ELOS™ rejuvenation


ELOS™ photorejuvenation

The only photorejuvenation procedure which also tightens the skin!

The procedure can be applied on all body areas.

  • Improves the skin photodamaged by UVB and UVA rays!
  • Removes brown spots: freckles, sunspots, liver spots, melasma, hyperpigmentation
  • Improves the look of vascular lesions (rosacea, couperose, different angiomas)
  • Slows down the age-related changes in skin, smoothens fine wrinkles, narrows pores, evens the complextion and skin texture
  • Stimulates the production of collagen and elastin and speeds up the scar healing
  • Decreases acne

The first results will be seen already in a week after the procedure when brown spots start to scale off. The rejuvenation processes in skin continue up to 2 months after the procedure!

Duration of the procedure varies between 15 minutes and 1 hour.

In order to maximize the results it is recommended to perform 1-5 procedures at 3-4 week intervals. To maintain the results we recommend you to repeat the procedure 1-2 times in a year. The procedure can be combined with other ELOS™ and Sublative™ procedures, as well.

Before the ELOS™ photorejuvenation procedure you will have a consultation with a laser specialist who will determine your skin type, test your skin reaction to an energy pulse and examine any possible contraindications to the procedure.

ELOS™ photorejuvenation is the first and only procedure in the world which is based on using the bi-polar radio frequency and optical energy at the same time making it the best remodeler of skin tissue.


The procedure of skin rejuvenation is based on the ELOS™ technology, which combines the pulsed optical light infrared spectrum energy and bi-polar radio frequency energy. Both optical and radio frequency energy are targeted into dermis as a combined pulse which ensures the effective results and safe procedure.

Common problems

Melasma (pigmentation spots) occurs in 90% of women at the age of 20 – 40 and only 10% of men. Most often brown spots occur in 50-70% of pregnant women and 5-34% of women during taking birth control pills.

Rosacea is a fairly common skin disease among adults. Over 45 million people suffer from it in the world. According to the European research rosacea occurs in about 10% of population. The disease usually onsets at the age of 30-40 and the extent increases at the age of 40-50. Light-skinned blond and blue-eyed women get the disease more often and men generally suffer from more serious forms.

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  • It is recommended to come to the procedure with clean skin and without having applied creams, parfumes and make-up.
  • Sunbathing, solariums and self tanners should definitely be avoided 2 weeks before the procedure. The procedure can not be performed on tanned skin!
  • Also using photosensitivity-causing medicines (Roccutan,Tetracycline etc.), blood thinners (Marevan etc.), herbal extracts (Hypericum etc.), vitamins (vitamin A etc. in large amounts) and food additives and food products in large amounts should definitely be avoided before the procedure.
  • After applying hard facial chemical resurfacing or surgical procedures, you should wait at least 2 weeks to 3 months before coming to the procedure.
  • The procedures are not recommended to pregnant or breastfeeding women, or people suffering from porphyria, severe diabetes, lupus or epilepsy.
  • The procedure is not performed on people who have or have had skin cancer or some other tumor or who have to use electric cardiac pacemaker.
  • Before the procedure it is recommended to consult with a treatment specialist.