light systems (IPLs) are also used for hair removal.
Let the doctor decide which laser should be best used on your skin. However, here is a system which was based on a person's response to sun exposure in terms of the degree of burning and tanning the individual experienced.
*This tool is approximate
TYPE I: Highly sensitive, always burns, never tans.
Example: Red hair with freckles or Albino
TYPE II: Very sun sensitive, burns easily, tans minimally.
Example: Fair-skinned, fair-haired Caucasians
TYPE III: Sun sensitive skin, sometimes burns, slowly tans to light brown.
Example: Darker Caucasians, European mix
TYPE IV: Minimally sun sensitive, burns minimally, always tans to moderate brown.
Example: Mediterranean, European, Asian, Hispanic, American Indian
TYPE V: Sun-insensitive skin, rarely burns, tans well.
Example: Hispanics, Afro-American, Middle Eastern
TYPE VI: Sun-insensitive, never burns, deeply pigmented.
Example: Afro-American, African, Middle Eastern

o Alexandrite lasers are best for skin types I-III
o Diode lasers are best for skin types I-IV
o Nd: YAG* lasers are best for skin types IV and darker

*ND: YAG lasers were specifically created to cater to dark-skinned patients. This is the only type of laser that should be used on skin types V and darker. Using any other types of lasers on this type of skin can result in burns if they are used at settings that disable the hair permanently.
How Does Laser Hair Removal Work?
-Lasers designed for permanent hair reduction emit wavelengths of light that are absorbed by the pigment in the hair (melanin). If the surrounding skin is lighter than the color of the hair, the energy of the laser is concentrated in the hair shaft, effectively destroying it without affecting the skin or the follicle.
Since lasers target pigment, treatments are most effective on coarse hair because it has a lot of pigment and can absorb a lot of heat. Fine hair cannot absorb much heat.
The ability of the laser device to produce a very narrow bandwidth on a consistent basis is the key to a safe efficient treatment. While the laser emits a beam that only heats the hair shaft, heat is transmitted from the hair shaft to the surrounding tissue for several milliseconds after the laser pulse. Several lasers possess cooling attachments which cool the surrounding skin to fully absorb any heat transmitted from the destroyed hair shafts.

Intense Pulse Light (IPL) machines are not lasers. These machines use a highly concentrated beam of traditional incoherent light, often in conjunction with a cream or gel, to burn the hair shaft. A serious flaw with these systems is that they lack the laser's ability to produce a selective bandwidth of light that will only affect the hair shaft (selective photo thermolysis). IPLs produce a wide bandwidth of light that can heat up all of the surrounding tissue, making it less effective in disabling hair and putting the patient at a higher risk for burns, especially on darker skin.

IPL devices are generally cheaper than laser devices (i.e. alexandrite, diode, and ND: Yag types)
How Many Laser Treatments will I Need and How Far Apart are They Scheduled?
-Most patients need at least 6-8 effective treatments spaced 6-8 weeks apart. Because hair grows in cycles, several sessions are necessary in order to affect all hair on any given area. Due to the length of hair growth cycles, treatments are usually done once every 6-8weeks. Hair cycle length varies depending on body part. The face usually requires more frequent treatments (about 4 weeks apart) whereas legs and back need less frequent treatments (closer to 6 weeks apart).
Shedding of all treated hair should be expected within 3 weeks of each treatment. The hair that doesn’t shed and is growing as usual after 3 weeks has likely been either missed or not affected due to inappropriate settings. If this is the case, a touch-up treatment is necessary at that time. All 6-8 treatments should be sufficiently effective treatments in order to achieve good results.
Once the hair sheds, patients should experience a hair-free period for several weeks. Once new hair comes in again, patients should come in for their next session.
Is Laser Hair Removal Permanent? Are There Permanent Hair Removal Methods?
-Laser hair removal lasers have been in use since 1997 and the Food and Drug Administration approved them for “permanent reduction.” They disable hair permanently as long as the right type of hair is treated with an appropriate type of laser at effective settings.
However, it is called a “reduction” because, no matter what some clinics may claim, hair removal lasers cannot and do not remove 100% of the hair in an area. With proper treatment, the laser can remove the majority of the coarse hair on a body area, but they cannot remove finer hair.
Generally, a patient can tell how much reduction was achieved from a course of treatments after waiting 6-12 months from their last treatment. Any hair that grows in after the 12-month period is new hair that the body can develop due to numerous factors such as age, diet, hormonal changes, and medical conditions such as PCOS. Patients who experience new growth later in life can get touch up treatments.
In essence, it’s difficult to predict results. Results depend on many variables, including the type of laser used, how settings are set, underlying causes of the hair growth, the technician’s experience, etc.
Is Laser Hair Removal Painful?
-In one pulse, the laser removes all the hair on a patch of skin the size of a nickel or a quarter. Generally, the lasers which we use are painless lasers, though there is a mild sensation. The sensation is nothing as compared to the pain and discomfort of threading or waxing.
Are there any Laser Hair Reduction Risks or Side Effects?
-Some people may experience the following potential temporary side effects:

