get great skin
When you look in the mirror in the morning, you see it: the demands of daily life leaving their mark. What used to be firm and taught skin around your cheeks and neck, now looks tired. Your forehead isn’t as smooth as it used to be, and your eyebrows and eyelids are starting to sag.
- All-round glowing, healthy and lively looking skin.
- Freshens up your complexion when you have aging, blemished, or sun-damaged skin.
- An even color, minimizing blemishes from rosacea, acne, pigment spots or other redness.
- An evenly and naturally improved complexion.
- Reduced fine lines and pores.
- Reduced and eliminated skin discoloring.
- Reduced signs of freckles or other sun damage.
- fades away age spots.
- Activates production of collagen.
- Improves your self-confidence.
- Look great, feel great.
At Release Laser Clinic you always start with a personal consultation. This is where we explain what you can expect, how the treatment works and what the conditions are for a treatment. Naturally, any specific wishes from your side will be discussed during this consultation.
Before treatment the skin will be carefully cleaned. If needed, dead skin cells will be carefully removed using a peeling, to optimally prepare the skin for the treatment.
The skin is tested in order to establish the optimal treatment-energy. The treatment is a quick and relatively painless process, in which the Hyperpulse handpiece glides over a thin layer of gel on your skin. Redness of the skin during the therapy is normal and needed. Light permeates the skin surface and is absorbed by the damaged pigment cells in the blood vessels.
It naturally stimulates the enhanced production of collagen in the damaged, discolored, or blemished skin, producing a younger looking, more refined and clearer complexion in just a few short sessions.
WHAT IS SKIN REJUVENATION WITH HYPERPULSE?
Skin rejuvenation with Hyperpulse is a light-based application of broad-spectrum light on the skin surface, where discolored, damaged or prematurely aged skin is removed, and your natural skin tone is restored. Light is directly applied to the skin surface in carefully calibrated rays that are painless, so that collagen production is activated to repair damaged tissue in a natural way.
HOW MANY TREATMENTS DO I NEED?
In general a row of 4-6 sessions, every 2-4 weeks, is necessary. Most importantly, there is less downtime after a skin rejuvenation treatment, so you can quickly go back to your daily routine. After the treatment package is completed, you may need to have follow-up treatment within 6-12 months to retain your refreshed results.
ARE THE TREATMENTS SAFE?
Skin rejuvenation using the certified Hyperpulse technology at Release Laser Clinic is one of the safest treatments in the world. Every one of our staff is certified and accredited, and very experienced, so that you can be assured of the best care.
|First 2 hours||
Your skin can be warm to the touch and more sensitive and reddish than usual. Apply an icepack to the treatment area when you get home, to hasten the recovery. Use Real Release Recovery Gel to soothe your skin at home. Avoid make-up, unless it is mineral-based.
|First 24 hours||
Avoid very hot or very cold water. Avoid strongly-scented lotions or soap, exfoliating scrubs or creams. Avoid scratching your skin. Apply Release Active Protect SPF 50+ sunscreen to protect your skin from the suns rays.
|24 -72 hours||
If there are pigment spots or freckles on the treated area, this spots well darken and disappear over 1-3 weeks. Don’t scrub them off! While your skin is still reddish: – Avoid the use of AHA (Alpha Hydroxy Acid) or Vitamine A products. – Avoid swimming pools and spas using chemicals / chlorine. – Avoid sweat-inducing activities.
|3 days +||
Always remember to apply your Release Active Protect 50+ sunscreen daily to protect your skin from repeat damage and blotches caused by the sun. Skin pigmentation can take up to 6 months after treatment to disappear and may need continuous maintenance. One of our therapists will evaluate your skin and advise you accordingly.