Medical Conditions and Genesis Skin Rejuvenation

The Genesis Skin Rejuvenation is a non ablative skin treatment that may be used to reduce wrinkling, large pores, acne scars and other skin imperfections. The treatment can be used in patients over the age of 18 that are in good health. There are a few cases in which the administration of Genesis Skin Rejuvenation treatment is not possible.

Genesis Skin Rejuvenation may be applied in healthy individuals, but there are also patients that have a chronic medical condition that is kept under control that can benefit of this treatment.

Autoimmune Diseases

Patients with autoimmune diseases may have unpredictable reactions to the application of the laser beams, so the treatment is not recommended.


The Genesis Skin Rejuvenation is also not recommended for patients that are under medication with retinoids. If the patient takes retinoids, the effects of the Genesis Skin Rejuvenation may not be optimal, as the retinoids will interact with the laser treatment. The patient should interrupt the retinoid treatment at least 2 months prior to getting a Genesis Skin Rejuvenation procedure.


Patients that have the hepatitis virus, which causes the formation of cold sores, may not get the Genesis Skin Rejuvenation treatment at all times. First, the virus should be under control. The patient should receive some viral medication prior to the Genesis procedure.

Sun Burns

The Genesis Skin Rejuvenation shouldn’t be applied on patients with sun burns or with tanned skin. The skin should not be exposed to sun or artificial tanning for at least 4 weeks prior to a Genesis Skin Rejuvenation treatment.

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