Non-Surgical Face lift
The Three Ways of Facial Aging
Facial aging has always been associated with the visual signs of sagging skin. For decades, the favored treatment of this sagging skin has been a facelift. When aging recurred, another facelift was done, and so on. After a second or third facelift, the individual no longer looked natural, and instead had a “tight or pulled” appearance.
Over the last 10 years, there has been a general “awakening” and acknowledgment among plastic surgeons as to how aging really occurs. Aging in the face occurs in three ways:
There is a loss of fat or volume in the face.
There is photo damage from the sun’s harmful rays
There develops an abundance of hanging excess skin
So what do each of these components look like?
— Loss of fat or volume in the face leaves a sallow, hollow or deflated appearance. Areas most commonly affected by fat loss are the tear trough (the groove that forms below the lower eyelid fat bag), the cheeks, temples, lips and upper eyelids.
— Photo damage is caused by solar radiation. The sun’s radiating rays physically break the elastic fibers in the skin and damage the DNA of the skin causing cells to grow with abnormal coloration (sun spots and freckles) or even to develop skin cancer. Those who have spent too much time in the sun will manifest the sun damage as fine wrinkles around the eyes and lips, sun spots and freckles, and a dull leathery texture to the skin.
— Aging, the sagging skin, is seen as large hanging bags under the eyes, eyebrows which hang so low as to hood the eyes, hanging jowls, and loose skinned necks.
From the 1960’s through the 1990’s, each of these three distinct signs of aging was solved with one procedure: the facelift. At the time, this procedure was complex, fairly risky and had a 3-6 month recovery time. In more recent years, a shift has been made to more natural rejuvenation of the face, including a host of non-surgical facial procedures. Anyone who has looked into these new procedures knows that the options seem endless – surgical and non-surgical treatments, “liquid facelifts”, fillers, peels, lasers, dermabrasion, mini-facelift, lunch time-facelift… the list goes on. The big question is, how do you choose?
We Choose Venus Freeze Face Lift
What Venus Freeze at I WELLNESS Does ?
Our non-invasive VENUS FREEZE combines Radio Frequency (RF) and Magnetic Pulses into a technology called (MP)², used efficaciously in circumference reduction, cellulite improvement, skin tightening and wrinkle reduction.
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What causes wrinkles?
Wrinkles are usually associated with aging, which brings about multiple biological changes in the dermis and epidermis. Increased collagen fragmentation, decline in the number of dermal fibroblasts that produce collagen, and reduced dermal circulation lessen the skin’s elasticity and cause the formation of wrinkles.
A potent treatment will promote the production of collagen and elastic fibers and improve blood flow, and thus restore elasticity and revitalize the skin.
(MP)², brought to you by Venus Concept, is an advanced technology for non-invasive treatments with proven clinical results. This patented technology combines multi polar radio frequency (RF) with magnetic pulses that work in synergy to effectively diminish wrinkles and improve skin texture.
How it works
Two mechanisms work synergistically to reverse the biological processes responsible for wrinkles. The magnetic pulse component of (MP)² induces the release of growth factors required for the sprouting of new blood vessels, as well as for proliferation of dermal fibroblast. Concurrently, the RF component induces collagen and elastin synthesis by creating controlled damage and triggering the skin’s healing process. The result is a more vital, toned and healthy looking skin with improved elasticity and texture.