Laser thermolifting

What are the effects of the treatment?

Modern technology using a laser light beam performs biostimulation of the skin. The laser pulses deeply penetrate the skin, changing its structure and stimulating collagen production, so the complexion is revitalized. Even after the first treatment, the skin regains its uniform color, tone and smoothness. Wrinkles are visibly shallowened. Laser rejuvenation is performed on areas of skin on the face, neck and décolleté, as well as the backs of the hands.

Who is the treatment intended for?

The therapy provides rejuvenation, wrinkle reduction, improvement of skin tone, density and color.

What does the procedure involve?

The procedure is relatively short – it takes about 30 minutes, and requires no anesthesia or convalescence. It is painless, and after it is performed, the patient can immediately return to performing daily activities. Occasionally, it may cause slight redness, which lasts only for a few hours.

How will you feel after the treatment?

A feeling of warmth in the treatment area. Immediately after the procedure, the skin is slightly reddened.
It is necessary to use a sunscreen with SPF 50. High temperatures that cause vasodilation, such as sauna, hot baths, infrared, should be avoided for 7 days after the procedure.
For a few days after the procedure, avoid products that can cause skin irritation, i.e. products containing tretinoin, retinol, benzoyl peroxide, glycolic/salicylic acid, astringent, etc.).

Contraindications and side effects

Any medical procedure, including aesthetics, is fraught with the risk of side effects due to its invasiveness. The safety and comfort of the patient is our priority, so we make every effort to minimize risks at every step and immediately and professionally counteract possible complications. Exact information on each procedure, its course, preparation and possible side effects, is discussed at the consultation appointment preceding the procedure.


The main contraindications are:


– recent tanning (3 weeks)
– photosensitizing drugs (retinoids, tetracyclines)
– herbs usage (St. John’s wort, calendula, stop using 2-3 weeks before treatment)
– consumption of alcohol on the day of treatment
– vitiligo
– psoriasis

How often should the treatment be repeated?

The effects of the treatment are visible after the first treatment. 4-6 treatments at intervals of 2-3 weeks are recommended.