Venus Viva™- Skin Resurfacing
Everyone deserves to love their skin no matter what your skin type! If you are looking for a treatment for smoother skin with dramatic results and less downtime, Venus Viva™ may be your answer. Unlike many laser treatments, Venus Viva is an FDA approved treatment safe for all skin tones. This revolutionary new technology safely and comfortably treats even darker skin types to improve tone, texture and overall quality without the risk of discoloration.
Featuring a tip with tiny pins that go under the skin’s surface to trigger skin remodeling from within, Viva provides a safe, long-lasting solution that corrects signs of skin damage and improves skin’s appearance due to:
- Fine lines & wrinkles
- Skin laxity
- Texture problems
- Acne scars
- Enlarged pores
- Stretch marks
- Surgical scars
Venus Viva™ is effective for all skin types and ethnicities and safe for both men and women of all ages. The number of sessions needed for optimal results varies by individual, but typically your skin will look clearer, smoother and younger after three to five sessions of 15 minutes each. Most patients will experience mild redness for a few days after the treatment but can immediately return to normal daily activities.
Is Venus Viva™ right for my skin type?
Venus Viva™ is appropriate for all skin types and ethnicities and is safe and effective for both men and women.
When can I resume my normal activities?
There is minimal downtime with this treatment and most clients do not need to take time off. You may experience mild redness for a few days but can resume wearing makeup 24 hours after your treatment. Each person heals differently though so incorporating some downtime after the treatment, no matter how minor the side-effects is suggested.
How long till I see results and how many treatments will I need?
Every client is different, but you’ll likely see an improvement after one treatment. The number of sessions needed is dependent on your goals, but typically it ranges from three to four sessions every four to six weeks.