RevLite Laser Skin Toning

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RevLite laser skin toning is a laser skin treatment performed by our dermal therapists at Geelong Veins Skin & Laser.

For people with a dull complexion and a busy life schedule, RevLite Laser Toning is an effective way to revitalise and improve the skin, with a quick 30-minute treatment and no downtime.

 

What is RevLite?

RevLite is a laser with wavelengths of 532 and 1064 nm.

 

What skin conditions does it treat?

  • Dull skin
  • Enlarged pores
  • Fine lines
  • Uneven skin tone, brown/tan patches, pigmentation

 

How does it work?

By using specific laser wavelengths applied to the skin surface by our dermal therapists, RevLite Laser Toning can stimulate collagen remodelling, help reduce uneven skin colouration by shattering deep melanin deposits and improve the appearance of large pores and fine wrinkles. RevLite achieves skin rejuvenation through the use of photoacoustic waves – high-speed energy that deeply penetrates the skin – which stimulates collagen production, without causing damage to the surface of the skin.

 

What does the treatment feel like? Is it painful?

When the laser is applied to the skin most clients feel a prickling sensation. In areas with more pigmentation or oily pores, a sharper snapping sensation may occur. A generalised warm feeling is also experienced. Your skin will be cleansed prior to the treatment by the dermal therapist and you will have protective eye goggles to wear.

 

What are the side effects / after effects?

After treatment with RevLite, most patients are able to go back to their everyday routine immediately. Mild flushing of the skin may occur, easily camouflaged by a light layer of Lycogel makeup which can be applied by your therapist at the conclusion of the treatment.  Although many clients don’t require any post-treatment makeup.  There is no scabbing/crusting/peeling nor major swelling with this treatment.

 

How long does it take?

Each session takes 30 minutes. This treatment can be completed in a lunch break, or easily fitted into a busy schedule.

 

How many treatments are recommended?

One treatment will lead to improvements in your skin tone and texture.  For the best results a course of treatments is recommended as the skin changes are cumulative and around 4 sessions, 2-4 weeks apart will result in even better skin outcomes.

 

What is the cost?

$165 per treatment.

 

Click here to organise your treatment.

Meet one of our Beauty/Dermal Therapists – Charlotte Wolf

Charlotte is a trained beauty therapist and is currently undertaking her degree in Dermal Therapy at Victoria University. Charlotte can treat difficult hair problems that are unsuitable for laser hair removal with electrolysis, including fair hair and facial areas. As a trained laser therapist Charlotte also performs laser hair removal for all hair areas.

Book now for a free initial consultation and skin analysis with Charlotte.

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