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TREATMENTS FOR HER

IPL+RF

IPL + RF is a modern device that uses a unique combination of two technologies: light waves (IPL – intense pulsed light) and radio waves (RF – radio frequency). We use them for cosmetic procedures to eliminate erythema, discoloration and photo-rejuvenation.

During the procedure, strong, local tissue overheating is caused, as a result of which cells containing the dye die or due to the blood coagulation the blood vessels are closing. Additionally, during the procedure it comes to improve the structure and flexibility of the skin and smoothing out wrinkles, because of a light pulse is being used as a radio wave and causing strong heating of the collagen fibres. It is important that IPL energy in combination with RF energy directly penetrates into the deeper layers of tissue – IPL itself can penetrate up to 2.5 mm, while IPL together with RF penetrates up to 4.0 mm deep into the skin.

How it works​

Treatments performed with the device IPL + RF comprehensively reduce all signs of skin aging. These treatments are most often performed on the face area, but also can be performed on any other area of the body. Popular areas are: neck, chest, forearms and hands.

Why this Treatment?​

Results

The first effects of the treatment with the device IPL + RF are visible after about 3-4 weeks. The full treatment effect is obtained after about 2 months. Rebuilding collagen in treated skin takes up to 3 to 6 months.

Benefits

How Often

Depending on the skin’s needs, 3 to 6 treatments are performed IPL + RF at intervals of about 3- 6 weeks. After the end of the treatment, it is also recommended to perform booster treatments, preferably once or twice a year.

Contraindications IPL+RF

1. Pregnancy, breast-feeding, post-partum period

2. Cancer (ongoing chemotherapy or radiotherapy)

3. Hormonal treatment
– individual hormonal therapy
– infertility treatment
– thyroid disease treatment

4. Medication
– antibiotics (break between the last dose and the treatment is a minimum of 4 weeks)
– anticoagulants (blood thinners)
– aspirin
– retinoids (break between the last dose and the treatment is a minimum of 6 months)
– photosensitisers

5. Cosmetics with:
– retinol
– vitamins A, C and E
– fruit acids

6. Herbal Remedies (stop use a week before treatment)
– St John’s Wort, calendula
– herbal slimming teas
– herbal antidepressants

7. Tanning
– sun tanning
– sunbed (stop use 4 weeks before treatment)
– self – tanning creams (stop use 4 weeks before treatment)

8. Exfoliating products should be stopped a week before the procedure

9. Bleeding disorders

10. Untreated diabetes

11. History of keloids

12. Hypertension

13. Dermatological skin changes
– herpes
– inflammation
– nevus (moles, beauty marks etc)
– photodermatoses (skin sensitivity to the sun)
– eczemas
– hyperpigmentation
– psoriasis
– reticularis (mottled skin)
– vitiligo (relative contraindications)

14. Open wounds

15. Allergic skin reactions

16. Epilepsy (relative contraindication)

17. HIV

18. Pacemaker

19. Alcohol (24 hours before and after)

Contraindications Vivace RF

  1. Pregnancy, breastfeeding

  2. History of keloids

  3. Immunosuppressants

  4. Photosensitising medications (break between the last dose and the treatment is a
    minimum 10 days)

  5. Herbs
    – St. John’s Wort
    – Calendula

  6. Active skin infection in the treated area (bacterial, viral or fungal)

  7. Cold sores (herpes)

  8. Cancer

  9. Collagenase

  10. Metal implants, pacemaker

  11. Allergy to metal

  12. Autoimmune disease
    – HIV
    – Lupus
    – Hepatitis

  13. Blood thinners

  14. Accutane (isotretinoin)

  15. Cortisone or steroid injections

  16. Cardiovascular disease, heart disease, heart attacks

  17. Epilepsy

  18. Dysesthesia

  19. Peripheral vascular disease

  20. Tuberculosis

  21. Thrombophlebitis and venous thrombosis (or their possible occurrence)

  22. Varicose veins

  23. Lymphatic system disease, Lymphangitis

  24. Rosacea

  25. Diabetes (Type 1)

  26. Enlarged or infected tonsils

  27. Creams or ointment with vitamin A, retinoids (e.g. Isotrexin, Differin, Zorac, Retin A),vitamin C and fruit acids (stop use two weeks before the treatment)

  28. Oral Retinoids treatment e.g. Roaccutane (stop use half a year before the first treatment)

  29. Hair removal with tweezing, waxing or epilator (stop use 7 days before treatment)

PRICE LIST VARILITE

LASER CLOSURE OF BLOOD VESSELS

Prices apply for a single treatment

Contraindications Varilite

  1. Pregnancy, breast-feeding, post-partum period

  2. Cancer (ongoing chemotherapy or radiotherapy)

  3. Hormonal treatment
    – individual hormonal therapy
    – infertility treatment
    – thyroid disease treatment

  4. Medication
    – antibiotics (break between the last dose and the treatment is a minimum of 4 weeks)
    – anticoagulants (blood thinners)
    – aspirin
    – retinoids (break between the last dose and the treatment is a minimum of 6 montha)
    – photosensitisers

  5. Cosmetics with:
    – retinol
    – vitamins A, C and E
    – fruit acids

  6. Herbal Remedies (stop use a week before treatment)
    – St John’s Wort, calendula
    – herbal slimming teas
    – herbal antidepressants

  7. Tanning
    – sun tanning
    – sun bed (stop use 4 weeks before treatment)
    – self – tanning creams (stop use 4 weeks before treatment)

  8. Exfoliating products should be stopped a week before the procedure

  9. Bleeding disorders

  10. Untreated diabetes

  11. History of keloids

  12. Hypertension

  13. Dermatological skin changes
    – herpes
    – inflammation
    – nevus (moles, beauty marks etc)
    – photodermatoses (skin sensitivity to the sun)
    – eczemas
    – hyperpigmentation
    – psoriasis
    – reticularis (mottled skin)
    – vitiligo (relative contraindications)

  14. Open wounds

  15. Allergic skin reactions

  16. Epilepsy (relative contraindication)

  17. HIV

  18. Pacemaker

  19. Alcohol (24 hours before and after)

Contraindications HIFU

  1. Pregnancy, breastfeeding, post-partum period

  2. Cancer (ongoing chemotherapy or radiotherapy)

  3. Pacemaker

  4. Insulin Pump

  5. Thrombophlebitis

  6. Metal implants inside the body

  7. Medication:
    – antibiotics (break between the last dose and the treatment is a minimum of 4 weeks)
    – anticoagulants (blood thinners)
    – painkillers (except for paracetamol)
    – steroids
    – photosensitisers

  8. Cosmetics
    – fruit acids
    – steroidal ointments
    – anaesthetic ointments

  9. Epidermal breakdown

  10. Topical inflammatory conditions of the skin

  11. Increased body temperature

  12. Hypertension

  13. Hernia

  14. Varicose Veins

  15. Hypertrophic scars

  16. Untreated Diabetes

  17. Kidney failure

  18. Liver failure

  19. Skin prone to discoloration or bruising

  20. Tattoos

  21. History of keloids

  22. Fillers (Botox, hyaluronic acid)

  23. Dermatological skin changes
    – vitiligo (relative contraindications)
    – psoriasis
    – herpes

  24. History of strokes

  25. Other medicines currently being taken

  26. Other supplements currently being taken

  27. HIV

  28. Braces (it is not a contraindication, however the space between the lips and braces should be additionally secured)

  29. Dental Implants

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