WHAT CAUSES PORES?
Pores are tiny holes in a person’s skin. It is actually are the small opening of hair follicle on your face. Hair follicle has a gland called sebaceous gland that produces oil. There two types of pores on our body which are releases the body’s natural oil (sebum) and release sweat. Pores can be more or less noticeable depending on your skin type.
On oily skin, large pores usually appear due to sebum and dirt collecting on the surface, causing skin to swell up and make pores look larger than normal. If you have oily skin, there is good chance that you may be experiencing large pores as well. Another reason for large pores is when skin begins to lose its elasticity, which makes the pores look bigger.
The sun can also cause your skin to thicken as a mean to protect itself, resulting in extra skin cells growing around the edges of your pores, which can actually cause them to stretch out.
HOW CAN IT BE TREATED?
These large pores developing can be treated making use of Fractional Laser Resurfacing (Lux1540, non-ablative), a new technique adopted in aesthetics. It uses laser energy micro beams to break down epidermis tissue, following which new and healthy skin grows over the treatment area. Just like using ablative lasers and deep chemical peels, this new technique helps you obtain the same results minus the downtime and discomfort caused by traditional methods.
As your skin naturally begins to heal, the new skin layer appears much more radiant and glowing, which leaves you looking and feeling younger. You can put on make-up straight after the treatment, which does not leave visible wounds on the surface.
BENEFITS OF FRACTIONAL CO2 LASER
Your skin should notice your skin becoming more radiant each time. It will also feel much tighter and refreshed, which should help to improve your recovery time. In addition, a skincare routine made up of various products and facials will also help to boost the recovery process and improve your complexion following wrinkle treatment. This procedure also helps in;
- Stimulating collagen renewal process
- Stimulating skin rejuvenation
- Speeding up healing process at the targeted treatment
- Reducing scarring from acne
- Resurfacing facial skin damaged by sun exposure
- Helping skin to become amazing, glowing and healthy
- Reducing the appearance of pore size
You will discuss with your aesthetician regarding the optimum number of treatment sessions for your particular case. Typically, treatments consist of about 4-5 treatments and are usually spaced 1-4 weeks apart. Following each treatment session, you should notice your skin becoming firmer and firmer as well as refreshed, leading to a quicker recovery time for the next session.
In addition, a good skincare routine can help you maintain your newfound glowing complexion. This can include a variety of skincare products and facials as well.
POST PROCEDURE CARE
During procedure you may feel a warmth sensationas the laser is used. Do take note that the downtime for this procedure can be pretty lengthy and you will be required to avoid direct contact with sunlight.
Your skin will experience some redness, but this is not long lasting.Do wear sunscreen cream to protect your skin. Therefore, take the time to thoroughly discuss this treatment with your doctor before deciding to undergo the treatment.
WHERE CAN I GET FRACTIONAL CO2 LASER TREATMENT?
Premier Clinic provides advanced care in the field of aesthetic medicine, and to boost the confidence and outlook of our clients. Whether you need a simple service or a complicated treatment, our team of professionals will ensure you receive our best care with our array of services.
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