What is Pelleve Skin Tightening?
We all know that with aging comes the dreaded wrinkle problems. Everyone’s body eventually slows down natural collagen production, making skin lose its elasticity and firmness. This can create fine lines and wrinkles on your face, and leave other annoying creases like crows feet and laugh or smile lines. The good news is that Pelleve skin tightening is a new modern way to help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and creases without having any plastic surgery or painful injections.
When it comes to a safe and effective option to get back to a more youthful appearance, look no further than Pelleve skin tightening! With just a series of no downtime treatments you can boost your collagen rebuilding process easily. Its like hitting the refresh button for your skin!
Okay, but how does Pelleve Skin Tightening work?
Well Pellevé is unique in that it utilizes radio frequency energy to revitalize the collagen under your skin. During treatment, the handpiece delivers the radiofrequency enerygy through the epidermis and into the dermis. This heating of the dermal layer is what your body reponds to. After introducing the energy, the dermal layer’s natural response is to protect, heal, and grow new collagen.
How many treatments will I need?
Most of the time your personal goals will determine what your Pelleve skin tightening treatment plan looks like. Every treatment has a recovery period of 3-4 weeks for collagen to rebuild and your epidermis and dermis to recover. On average most Pellevé clients end up getting 3-5 treatments total, with a procedure every 4 weeks.
HERE ARE SOME PELLEVE SKIN TIGHTENING FAST FACTS:
- One to three days after a Pelleve skin tightening procedure, the area treated will have a “post – treatment glow”
- The collagen regrowth process with continue for while, from weeks to months after a treatment.
- Four to five days after a treatment, your body initiates the healing process, fibroblasts form, and the collagen rebuilding process begins
- Two weeks after treatment the collagen synthesis and formal remodeling have begun.