PhotoFacial Laser Skin Resurfacing Benefits

If you are looking for resurfacing treatments for your skin to help address large pores, rosacea, or other skin issues without the small risks involved with chemical type peels than PhotoFacial at Stellar Skin and Laser might be for you!

The amazing thing about PhotoFacial treatments is that they address almost all aspects of skin aesthetics and structure. By pulsing light onto areas of the skin treatments can get into the deeper levels of the skin which has seen some amazing results from its proponents.

The benefits of intense pulsed light therapy cover almost the entire
spectrum of cosmetic dermatology. When performed by a qualified skin
care specialist, IPLT photofacial treatment can help nearly all aspects
of skin aesthetics and structure.

  • The treatment can help repair small blood
    vessels that have become visible, or help eradicate sun spots or other
    pigmentation irregularities.
  • IPLT treatment can help combat acne problems and eliminate large pores.
  • IPLT photofacial therapy is also excellent at treating rosacea and other types of diffuse redness in the skin.
  • By treating a slightly deeper layer of the skin, IPLT photofacials
    stimulate collagen growth by simulating minor dermal injuries, thereby
    helping to improve skin texture.
  • The cost of IPLT photofacial treatments is often less than that of laser treatments as well.

Another benefit of IPLT photorejuvenation procedures is that they
allow for additional treatment with chemical peels, microdermabrasion,
and other facial skin treatments that target the outermost layer of
skin, the epidermis. Since IPLT photofacials target deeper layers of the
skin, they can be safely performed in conjunction with other, more
superficial treatments.

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Detox and What it Does for Your Body

During the course of our day we come into contact with thousands of contaminants and things that might not be so great for our body. One of the ways that we can combat the build up of these toxins is to do what is called a Detox.

There are many forms of detox, however this article focuses on Infrared Sauna detox techniques and what the treatment provides for a clients body. Clearing our body of these toxins on a consistent basis can far aid our overall heath and help prevent sickness.

The first two parts of this series examined the health advantages of
lymphatic cleansing with rebound exercise, and fasting for the removal
of toxic build-up and internal purification. A third method of
detoxification is through the regular use of a far-infrared sauna. The
benefits of these three stand-alone practices are exponential when
combined and integrated into a healing regimen or health maintenance
program. Any healing protocol should also include an ample supply of
whole foods. Such a comprehensive program advances the healing process
and counters the effects of living in a toxic world.

Far infrared
rays are part of the sun’s natural spectrum. The radiant energy
produced by an infrared sauna is the same as heat from the sun, with the
exclusion of the ultraviolet rays. A heat source, (usually ceramic
heating elements), emits infrared waves that penetrate and relax the
body as increased blood circulation warms the skin. A flood of sweat and
toxins is released through the skin’s open pores as the warm blood
circulates deeper throughout the body.

The infrared sauna is a
powerful means of cellular cleansing as it increases metabolism and
blood circulation. In addition to its use for detoxification it also
relaxes muscles, soothes the spirit and rejuvenates the body.

Far-Infrared Versus Steam Saunas

saunas warm the body instead of heating the surrounding air.
Traditional steam saunas heat the air and require temperatures ranging
from 150 – 200 degrees Fahrenheit to promote perspiration, whereas a
heat range of 110 – 140 degrees in an infrared sauna
produces the same results. The cooler air temperature is more tolerable
to heat-sensitive individuals and allows for sessions of up to
forty-five minutes, nearly twice as long as in a typical steam sauna

HydraFacial – Aggresive Treatment Without the Aggresion

If you are looking for the benefit of acid peel, exfoliation, and hydration for your face then a HydraFacial Treatement at Stellar Skin and Laser is exactly what you are looking for! With all the benefits of a acid peel, exfoliation, and hydration services rolled into one, HydraFacial treatments address the most common issues aggressively without your skin stinging or pain caused by normal exfoliation techniques.

Leave with lines visibly reduced and your skin looking hydrated and vibrant with HydraFacial treatments at Stellar Skin and Laser today!

The HydraFacial: A Gentle, Efficient Treatment for Your Skin

I was skeptical when I first heard about the HydraFacial, a treatment
that promises clearer, more hydrated, younger-looking skin immediately. I
am usually a proponent of the no-pain-no-gain school of facials; in
other words, treatments that are heavy on exfoliation and extractions
and that leave my skin inflamed for at least a few hours after.
HydraFacial prides itself on being just as aggressive-without the
aggression. I wanted to see if it lived up to the hype.

The HydraFacial bills itself as
ideal for all skin types and targets hyperpigmentation, oily/congested
pores, fine lines, and wrinkles. It can be done in a derm’s office or a
medical spa and usually takes 20 to 30 minutes. I told the technician I
was concerned about redness and dark spots (she added a red LED light to
my treatment to target inflammation), and settled in as she turned on
the machine. There are four steps:

Step 1: Cleansing and exfoliation. The technician
uses a small “deplaning” tool that opens up pores and sweeps the
uppermost layer of makeup debris and dead skin cells away. It felt like a
spinning toothbrush was being run over my face.

Step 2: Acid peel. Most glycolic peels leave your
skin stinging for a few minutes until they’re washed off, but not this
one. The glycolic/salicylic acid peel is gentle enough that it only
creates the faintest tingle.

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