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How Long Does Pellevé® Keep Wrinkles at Bay?

Woman posing in front of a marble wall, smiling with her hands crossed and leaning on a ledge.Pellevé® has become one of the hottest new med spa treatments for wrinkle reduction. It’s safe, effective and provides major results with zero downtime.

A med spa treatment that can reduce wrinkles without interfering with your daily life is a win-win for your beauty-life balance. But how long can you expect the results to last? The answer may surprise you.

How Pellevé Works

Pellevé uses radio frequency (RF) technology to gently heat the underlying dermis of the skin, leaving the outer layers undamaged. This thermal energy helps stimulate the production of collagen, which is the protein our body’s naturally produce and is used to keep skin vibrant and supple. Pellevé is great for men and women of all skin types and can improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and deep creases.

The Benefits of Pellevé Wrinkle Reduction

Pellevé treatment is virtually painless and takes anywhere from 30 minutes to 1 hour per session depending on the size of the treatment area. Because Pellevé helps boost collagen production, many men and women experience continued improvements in the appearance of their skin over the course of several months.

Although individual results vary, many people experience improvements to the appearance of wrinkles after just 1 treatment. However, 3 to 5 treatments spaced 4 weeks apart is recommended for optimal results. To continue to enjoy your results well after your initial series of Pellevé treatments, we recommend you use a daily sunscreen and return for maintenance treatments as needed.

 

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