o Itching
o Redness for up to 3 days
o Swelling around mouth of follicle for up to 3 days
o Tingling or feeling of numbness
What if I Merely Want to Reduce Hair Density in a Certain Area?
-Yes. This can be achieved with 3-4 treatments instead of the full course of 6-8 treatments. To achieve an even reduction without patchiness, it is important that the technician overlaps properly while covering the area and doesn’t miss spots. It’s also a good idea to wait at least 12 weeks between sessions in order to correctly assess the amount of reduction achieved at any point during the course of treatments.
What Should I Expect Before and After a Laser Treatment?
-Patients should not wax, epilate, or remove hair with the root using any other hair removal method throughout their course of treatments. The hair needs to be in place in order to be targeted by laser as laser devices target the pigment in the hair.
The area to be treated should be shaved 1-2 days prior to treatments so that the energy is targeted towards the hair follicle and not wasted it on the hair above the skin’s surface. Treating unshaved skin can result in burning of the skin by singed hairs.
Treatments are relatively quick. Both underarms take about 5 minutes. Full legs can take 45-60 minutes. After the treatment, applying ice packs and cooled pure aloe vera gel help soothe the skin.
All hair should shed within 3 weeks following the treatment. Sometimes, shedding doesn’t start until about 10 days after the session. During the shedding phase, hair may look like it’s growing, but it is actually coming out to shed. Exfoliating and/or scrubbing gently in the shower with a loofah can help speed up the shedding process.
After 3 weeks, some patients may see small black dots remain in the hair follicles on some areas. These are commonly referred to as “pepperpots”, which eventually shed on their own. Exfoliating may help speed up the process. Regardless, they will be signed off in the following session.
Once the hair sheds, patients should experience a hair-free period for several weeks. Once new hair grows in, patients should come in for their next session. For most people and on most body areas, this happens about 6-8 weeks after the previous treatment.
Patients should continue treatments until remaining hairs are too fine for the laser to target, or until they’ve reached their desired reduction.
What Are the Hair Growth Cycles?
Hair growth in each hair follicle occurs in a cycle. here are three main phases of the hair growth cycle: anagen, catagen, and telogen.
Anagen (active) is a growing phase or when the hair fiber is produced.
Catagen (club hair) is the period of controlled regression of the hair follicle. This phase is when the lower part of the hair stops growing but does not shed, and the follicle is reabsorbed.
Telogen (tired) is the last of the hair growth cycle. In this resting phase, the old hair falls out in preparation for the development of a new anagen hair.
Normally this cycle of hair production will continue for the duration of the individual's life. However, various factors can influence, promote and inhibit hair production.
Laser affects hairs when it’s in its anagen phase of growth. Thus, patients need multiple treatments in order to disable each batch of hair as it enters the anagen phase of growth. Hair cycle length varies depending on body part. The face usually requires more frequent treatments (about 4-6 weeks apart) whereas legs and back need less frequent treatments (closer to 6-8 weeks apart). Spacing treatments 4-8 weeks apart allows adequate time to target hair on most body areas.
What are the Causes of Excessive Hair Growth and How Can They Affect My Treatments?
The causes of excessive hair growth are many and varied, including:
  • Heredity
  • Pregnancy
  • Glandular and/or hormonal imbalances, including diseases causing these effects (i.e. PCOS condition in women)
  • Insulin resistance issues
  • Thyroid problems
  • Reactions to certain medications
  • Normal aging processes
  • Excessive temporary hair removal methods that impact the root (like waxing and tweezing)
Before starting laser treatments, patients with excessive hair growth on uncommon areas should explore possible underlying medical reasons for it. Hair removal methods can only impact hair that’s currently growing. They cannot prevent the body from developing new hair after treatments are completed.
Women with facial male-pattern growth are advised to see an endocrinologist to explore the possibility of PCOS or elevated testosterone levels. Men experiencing excessive growth can get tested for insulin resistance.
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