Effective laser Hair removal and Skin Rejuvenation

Rapid DPC provides a safe and effective solution for hair removal, acne, pigmented and vascular lesions, wrinkles, fine lines and more.

PHOTO FACIALS SKIN REJUVENATION TREATMENT

Skin rejuvenation with SharpLight™ systems gives a younger, glowing look to your skin. It simultaneously treats the three main elements of sun-damaged, environmentally-polluted and aging skin by coagulating blood vessels, eliminating pigmented spots and improving skin texture. Skin rejuvenation treatments are suitable for the face, neck, chest and hands; treating sun spots, small dilated blood vessels called telangiectasias; and skin textural changes such as small lines and enlarged pores. There are no signs of skin irritation after the treatment. You can even do it over your lunch break.
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LASER HAIR REMOVAL

SharpLight’s innovative and safe med-aesthetic systems offer excellent, lasting hair reduction/removal results with minimum discomfort in a relatively small number of treatment sessions. More specifically, SharpLight’s advanced technologies, based on pulsed light or photoepilation, enable personalized, precise treatments that achieve effective, permanent results. Using these technologies, the hair reduction is achieved when the energy is trans-formed to heat in the active growth follicles, coagulating the follicle and limiting re-growth. The technologies’ high heat power delivers noticeable results in less time – and these results are targeted so as to protect the surrounding skin.
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Frequently asked questions about laser treatment

It is recommended that all patients having resurfacing treatments done around the mouth have an oral antiviral agent to prevent any cold sore virus getting into the treated areas. Valtrex 500 mg twice a day to start 1 day before treatment and continue on for 5 days post treatment (7 days total).
-Please discontinue any products containing active ingredients 7 days prior to treatment, such as: Retinol (Retin-A, Tretinoin, Vitamin A), Glycolic Acid, Salicylic Acid, AHAs (Alpha-hydroxy acids), LHAs (Lipo hydroxy acids) and Benzoyl Peroxide. Avoid hydroquinone for 3 days before your treatment. If you have any questions about your current skin care products, please call
Jessica @647-400-8069
-Avoid sun exposure (including tanning beds) for at least 14 days prior to treatment.
-Avoid sunless tanning
creams or sprays on the treated area for 14 days.
-Avoid Aspirin, Motrin, Ibuprofen, Fish Oils, Vitamin E, and other blood thinners 5-7 days before your
treatment. If you are on a prescribed blood thinner, please contact our office at 647-400-8069.

Scabbing, darkening of the blood verssels under the surface of the skin (vascular lesion), hyperpigmentation (darkening of the skin caused by increased melanin), blanching (skin turning white/pale, caused by temporary obstruction of blood flow) are common reactions
Although very rare, there may be possible adverse reactions immediately after the treatment, such as:
Excessive pain.
Excessive persistent erythema (redness of the skin caused by increased blood flow).
Oedema (swelling caused by fluid retention).
Blistering (raised portion of the skin that is filled with fluid).
Bruising or marking of the skin in the shape of the crystal.
Grey / ash colour forming or the skin appears puckered,
however, the risk is minimised if sunscreen (SPF 50 or greater) with Zinc is used.
Prolonged itching may occur but keep the area cool and apply aloe vera gel or calming creams.

Find out how to care for your skin before and after hair removal treatment, including what to avoid before laser hair removal.

Taking care of the skin that is going to be treated is important for your safety and comfort, as well as to ensure the treatment is as effective as possible.

Prior to arriving for your treatment session
The area of treatment should be shaved at least 12 hours prior to treatment.
Wear loose-fitting clothes on the day.
Avoid alcohol or smoking the night before and on the day of the treatment.
Drink at least 1 litre of water the day before and the day of treatment – this helps your body to regulate its temperature.
Arrive early prior so that you are relaxed.
Do not exercise before the treatment.
Avoid applying any products on areas of treatment, keep it dry and clean prior to treatment.
Do not expose the skin to UV light (sunlight or sunbeds) or apply any self-tanning products for 8 weeks prior to treatment.
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Protecting your skin after and between sessions.
Here’s what to avoid:

Avoid exposing skin to UV light (sunlight or sunbeds) or self-tan for at least 2 weeks after treatment. This is to minimise darkening of the skin (hyperpigmentation).
Avoid heat treatments such as spas, steam rooms and saunas for 7 days.
Avoid excessive scrubbing or applying pressure to the skin for 4-5 days. This is to allow the treated skin to recover and to prevent any infection.
Avoid shaving the treated area for 72 hours after treatment.
Avoid exercising for at least 48 hours.
Avoid hot baths and hot showers for 48 hours.
Avoid anything that involves chlorine (e.g. swimming) for 48 hours.
Avoid make-up on the treated area for at least 48 hours.
Avoid the application of perfumed products or bleaching creams for 48 hours.
Avoid scratching the treatment area if blistering or crusting occurs, as this can cause scarring.
Avoid waxing, tweezing and threading for the complete duration of the treatment course.
And here’s what to do after your treatment and between sessions:

Do apply an ice-pack on the treated area to reduce pain, discomfort or irritation.
Do apply aloe vera gel or calming creams for 3 days after the treatment.
Do wear loose clothes to avoid friction on the treated area for 48 hours.
Do keep treated area clean and dry for 48 hours.
Do drink plenty of water.
Do use at least SPF 50 sunscreen with Zinc for at least 2 weeks.

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