WHY 3D FACELIFT?
Introducing our 3D non-surgical facelift, the ultimate laser treatment for total facial rejuvenation! Over time skin loses its elasticity, quality, and youthful glow as gravity and other environmental factors take effect. Aging is a process that everybody and their skin will eventually experience, and the outcome of the process will almost always be droopiness, sagging, redness, fine lines/wrinkles, sun or age spots, and other unappealing physical characteristics. Anyone who suffers from these can get the 3D Facelift to rejuvenate their look and to bring the youth gesture back into their life.
HOW DOES 3D WORK?
‘3D Revitalize Therapy’ is a three-tiered revitalizant to address signs of aging
IPL Limelight Photofacial – this is a light-based procedure that addresses problems at a superficial level of the dermis, such as redness, spots of sun damage, freckles, and fine lines.
Laser Genesis – this utilizes a laser to penetrate a mid-layer of the dermis to stimulate collagen production. The result is softening of fine lines and wrinkles, diminishing of scars, and decrease of deep-set redness, and overall improvement of skin texture.
Laser Titan – this is the final tier of treatment and the laser that penetrates the deepest into the dermis. Titan uses infrared light to heat tissue in a deep level of the dermis in order to tighten loose or sagging skin, improve skin elasticity, and stimulate deep collagen production.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
IPL delivers a series of light pulses which are bright and slightly painful. With each pulse of light, clients may feel a mild, brief pinching sensation as well as see a series of flashes.
Laser Genesis is a gentle and soothing treatment. During treatment clients will feel a series of warm pulses along the surface of your skin and areas of prolonged warmth where the laser is targeted, but it is quite tolerable.
With each Titan pulse, clients first feel coolness, followed by a brief heating sensation and then another cool feeling. Most clients are comfortable without taking any medication prior to treatment; a few prefer taking a mild pain reliever beforehand. Consult with your treating RN for more information.