A skin-rejuvenating procedure called a photofacial makes use of light-based technology. By enhancing collagen production, this procedure is typically utilised to make the skin appear plumper and brighter. As this technology primarily attempts to eradicate dark pigmentation disorders from deep inside the skin, it also helps to enhance the appearance of blemishes and achieve a youthful-looking appearance for the skin. A photofacial also improves the texture of the skin, evens up skin tone, and minimises uneven skin discolouration. The removal of vascular blemishes like port wine stains and spider veins is another benefit of this procedure.

What skin issues are all treated with a photofacial?

  • reducing the open, expanded pores.
  • minimising acne’s severity.
  • repairing skin harmed by the sun.
  • rosacea treatment (skin redness or skin flushing).
  • tightening the drooping, lax skin.
  • reducing freckles, sun spots, acne scars, and scars from chicken pox.
  • reducing the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and other signs of ageing skin.