Skin Resurfacing w/ Nanofractional Radiofrequency
Resurface your skin without surgery by reducing the signs of skin damage and aging. This treatment improves the look of scars, rosacea, deep wrinkles, stretch marks, and other textural irregularities. The Venus Versa system uses Nanofractional radio frequency and smart scan technology making it safe for all skin types with minimal downtime. generally require 3-4 sessions every 4-6 weeks for optimum results.
Combine skin resurfacing w/ PRP
Get the best in skin resurfacing and remodeling using the most customizable skin resurfacing device in the industry, combine that with platelet rich plasma and take your results to the next level. The first step involves performing the Venus viva treatment. The viva treatment creates micro channels to the surface of the skin while sending highly focused RF energy into those channels stimulating the production of collagen as well as remodeling existing collagen. Second, PRP is injected and applied to the skin immediately following the viva treatment supplying the newly resurfaced skin with a boost of stem cells that are able to penetrate to the deeper layers of the dermis. Resulting in optimal skin rejuvenation.
After care Instructions
Prevent any further injury to the treated sites 2 days following the procedure i.e. avoid hot baths, massage, saunas, scrubbing of the skin, vigorous exercise, or microneedling. basically, anything that can cause mechanical or thermal damage.
Try to keep skin clean and avoid applying products to the treated area for at least 24 hours.
You can apply moisturizer 24 hours following the procedure and then apply regularly throughout the course of the treatments.
Makeup can be applied 24 hours after the procedure.
Wash your face with gentle soap free from exfoliants.
Use a sunscreen post treatments with at least 30 spf.
Tanning of any sort sort be avoided during and following procedures.
Implantable defibrillators, pacemakers, or other metal implants
Metal plate, screws, or injected chemical substances
History of cancer specifically skin cancer or history of premalignant moles.
Pregnant or nursing