Skin Allergy Realted Questions

An allergy is a hypersensitive immune response by the body towards any substance that may have entered or come in contact with the body. Any such substance that causes an allergic reaction is called an Allergen.
Anaphylaxis is the most severe reaction to an allergen that can be life-threatening. It is a rapid response that can present with severe swelling, hives, low blood pressure, dilated blood vessels, difficulty breathing etc.
Well sometimes, during an exposure to a substance the body marks it as an invader and makes an IgE antibody against it. On exposure the next time, the antibodies trigger production of mast cells that initiate the allergy symptoms in the nose, skin, lungs and the GI system.
Several viral infections can cause a rash accompanied by other symptoms. Some viruses such as Chicken pox and measles cause a typical rash that is easily diagnosed, while others may not be characteristic of any specific virus. The rash on its own is not considered serious and usually subsides with time and treatment.

General Questions

Aside from bringing elasticity and youthfulness back to your skin, laser skin rejuvenation can be used to get rid of skin imperfections.

Most commonly, this procedure is used to reduce the appearance of:

  • Pore size
  • Fine Lines
  • Wrinkles
  • Birthmarks
  • Scars
  • Sun damage
  • Acne scars
  • Freckles
  • Discoloration
  • Age spots
  • Skin Imperfections
Any laser procedure may cause mild discomfort that most customers compare to the snap of a rubber band. Laser skin rejuvenation treatments with the PicoWay are more comfortable than prior laser treatments because the laser pulse is so quick, one trillionth of a second, that there is little to no heat generated. The PicoWay laser is a photoacoustic (light shockwave) laser rather than the more traditional photothermal (light heat wave) lasers that have been used in the past.
On average, treatments take less than 10 minutes. This, of course, depends of the size of the area being treated and is based on a standard facial treatment. The treatment of a larger area may take longer, usually no more than 30 minutes.
Ablative lasers were the original lasers used for skin resurfacing and rejuvenation before nonablative lasers were discovered. These kinds of lasers often created open wounds on the skin’s surface, which encouraged the growth of new skin cells in order to produce results. Treatments using an ablative laser are considered invasive procedures and must be done by a doctor. They usually take 30-45 minutes to treat smaller areas such as the face, and recovery time can range from days to weeks, depending on how quickly your wounds heal.

Nonablative lasers are considered noninvasive as they can reach the deeper layers of the skin without damaging the epidermis, so there are no open wounds or downtime. Treatments only take 10 minutes on average, and sessions can be performed every 4 weeks if desired to slow down the appearance of aging.

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