About Photodynamic Therapy (PDT)
The light-based treatment shimmers away these cosmetic and medical abnormalities, ideally leaving behind much improved skin tone. Photodynamic therapy was created in the 1990s to treat pre-cancerous cells. In 2001, PDT began to gain popularity for its skin-improving capabilities.
The treatment may clear problematic skin concerns like acne, acne scars, broken capillaries, warts, rosacea, wrinkles, sun damage, and enlarged pores. How? By activating a topical liquid (Levulan) or creamy drug (Metvix) with light, spurring a chemical reaction that destroys damaged skin, promotes collagen growth, and shrinks oil glands by destroying pore-dwelling bacteria.
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