Joel Schlessinger MD recommends the Pellevé treatment to improve the appearance of an aging complexion.

One of the newest treatments available at the LovelySkin Spa is the Pellevé procedure. This non-invasive wrinkle procedure is designed to increase collagen production to firm and tighten sagging skin while filling in fine lines and wrinkles. This procedure is becoming more and more popular because, unlike many wrinkle treatments, there are no drugs, anesthetics or injections required and no down time or harmful side effects.

During this presentation, Joel Schlessinger MD explains how this advanced treatment works and how to tell if it’s right for you.

The Pellevé device uses radiofrequency technology to improve aging skin, explains Joel Schlessinger MD.

During the Pellevé treatment, electromagnetic waves are delivered deeply into the skin to generate heat. As the heat builds up, it stimulates collagen to create tighter, firmer skin and fill in wrinkles on the face, neck and chest area. Following the first treatment, many individuals experience a tightening and lifting effect that helps create a smoother and more youthful appearance.

Depending on the treatment area, this procedure lasts 30-60 minutes so it is perfect to fit in any time of the day. While some individuals experience slight tingling or redness, these symptoms dissipate quickly so there is no downtime.

Joel Schlessinger MD explains who this procedure is for and how to maintain your results.

This treatment is ideal for men and women who experience loose and sagging skin that ages their appearance. Pellevé is FDA-cleared to treat moderate wrinkles on the face for most skin types. Following your treatment, you can maintain your results by wearing a broad spectrum sunscreen such as SkinCeuticals Physical Fusion UV Defense SPF 50 daily.

Schedule an appointment at the LovelySkin Spa to experience this advanced treatment.

Posted Wednesday, March 20th, 2013 at 10:47 pm
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