The Benefits of ClearLift

While there are a variety of anti-aging treatments on the market, many of them are painful or even dangerous. Many people wish there was a safe, painless way to get dramatically more youthful skin. There is now good news for these people: ClearLift Fractional Laser Resurfacing offers the dramatic results of other treatments in a safer, gentler treatment.

At Associates in Women’s Health in Cincinnati, we’re here to provide women with complete care. We offer aesthetic services that are designed to help you look and feel your best – this includes ClearLift. As the only ClearLift provider in the area, we can help turn back the hands of time with this non-surgical procedure. To find out if ClearLift is right for you, contact AIWH today.

What Is ClearLift?

ClearLift is one of the latest anti-aging treatments. It is non-surgical, uses no acids or dangerous chemicals, does not involve painful abrasion, and leaves no scars or incisions. ClearLift uses a new type of laser treatment, called fractional laser resurfacing. This laser uses 1064 Q-switched energy to reach the deepest layers of skin and remove imperfections.

How Is ClearLift Different?

While most anti-aging treatments work by removing the top layer of skin with an acid or abrasive material, ClearLift creates more youthful skin from the inside out. This means no burns or scars to care for, no chance of infection, no pain and no recovery time. These treatments are fast, taking about twenty minutes, and painless. Improvement can be seen after just one treatment. Most people get dramatic anti-aging results in just three to six treatments spaced several weeks apart.

How Can ClearLift Help Me?

ClearLift laser resurfacing is recommended as a treatment for the following signs of aging:

One of the main benefits of ClearLift is that it can be used almost anywhere, including places that are too sensitive for most anti-aging treatments. These places include around the mouth, on the neck, around the eyes, and more. This gentle treatment can have dramatic results on almost every area covered by skin.

Are There Any Drawbacks?

There are very few drawbacks to ClearLift. Some people feel warmth or discomfort in the days following a treatment, although this is not common. Others may not want to deal with a succession of appointments and instead get a more painful treatment that works in one appointment. While ClearLift is not for everyone, many people will appreciate the dramatic change in skin with virtually no risk.

If you are considering an anti-aging treatment but don’t want to deal with burns, abrasions, or surgeries, ClearLift may be the right decision for you. With no pain or risk but noticeable anti-aging results, this safe and painless laser resurfacing is a great option for people who want the best of all worlds.

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