Skin Tightening Technology
WHAT IS INVASIX SKIN TIGHTENING TECHNOLOGY?
Invasix skin tightening technology smooths and tightens the skin to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, reversing the effects of aging and sun damage. It’s completely painless and there is no downtime.
HOW DOES INVASIX SKIN TIGHTENING WORK?
Invasix was developed based on the clinical success of the proprietary A.C.E. (Acquire, Control, Extend) technology. A.C.E. technology uses radio-frequency energy to target deep layers of the skin, with no area being under or over treated. Radio-frequency energy will stimulate the formation of new collagen and improve skin elasticity for long-lasting improvement. This ensures maximum and consistent results.
IS INVASIX SKIN TIGHTENING FOR ME?
Invasix is suitable for all skin types and is appropriate for individuals seeking a non-invasive and a natural looking approach to improvements in skin tone and texture irregularities. Patients have reported that their skin feels smoother and more defined, and a reduction in wrinkles.
WHAT AREAS CAN BE TREATED?
Invasix can be used on both the face and body. Commonly treated areas on the face include: forehead, crows feet, upper eyelids, lower eyelids, nasolabial folds, jowls, smile lines, and neck. On the body, popular treatments consist of the arms (bat wings), abdomen and other areas that may need contraction.
WILL IT HURT?
Invasix is an essentially painless procedure with no downtime due to its precise technology and deep-layer targeting of the skin. Slight redness in the treatment area is common post-procedure, which subsides within a few hours.
HOW MANY SESSIONS ARE REQUIRED?
It is recommended that weekly sessions are performed over a six-week period. Individuals with mild laxity may be treated in fewer sessions with more weeks between each treatment. Scheduling should be based on a medical pre-evaluation.
CAN THIS BE USED IN COMBINATION WITH OTHER TREATMENTS?
Yes, Invasix can be used in combination with most other laser treatments, facials, injectables and/or filler. Please speak to your aesthetic provider when considering combining Invasix with other treatments.