Skin Rejuvenation Therapy
Skin rejuvenation therapy uses high-frequency current (Radio Frequency) to dehydrate the top layer of the particular skin condition in order to allow new, healthy skin to grow. This technique which works on the epidermis only is a great alternative to laser therapy and most skin conditions can be improved in one session . The Skin Classic can be applied precisely to the area to be treated, leaving your healthy cells alone.
Get the flawless skin you deserve
Do you have visable signs of of aging through dark brown spots, fine lines, broken capilliaries (red spider veins), raised bumps on the skin which you cannot remove, embarrassing skin tags ? This treatment is a definite must for you. You will be amazed with your new clear skin removing conditions you thought were permanent.
Skin Conditions that can be treated with Skin Rejuvenation Therapy
- Sun/Brown Spots
- Spider Veins
- Cherry Hemangiomas
- Skin Tags
- Sebaceous Hyperplasia
- Cholesterol Deposits
Cutting edge technology treats these irregularities without laser or a scalpel!
- Small Area (1 to 3) $75
- Medium Area Face $150/30min
- Large Area Face, Neck & Chest $249/60min
Skin Rejuvenation Therapy provides effective and often permanent treatment for
Broken Capillaries, wavy, thin, reddish-purple veins, which often appear around your nose or on your legs, can be a result of sun exposure, oral contraceptives, hormone therapy, the aging process, acne, or just plain genetics. Although they are not usually a medical concern, they make many people self-conscious about their appearance. Spider Veins (also known as telangiectasia and varicose veins) are a group of widened veins that can be seen through the surface of the skin. Their wheel-and-spoke shape tends to resemble a spider.
Sun Spot Removal & Age Spots
Sun and age spots are concentrations of melanin in the skin. They can be of any size or shape and may also be slightly elevated on the skin's surface. They are most commonly referred to as freckles and liver and sun spots. These are all considered to be benign. Freckles are most commonly the result of genetics or sun exposure. Freckles caused by sunburns have irregular borders and are typically darker brown than those that are caused by genetics. Sun spots are usually caused by excessive sun exposure, therefore they appear on areas of the body that are frequently exposed to the sun such as the face, hands, shoulders, and arms. They can be of any color from light brown to black.
Skin Tag Removal
An acrochordon (a.k.a. skin tag, pedunculated papilloma, or fibroepithelial polyp) is a small benign tumor that forms primarily in areas where the skin forms creases, such as the neck, armpit, and groin. They may also occur on the face, usually on the eyelids. Though larger have been seen, they are usually between the size of a grain of rice and a golf ball. The surface of an acrochordon may be smooth or irregular in appearance. The acrochordon is often raised from the surface of the skin on a fleshy stalk called a peduncle. Microscopically, an acrochordon consists of a fibrovascular core, sometimes also with fat cells, covered by an unremarkable epidermis.
Skin tags are harmless, although they are sometimes irritated by clothing or jewelry and can interfere with shaving and other routine grooming. Why and how skin tags form is not entirely known, but there are correlations between age and obesity. They are more common in people with diabetes mellitus and in pregnant women. Acrochorda has been reported to have an incidence of 46% in the general population. A genetic component (causation) is thought to exist.
Milia are common non-cancerous skin findings in people of all ages. Milia formed directly from sloughed-off skin are small, fluid filled lesions (cysts) usually found on the face, while lesions formed indirectly are small cysts found within areas of skin affected by another skin condition.
Milia are formed when skin does not slough off normally but instead remains trapped in a pocket on the surface of the skin. An individual milium is formed from a hair follicle or from a sweat gland. In primary milia in infants, the oil gland may not be fully developed. Secondary milia often develop after injury or blistering of the skin, which disrupts and clogs the tubes leading to skin surface. Secondary milia can also develop on the sun-damaged skin of middle-aged and older people.
Sebaceous hyperplasia is a disorder of the sebaceous glands in which they become enlarged. These glands are located within the skin and are responsible for secreting an oily substance named sebum. They are commonly associated with hair follicles but they can be found in hairless regions of the skin as well. Their secretion lubricates the skin, protecting it from drying out or becoming irritated. Sebaceous hyperplasia generally affects middle-aged to elderly adults. The symptoms of this condition are 1-5 mm papules on the skin, mainly on the forehead, nose, and cheeks, and seborrhoeic facial skin. The papules may be cauliflower-shaped. Acne is also a symptom of this glandular disorder. It differs from the type of acne that affects adolescents and young adults, in that it is more of an abnormally discolored patch that is not cured by topical treatments alone. The radio frequency works on these while the laser will not because the lasers need to see a color target - (blood or melanin).
Active Acne Treatment
By using the Skin Classic machine, we are able to get below the surface to force the inflammation/infection out of the skin. This treatment does not remove acne, just the infection.
Cherry hemangiomas are small vascular irregularities on the surface of the skin that occur commonly as we age. They look like little red spots or bubbles and can appear anywhere on the body. As a general rule, they do not become much larger than an eraser on a pencil. The frequency of cherry hemangiomas increases with age.
Aging, the elements, genetics, and other factors can be detrimental to anyone's complexion. With time, the skin can be damaged, resulting in unsightly lesions that are difficult to hide.
Is it safe to treat the lesions?
I strongly encourage you to have your doctor examine any spot that is questionable and I will not treat any lesion that I feel is not safe to do so.