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What is Revlite SI

Revlite is a high-tech Q-Nd-YAG laser that shatters unwanted pigments on the skin, correcting skin, freckles, melasma, and uneven skin tone. It uses light energy of different wavelengths to send high-power energy under the skin to rejuvenate, treat skin, and remove tattoos. It enables treating different skin layers in a single session by a single system.

How is Revlite SI applied

When applying a tattoo removal treatment, a topical anesthetic cream is applied before application that aims to reduce the sensation of pain. Moreover, the Zimmer Cryo6 air-cooling device can also be used for painless treatment. After removing the tattoo, redness and blistering may appear in the application area, but this only takes a few days at most.

Benefits of the Revlite SI treatment

The Revlite SI device treats many skin lesions and diseases that affect many people and different age groups, leaving psychological effects on the details of their social and professional lives. Here are the most important skin problems that the Revlite SI device treats: 

It works to remove tattoos of all colors. It also works to treat skin lesions, skin spots, and non-ablative skin peeling; it also works to rejuvenate the skin and treat wrinkles, fine lines, and vascular lesions. It has outstanding results in treating acne scars, treating melasma and tightening pores. Its therapeutic effects in treating yellow hair, removing fine hair, and whitening the armpit and vaginal areas have excellent results.

How many sessions of Revlite SI should be applied

The number and frequency of sessions for tattoo removal and facial treatments vary depending on each type. When removing a tattoo, the treatment takes, on average, four to eight (4-8) treatment sessions, with an interval of between (4-6) weeks. On the other hand, facial treatment procedures take between (15 to 30) minutes per session, and the treatment duration takes a number of sessions ranging from (4 to 6) sessions with an interval ranging from (15 to 20) days. All of the above is determined by the structure of each patient’s skin individually, and how quickly their skin responds to treatment.