1. People with damaged capillaries in the face or legs.
2. Leg capillaries
3. Red spots from acne
4. Red birthmarks
5. People with abnormal skin pigments*
6. Acne vulgaris (Inflamed acne)
7. Area with abnormal red skin color caused by ruptured capillaries.
8. New scars
9. Red and swollen wound
10. Red stretch marks
11. Reduce the after the procedure or other bruises.
13. People who have sensitive or steroid facial skin
15. Depend on the discretion of the doctor.
1. Should clean the face or the treatment areas and dry those areas before treatment
2. It is recommended to avoid the intense sunlight after treatment at least 2 weeks
3. Should not be in extreme hot environments
4. Should use sunscreen with SPF30 + continuously.
5. In case of shooting red spots from acne, the redness will normally appear darker after the treatment, and the redness will gradually fade away after 10-14 days depending on the individual. For shooting red marks, the patients have to be retreated every 2-4 weeks until the red marks are completely imperceptible.
6. In the case of shooting dark spots of tiny freckles, after the laser treatment, the patient can see the freckles will be darkening. Some people may have thin skin flakes for 5-7 days, and the flakes will gradually peel off or will progressively fade away without any blemishes. However, the flakes should peel off by themselves.
7. Patients who have taken any drugs, herbs, supplements, and vitamins that cause skin sensing to 595 nm wavelength such as Isotretinoin (Accutane) within 6 months prior to laser treatment, tetracyclines or John's Wort within 2 weeks prior to treatment should consult a doctor.
8. Patients should avoid tanning products at least 2 weeks prior to treatment or depending on the doctor's discretions.
9. In the area of laser treatment causing wounds or chemical peels should abstain other treatment at least 3 months or depending on physician’s discretions.
10. Depend on discretion of the doctor
1. Patients with electrical devices e.g. pacemaker or internal defibrillator
2. Patients with metals in the superficial skin or the treatment area
4. Immunocompromised patients such as AIDS or taking immunosuppressive drugs.
5. Patients with have a history of any diseases that can be stimulated by 595 nm wavelength e.g. SLE, Porphyria, and Epilepsy
6. Patients who easily bleed or taking an anticoagulant drug should be in the discretion of the doctor.
7. People who have taken any drugs, herbs, supplements and vitamins that cause skin sensing to 595 nm wavelength such as Isotretinoin (Accutane) within 6 months before having laser treatment, tetracyclines or John's Wort within 2 weeks (depends on doctor's discretion).
Complied by Research and Development department [ Revised 24/11/59 ]
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