The 40's are the decades when women start noticing neck and décolletage skin laxity as a result of collagen degradation, and other ageing related factors. Lotions and creams are often used to fight this with poor results.
At FACELAB, we use two treatment modalities to address this. Smooth-Lase, a non-invasive medical laser treatment and simultaneous Radiofrequency - Ultrasound energy delivered with the BTL Protege device. These devices can be used in combination or individually. They have been shown to firm up lax skin, remove diffuse redness, stimulate new collagen production and restore the delicate skin of neck and decolletage. It is possible to have the treatment over your lunch break.
Treatment is fast with no down/recovery time and suitable for all Fitzpatrick skin types.
Gentle yet effective Er:YAG laser-peel targeting superﬁcial and deeper layers of the skin with controlled heat to stimulate collagen synthesis for a smoother and healthier looking skin. This treatment promotes skin tightening and regeneration without removing the surface layer.
Laser Energy, RF, and Ultrasound treatment for neck and decolletage skin tightening.
At Facelab, we have developed a unique treatment protocol that combines the benefits of non-invasive, laser skin and tissue tightening with radiofrequency ultrasound treatment. Our advanced Protege radiofrequency device provides an entirely safe and non-invasive treatment approach to rebuilding collagen and tightening the skin.
These treatments are a painless and powerful way to reduce skin wrinkles and improve skin quality. At Facelab, we have combined laser skin therapies and RF ultrasound treatment into our specially designed non-surgical facelift protocols.
This powerful technology can be used throughout the body, and in particular small areas such as ‘double chins’, ‘fatty cheeks', neck region and decolletage.
If you'd like to learn more about this fantastic Neck and Decolletage skin rejuvenation treatment, please contact our friendly Facelab Concierge today.
*Individual results may vary