Photoageing is ageing caused by exposure to the sun’s rays. It occurs as a result of harmful external influences of the environment on the skin, especially UVA rays.
Photoageing causes a tired looking skin with wrinkles and flaccid facial contours.
3D is a new concept of non-invasive photorejuvenation with a variety of light sources applied simultaneously during one treatment.
Each skin layer is considered a unique part, which is treated with a specific light source. The well-known photorejuvenation has not provided such a deep treatment of skin in comparison with the latest and more progressive 3D. The laser induces fibroblast reactivation and stimulates the new collagen growth, thanks to which your skin is more firm and elastic. Wrinkles are reduced, facial contours become firmer, the skin evenly coloured, dark pigmented spots are whitened, capillaries are removed and extended pores close.
3D photorejuvenation consists of five ambulatory sessions; a single treatment takes place every three weeks. One treatment lasts 20 minutes. A facial or chest treatment takes about 30 minutes. It can be combined with Botox therapy, filling implants and various types of peels.