Achieving a More Youthful Appearance with ClearLIft

clearlift, Associates in Women’s Health, Cincinnati

When you look in the mirror, do you see little else besides wrinkles, fine lines, and age spots? Would you like to look younger and fresher? If so, you may want to consider a virtually painless laser treatment that can leave your skin glowing without surgery, discomfort, or downtime.

Here at Associates in Women’s Health in Cincinnati, we offer a laser technology skin treatment known as ClearLift. With ClearLift, we can easily reverse some of the signs of aging in your skin and help you achieve a more youthful appearance.

ClearLift offers such quick, dramatic results that it’s earned two nicknames that tell you a lot about its attributes: “the laser facelift” and “the lunchtime facelift.”

If you’d like to learn more about ClearLift, read on. Our aesthetic care specialists would like to share the following information with you about this exciting skin treatment.

What is ClearLift?

ClearLift is a gentle skin treatment that uses mild laser energy to replenish the inner layers of your skin without damaging the outer layer.  

Other types of skin resurfacing treatments can cause pain or require downtime, but ClearLift is different. ClearLift treatments take as little as 20 minutes and require no skin numbing. They cause virtually no pain, and you can go right back to work and other daily activities immediately after receiving treatment.

In fact, many women choose to have ClearLift treatment because it is more comfortable than procedures such as skin resurfacing, deep chemical peels, dermabrasion, or surgery. And it does not require the recovery time necessary with these other types of procedures.

More youthful skin

The aesthetic care specialists here at Associates in Women’s Health use ClearLift to refresh skin on the face, neck, or cleavage, allowing your skin to look younger and more radiant. Because it is gentle, it can treat sensitive skin that is considered too delicate for traditional ablative lasers.

ClearLift is safe for all skin types and colors. Some types of laser skin therapy are less effective on certain skin tones, but ClearLift refreshes and rejuvenates all skin colors.

Skin ages over time or as a result of exposure to sun or cigarette smoke. ClearLift can improve the appearance of the following imperfections:

Gentle light

ClearLift improves the appearance of your skin with the use of a gentle, carefully calibrated laser, or light therapy. Laser energy stimulates the growth of collagen, a protein in your skin. As collagen becomes more robust, the skin appears tighter, which minimizes the appearance of wrinkles and other skin imperfections.  

Although most women notice an improvement in their skin after just one ClearLift treatment, you may require several treatments for optimal results. Because ClearLift is so safe and gentle, treatment may be repeated again after several months.

If you’re bothered by fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, and other skin concerns, talk with us about whether ClearLift is a good option for you. Call our office, or make an online appointment today.

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