Nonsurgical Treatments That Boost Your Confidence: PelleFirm®, IPL Photofacial, and Pellevé Skin® Ti

Is your body almost the way you want it, but you have a small amount of dissatisfaction with a few problem areas? You don’t have to book yourself in for cosmetic surgery. Nonsurgical body sculpting and skin tightening treatments can tone and firm your face and body for spectacular results. 

At Skin Deep Laser MD in Fort Worth, Texas, Dr. Laura Riehm and her team can deliver the results you are looking for with gentle, effective radiofrequency and light energy techniques that make you look and feel younger. PelleFirm®, IPL Photofacial, and Pellevé Skin® Tightening are three such treatments that can be mixed and matched for a brand new you.

Reduce the appearance of cellulite with PelleFirm

Cellulite shows up when fat cells multiply in between the fibrous tissues that connect your skin to your muscles, creating a dimpled, “cottage cheese” appearance. Women are far more prone than men to cellulite, and you can have cellulite even if you are at your ideal body weight and very fit.  

PelleFirm helps get rid of the appearance of cellulite by using radiofrequency energy (RF) and massage to gently heat your skin and encourage collagen construction and new collagen production. This tightens and smooths your skin and slowly fills in the dimples for a taut, firm appearance.

You can receive PelleFirm treatment on any area of your body, but it’s most popular for the buttocks, arms, thighs, and abdomen.

Smooth away fine lines and wrinkles with an IPL photofacial

If you have signs of aging and sun damage on your face like fine lines, wrinkles, sunspots, or broken blood vessels, a series of ICON MaxG™ IPL photofacial treatment sessions can repair the damage and restore a youthful look. Intense pulsed light can be used all over the body, but it’s particularly effective on the facial skin and can get rid of 50-75% of broken blood vessels in just one treatment. Not only does it treat spider veins and rosacea, a photofacial also removes brown pigment such as freckles, age spots and sunspots.

Pulses of low energy light pass through the uppermost layers of your skin to be absorbed by the hemoglobin and melanin deposits responsible for many skin imperfections. These components begin to break up and dissipate, then are naturally flushed away by your body. This triggers a healing cycle, causing new collagen formation and cellular turnover for smoother, tighter, fresher looking facial skin.   

Tighten and tone your facial skin with Pellevé 

Another RF treatment option, Pellevé is used to tighten facial skin by promoting collagen production. It can also be used to seal off spider veins and skin tags, resulting in clearer, smoother skin. With Pellevé, facial lines and wrinkles like crows feet, laugh lines and frown lines can be minimized, taking years off of your appearance.

Are you ready for a nonsurgical makeover? Contact our office at 817-263-7546, or use our online booking system to request an appointment today.

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