Once we reach a certain age, the collagen production in our skin naturally starts to decrease and slow. Collagen is what gives our appearance a plump, youthful appearance, so when it’s gone we start to look a little more tired. It actually helps give structure to the cells and supports our skin. When that support is gone, what happens? Our skin loses volume, leaving us with drooping or sagging skin. And, if you smoke or spend a lot of time in the sun, you may have actually sped up that process. Ouch.
Thankfully, we don’t have to live with tired-looking or loose skin on our necks anymore. In fact, we can tighten skin and smooth away wrinkles, all without undergoing a costly, invasive surgery like a facelift.
SmoothLiftin is an exclusive non-invasive treatment that heats up the skin from inside the mouth. Hear us out. This may sound strange, but the results speak pretty loud. Overall improvement of tightness and elasticity of the skin can be created, and there may even be an extra plumping effect. There is only minimal discomfort during the procedure.
How Does Skin Tightening Work?
The SP Dynamis Fotona laser uses an exclusive non-invasive laser technology to heat up tissue both on the surface and deep below the skin. Through a process called collagen induction, new collagen is formed. This creates a stronger foundation for the neck and lower face and helps smooth out wrinkles.
We are able to effectively stimulate collagen from the inside out. And, it’s a more well-rounded treatment than others, because this affects the deeper layers and the surface of the skin.
How Many SmoothLiftin Treatments Will I Need?
In order to get optimal results, we recommend that you get a minimum of three treatments. These are scheduled between four to six weeks apart. Maintenance treatments may be suggested about once a year to continue the collagen regeneration process.
To learn more about skin tightening for the face and neck, get in touch with Remington Laser Dermatology Centre today. To contact Dr. Kent Remington, call 403-252-7784. To call Dr. Todd Remington, call 403-255-1633.