Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Nonsurgical Tightening of your Skin with Elos

As you age, you lose the pack of natural proteins in the body and your skin is deprived of its elasticity. The painful outcome is loose and sagging skin that could lead to sleep deprivation. We know wrinkles are a part of aging process. They are supposed to indicate wisdom; however, no one would probably like to wear them. Thanks to advancement of technology, help is just on hand to breathe new life into your skin.

The right people for nonsurgical skin tightening

The right candidates for nonsurgical skin tightening are those who do not want to go through extended healing process, nor bear huge expenses for cosmetic procedures.

Those who look for a little perk-up in the quality of skin and those with mild to moderate facial lines and skin wrinkles on neck, arms or abdomen are also the right ones for nonsurgical skin tightening.

What is Elos?

Elos is an acronym (a word formed by combining the initial letters of a name with many parts) for electro optical synergy. It is electro optical because electrical and light energies are both involved in this procedure; it is synergy because both these energies interact with each other so that their combined effect is greater than their respective individual effects.

Together they stimulate collagen production, which in turn rejuvenates the skin back to its youthfulness. The technology combines actually diode laser energy and radiofrequency energy. The procedure effectively targets the problem area, leaving out the surrounding skin from possible harmful effects.

Parts of the body Elos can treat

Elos treatment targets in general skin laxity of exposed parts of the body that require cosmetic care – hands, neck, face, and the part of a woman’s chest from the neck to the bosom. It takes care of large pores, acne scars and fine lines, as well.

Pros of Elos

You experience little to minimal discomfort except for a hot pinching sensation. Topical pain relievers can enhance your level of comfort.

It involves no incisions, no injections or invasive procedures. Most people go through the treatment effortlessly.

There is no down time. Most of the patients get back to routine soon after therapy in a day.

It is safe and effective – a good option for those looking for non-invasive and nonsurgical skin improvement technique.

It may be suitable for all skin types.

Cons of Elos

Results may not be that striking in comparison to face-lift or body contouring procedures. The outcome depends entirely on your skin condition. You may have to sit through a few therapy sessions, may be three, to see visible results. Do not expect them to be dramatic though.

You may experience numbness, skin redness or temporary swelling around the treated area that can last up to two weeks.

It’s good for you to have a consultation with a qualified aesthetic skin specialist to review your skin rejuvenation goals. You would do well to decide on the course of treatment – the one that is best for you, after weighing the pros and cons.

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