What is a skin LED Rejuvenation?

LED Skin rejuvenation interaction of light emitted of Light Emitting Diodes (LED), which activates cell and stimulate collagen production.

What is the difference of the LED laser and IPL therapy?

These types of therapies are based on thermal damage to the collagen of the skin, water or blood vessels to encourage skin self rejuvenation. Skin rejuvenation LED does not rely on thermal energy and non trauma to the tissue to produce results. So patients do not feel heat.

How does the LED skin rejuvenation works?

ICE offers a completely natural and non-ablative method for skin rejuvenation. The Light from LED machine interacts with cells and stimulates them to produce collagen and elastic. Studies show that the same power LED can be used to stimulate new collagen and to treat scars. With the regulation of the wafe length, the cells are activated or not activated. Red LED light is used for foto rejuvenation. Blue light is used in the treatment of acne.

When they appear first enclosed?

It is individual, but most people feel and see changes by about 4 treatments. Because treatments are progressive, we recommend 1 week making a minimum of 4 treatments.

Are LED gives enclosed with everyone?

LED treatments act and can be used for all skin types. The results appear in more than 90%.

Can you damage your eyes?

Certainly it cannot happen if you follow our instructions below and wear safety goggles.

Whether the treatment hurt?

No. The treatment is very relaxing. Fully painless. The energy generated by the ice machine will not heat.

Can LEDs be used with other treatments for skin?

Yes, LED treatments often combine with other treatments for skin care to affect a better and more durable.

The combination of LED with Microdermabrasion and IPL Photo rejuvenacija, will increase the health and quality of the skin, while the skin will become shiny and smooth as ever.

Dr. Vesna Gjorgjieska is the first doctor to our room which introduced the method in practice mesotherapy for aesthetic purposes.