ClearLift Cuts to the Core of Your Collagen
by Barb Tate
There’s a new laser resurfacing treatment for all those sagging necks on the block. If you feel like your neck skin is suffering a little too much from gravity’s relentless tug, but you are weary of surgical intervention, keep your eyes peeled for a new non-invasive, non-ablative, no-downtime, no-pain procedure: the ClearLift.
Developed by medical laser manufacturer and provider Alma Laser, the ClearLift is a state-of-the-art skin resurfacing applicator developed from military technology! The Clearlift is subtly unique from the other lasers in its category- featuring premier speed, efficiency, and comfort for all patients and all skin types.
This technology smooths wrinkles, improves fine lines, and diminishes the appearance of vascularity redness and small veins. The true perks of Clearlift lie in the depth of the laser and its positive results. The laser permeates 3mm beneath the surface into the subcutaneous tissue of your skin to target excess collagen buildup. This depth ensures a completely pain free experience that can also be performed on the skin’s more delicate areas: the eyes, neck, chest, and mouth.
The Clearlift uses a non-ablative- or non-wounding- laser to safely penetrate the skin without causing exterior burning or damage. Typically, ablative lasers are stronger and can erode more collagen (and more skin layers), but testing has proven that the ClearLift exhibits a similar display of efficiency without tenderizing your skin. The entire procedure is painless with no downtime whatsoever.
The application is also extremely quick and effective- typically only requiring 3-5 sessions at 20 minutes a session. Patients can expect to see visible improvement in their treatment areas after just one session.
Additionally, the procedure is being developed as a method for tattoo removal, nail fungus erosion, and vascular lesions. It can be used to manipulate pigment in your skin- specifically sunspots, scars, hormonal pigmentation and other inconsistencies on your face. The laser permeates your skin to the damaged pigmented area just as it would to target collagen. It then fractions the pigment and the pieces are carried away by white blood cells. Spider veins are also prime targets for the Clearlift: the laser causes the visible red blood cells to clot while the body’s white blood cells, again, carry away the ‘debris’.
The ClearLift is not yet widely available, but reviews have been very favorable for this fast and painless laser. If you are interested in learning more about the ClearLift or other new and exciting cosmetic treatments, please visit the Healthy Skin Portal for more information. Contact one of our representatives today to schedule a free consultation or search for a doctor near you!
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