1. COSMETIC PROBLEMS
- Keloid and atrophy
- Post-treatment of epilation
- Cellulitis and inflammation of adipose tissue
- Rosacea, dilation of blood vessels
- Skin stimulation and anti-wrinkle procedures
- Early wrinkles
- Administering active cosmetic substances into the skin
The range of cosmetic treatments is expanding constantly. There are newer and newer treatments on the market beside conventional treatments, from the treatment of wrinkles to epilation. However, some of them are painful and unpleasant, others pose a high risk to health or are of uncertain outcome.
2. TREATING COSMETIC PROBLEMS
Treating Cosmetic Problems
These problems mostly belong to the field of dermatology, which generally uses medications.
- Creams, washes, cooling creams, herbals
- Cosmetic proceedings
- Combinations of the above
Of course, natural medicines, like healing creams or herbal washes, are also popular.
It happens sometimes that herpes appears on my mouth. Everybody who has ever experienced it knows that it is not just uncomfortable but also really “ugly”, so I don’t like to go out in this condition. Since I have Safe Laser (which I always keep on myself), I have no such problem. When I feel the herpes breaking out (the skin on my lips starts to tingle and stretch) I irradiate it immediately, and it usually doesn’t even appear. If I fail to catch it in time (you have to use the laser within half or one hour after the stretching feeling starts), it does appear, but it dries off in one day and it doesn’t stretch, hurt or infect. It dries for next day, and the scars come off. If you don’t rip it off (it is really hard not to), it heals in 1-2 days.
A case of a patient:
I had my wedding last summer. I was super stressed because of the preparations, but I didn’t think that herpes would appear on my mouth 4 days before the event. I knew that it wouldn’t be nice on the photos and it would ruin my special day. It was a terrible feeling, and I was desperate. My husband searched for some solution on the internet all night, and he found Safe Laser. I called Dr. Hegedűs the following morning, full of hope. He assured me that not everything was lost, and although he couldn’t promise me a perfect solution within 3 days, my situation would improve a lot. By noon I got my Safe Laser 150. Despite the recommendations I irradiated my mouth with the laser for all 3 days, 3 times a day. I only had a very small wound (scab) on my mouth in the morning of my wedding day that was concealed by the make-up artist so perfectly that it was not visible on the photos, and couldn’t even be noticed if not watched closely. I am so grateful that I could enjoy my wedding thanks to Safe Laser. – Andrea Molcsik