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The Crystal 512 uses the GEM-IPL skin rejuvenation treatment, often called, Photorejuvination, uses a beam of energy to combat the effects of sun damage, Rosacea, wrinkles and aging with no pain or downtime.
Causing tremendous results.
How Does It Work?
The GEM-IPL energy inserted into cells proliferates and stimulates collagen production and induces collagen and elastic tissue synthesis. Crystal 512 uses specific dose, intensity and wavelengths that enable it to stimulate the cells to produce more collagen.
As the new collagen forms, thus rejuvenates your skin.
You will receive a series of 30-minute skin rejuvenation treatments. During the treatment, you will be asked to put on protective eyewear, a layer of chilled gel is applied to the area to cool the skin and allow the light to more easily penetrate the skin's surface. The Crystal 512 handpiece is placed against the skin and a short pulse of light is released. The handpiece is moved to the neighboring area and the process is repeated until the entire area has been treated. Most clients describe the sensation of the pulses as a small, relatively painless snap. Depending on the area treated and the degree of damage, a series of five to seven sessions at four to five weeks intervals is usually required to achieve optimal results. After your initial series, you could require follow-up treatments.
After only one treatment, your skin will have a more even tone with a smoother look and feel. Pigmentation and sunspots will fade, pore sizes will shrink, and fine lines and wrinkles will decrease in size. You will notice softens of your appearance and tightens of sagging skin. As well, the GEM-IPL targets tiny surface veins to dramatically improve skin tone and reduce redness. Patients with Rosacea will see a progressive decrease in redness with each treatment. Flushing and redness of Rosacea can be reduced 80-90%.
Improvements of all skin types and symptoms will steadily increase with each treatment.
Call today to schedule your free consultation; 718-708-2822 or email at; firstname.lastname@example.org