What is Skin Tightening?
Skin tightening procedures work by using targeted energy to heat deeper layers of skin, which stimulates collagen and elastin production, cold energy and gradually improves skin tone and texture.
The Benefits of Skin Tightening Treatment
● Improved Lift and Skin Elasticity
Our Skin tightening treatment will help you tighten and strengthen your skin. Tighter skin helps you better define your facial features and achieve a more contoured body. That’s because of the improved elasticity associated with non-surgical skin tightening remedies. The remedy achieves a more elastic and tighter skin by heating your skin’s surface area. The heat and cold used leads to the contraction of the collagen, leading to firmer skin.
● Natural-Looking Results
The results will be visible.
● It Reduces Wrinkles and Fine Lines
When going through our skin tightening treatment, the treatment targets the skin layer that surgeons pull back when doing a facelift. This often stimulates the production of collagen. Collagen is the most abundant protein in your body that helps improve your skin elasticity.
Collagen also helps minimize wrinkles and fine lines in your skin. Increased collagen production will help effectively fill your deep folds and wrinkles while plumping your skin for a more youthful and smoother complexion.
● It Helps Lift Loose and Sagging Skin
After the plasma treatment, you will notice that your skin will feel and look more lifted and firmer. Additionally, plasma treatments also stimulate the production of collagen. This will continue experiencing the benefits of the treatment for weeks or even months after the session.
What Equipment Do We Use
About Pagani Cryo T-Shock
Pagani Cryo T-Shock is a non-invasive treatment for slimming, cellulite reduction, and toning that utilizes the science behind cryolipolysis.
Cryolipolysis is used to destroy fat cells directly under the skin’s surface (subcutaneous fat cells) by freezing within the temperature range of +8 to -8 degrees C.
The cold treatment causes apoptosis, or cell death, of subcutaneous fat tissues. The fat cells will drain through the lymphatic system.