Pelleve Wrinkle Reduction System Review
by Trudi Schrieber
Surgical facelifts and eyelifts have proven effective for reducing the appearance of wrinkles, but some people cringe at the thought of undergoing anesthesia and facial incisions. Many individuals swear by Botox for its ability to smooth out wrinkles, but some are terrified by needles, especially the idea of facial injections. For those afraid of the knife and the needle, Pellevé Wrinkle Reduction System offers the latest heat-based solution for smoothing out facial wrinkles.
Pellevé, an innovative skin tightening system, is a series of pain-free treatments that does not involve surgery, anesthesia, needles, or skin cooling . Believe it or not, this wrinkle reducing system has been described as feeling like a warm facial massage. This is because Pellevé uses advanced radio wave technology delivered through a “wand” to heat deep layers of the skin without damaging the upper layers. The process softens wrinkles by shrinking and tightening collagen. At the same time, Pellevé stimulates new collagen, which creates firmer, smoother, more youthful skin.
Pellevé is a simple enough procedure that you can go in for treatment during the work day—- it takes under an hour to perform—- then walk out and head back to work. It requires virtually no down time, unlike surgeries, which can require a full week or more of recovery time. The simplicity of Pellevé, in addition to the pain-free process, is very attractive for many individuals looking to reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
For those with fine lines, or mild to moderate wrinkling, Pellevé is an excellent choice. The treatment is best-known for its effectiveness in smoothing out “crow’s feet” around the eyes. However, the Pellevé treatment can be used to soften wrinkles on the forehead, eyes, lips, neck, and hands. Plus, unlike laser wrinkle reduction systems, individuals with all skin colors and types can receive Pellevé treatments. The results will not be as drastic as those provided by a surgical facelift or eyelift, but the results are visible and last for up to six months. Patients start to see results immediately.
Pellevé is also safe. The procedure was FDA approved in 2010, and very few side effects have been reported with Pellevé, and those that have occurred have been mild. Individuals may experience some mild discomfort during the treatment. Afterward, mild swelling or redness may occur, but usually go away in under a week. Sometimes, these symptoms can last for several weeks.
If the ease, convenience, and results of Pellevé sound appealing to you, contact HealthySkinPortal to learn more. Our representatives will schedule your personal consultation with an expert skin care specialist performing Pellevé or a similar skin care treatment in your area. Your doctor can tell you more about the Pellevé treatment, and help you decide if it’s the right choice for you. Contact us today!
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