For years, skin rejuvenation treatments were only available at doctors' offices and in exclusive medi-spas. Now, laser treatment for eye wrinkles has come home. To learn more about why the PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser works, read below. And then make people notice your eyes ... not your wrinkles.
Although wrinkles appear on the surface of the skin, their origins are deeper than that. Our skin has two primary layers – the epidermis and the dermis. The epidermis is the thin, outer layer – partially consisting of dead skin cells – that protects the body. The dermis has collagen and elastin fibers that, like springs in a mattress, form a supportive structure helping skin look smooth and youthful. With age, this supportive structure weakens, causing wrinkles to form.
Unlike lotions and creams, which are most effective on the skin's outer layer, the PaloVia laser for eye wrinkles also works below the surface where wrinkles form. Short pulses of micro-fine laser light reach deeply into the skin's sub-layers, treating the aging support structure. Then the body's natural healing process sweeps away older, damaged tissue and rebuilds it with fresh, new collagen and elastin- the crucial building blocks of smooth, youthful skin.
Each 3 - 4 minute treatment with the PaloVia laser affects only a fraction of the skin. Although that may not seem like much, this technique keeps the outer layer of skin in place, for faster healing and recovery. Over 30 successive days, the coverage builds as more of the skin is treated. The results are natural-looking, but dramatic. Because, remember, with each laser treatment for eye wrinkles, the PaloVia laser does what no other cream, lotion, filler or injectable can – stimulate the healthy generation of new collagen and elastin to reverse the signs of aging.
After the initial 30-day treatment phase, you should continue the laser skin care treatments twice a week to maintain results. In a four-month clinical study, participants showed ongoing wrinkle improvement. In the study, a clinician used the medical community's standard wrinkle scale to assess improvement in participants' before and after treatment photos. Although the most dramatic results were in the first 4 weeks, the average wrinkle scores continued to decrease over the course of the four-month study. The PaloVia laser reveals a younger-looking you, both today … and tomorrow.
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To better understand how the PaloVia laser treatment for wrinkles works, think of the pattern of raindrops on pavement. When it first begins raining, you only see a few drops. As the rain continues, though, the drops gradually fill in and overlap.