Those with darker skin are less likely to see results and more likely to experience adverse side effects.
There are other light treatments and topical creams that may be used instead. You should consult your doctor, as Hand Photorejuvenation will not treat the underlying conditions causing your blemishes.
The effects of Hand Photorejuvenation can be permanent if the skin is well cared for.
You will experience minor discomfort similar to a mild sunburn.
You may not want to have Hand Photorejuvenation if you have a history of excessive scarring, excessive bleeding or bruising, sun sensitivity, keloid formation or poor healing. Those with a family history of skin cancer should talk to their doctor about whether or not to proceed with treatment.
Healthy individuals with minor blemishes are likely to be candidates for Hand Photorejuvenation.
Dark spots, redness, aging, freckles and sun spots all respond well to Hand Photorejuvenation.
A session lasts around thirty minutes.
Noticeable results appear after the first few treatments.
Your skin will be sensitive and will need to be protected from the sun. Any swelling should be minimal and can be treated with cold compresses. The red and brown areas should flake off after a few days.