Smooth Lines with Clearlift

LeVisage Professional Skin Therapy, Milford

Q Laser or Clearlift is a technological breakthrough that offers the dramatic, trusted results found with traditional laser resurfacing with no pain and discomfort and no downtime.  The high power fractional, non ablative Q switch laser delivers double the amount of acoustic energy by way of multiple pulses utilising a special tip that heats deep beneath the skin (up to 3mm) so that all skin healing, collagen stimulation and tightening happens without damage to the outer layer of the skin – making this laser a great choice for clients that need to return to work the same day or attend an event the same night.

What can Q Laser treat?
• Fine lines and wrinkles
• Improving rosacea, broken capillaries and spider veins
• Pigmentation/melasma
• Proven excellence for normally hard to treat lines around the face and neck

Is it safe?
Q laser requires a series of treatments (normal protocol is 4-6 treatments) for optimal results each session is 1, 3 weeks apart.  You can often see results soon after your first treatment, best results are seen in 3 -6 months. It is important to keep in mind that collagen remodelling doesn’t happen overnight.  After completion of the recommended sessions you will need a follow up treatment in 18 months as maintenance.
Benefits of Clearlift fractional Q Laser
• Stimulation of new collagen
• Firmer and tighter contoured skin
• Beautiful even skin tone with a clear complexion
• Reduced acne scarring
• Excellent option for treating the neck area
• Ideal for those concerned with the aging process

We have payment packages available so that you can begin treatment immediately, so if you’re as serious about your skins health as we are, come in and see photos of the results our clients are getting or call us on …….
Love the skin you’re in, it’s the only one you’ve got so make the most of it!

LeVisage, Level 1 / 161 Kitchener Road, Milford, 09 486 6880 www.levisage.co.nz

 

By Channel Magazine

Channel Magazine: Issuu 53 April 2015