What's new in the world of cosmetic anti-aging treatments? Plenty! Treatments that provide significant results with minimal downtime are on the rise, and DermaNetwork has three new procedures that deliver just that. Check out these treatments that address different signs of aging. Choose what's right for you, or go for a comprehensive rejuvention with all three!
New Wrinkle Repair: Selphyl
With the advent of the Selphyl System, finding the perfect filler to repair the damage caused by aging may have become easier, especially for those afraid of allergic reaction or rejection. Because Selphyl is created from your own blood, negative reaction is almost impossible. Selphyl is also a great choice because it is non-invasive and requires minimal down-time. With Selphyl, your specialist will use your blood in a patented application that separates the red and white blood cells from the platelets and fibrin. Once the blood cells have been removed, the specialist is left with a gel concentrate that can be used just like synthetic dermal fillers--injected into facial wrinkles and folds to smooth the area and provide fullness. This jelly like substance of fibrin and platelets activates new skin cells in the area to grow rapidly and spread, plumping up wrinkles for a youthful look.
New Body Sculpting: Synergie
The Synergie system gives skin care providers a way to sculpt the body and restore the appearance of youthful skin using vacuum massage. Three different instruments allow the skin care provider to focus on different areas of the body. These machines create a relaxing suction which is used to smooth away cellulite, improve skin elasticity, increase skin exfoliation, and take away inches without additional dieting or exercise.
New Skin Rejuvenation: Ultherapy
Ultherapy is a new, non-surgical cosmetic treatment built to address facial signs of aging like fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin. It works deep below the skin's surface to firm, lift, and tighten using medical ultrasound technology. The ultrasound machine creates images of the deep layers, and targets problem areas with heat, creating a collagen-stimulating reaction that lifts and rejuvenates the skin. This technique delivers great results without damaging the sensitive surface layers of the skin.