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Facial rejuvenation procedures offered are tailored to individual needs and may address wrinkles, scars, discoloration, and other concerns. Various methods, including manual, chemical, radiologic, or phototherapeutic approaches, require specialized tools for personalized care. In some cases, a combination of techniques may be used to achieve enhanced results or address multiple issues simultaneously.
For example, Vivace microneedling therapy combines radiofrequency and LED light, involving the use of a manual tool with tiny needles to stimulate healing processes that reduce wrinkles and promote collagen production for improved skin elasticity. Concurrently, blue or red LED light may be applied to treat acne or reduce inflammation.
Other facial rejuvenation modalities and devices available include Intense Pulsed Light (IPL), HydraFacial, and the use of ultrasound technology for a noninvasive lift to tighten sagging skin.
Fat Removal/Body Sculpting
At medical spas, nonsurgical fat removal treatments are offered to target stubborn fat cells, helping clients achieve a slimmer appearance. Techniques like cryolipolysis (CoolSculpting), intense heat from lasers or radiofrequency (SculpSure), and ultrasound energy are utilized to effectively destroy fat cells.
As technology in the field of fat removal continues to advance, medical spas aim to stay at the forefront by constantly improving their machines and treatment options. Fat reduction procedures rank as the second most popular aesthetic procedure in the United States after hair loss treatments. Proper disposal of old electronic equipment is a priority for medical spas to maintain the highest standards of care.