I have been performing ThermiSmooth and Pelleve, both similar procedures using external radiofrequency energy, for many years with good results and perform it as frequently as weekly to every two weeks.
Is it alright to get ThermiSmooth once a week for 4 weeks? Would it damage my skin? This would be around my lips.
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ThermiSmooth for skin tightening around the lips and general facial areas is done weekly to every two weeks in my NYC practice.
For optimal results, it is recommended to space ThermiSmooth treatments greater than 1 week and no more than 3 weeks apart. This treatment spacing is not damaging to the skin.
Good luck !
Yes, you can do Thermi Smooth within 4 weeks, but the ideal protocol is to have treatment at most 21 days apart to get the full benefit of tightening skin.
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- ThermiTight to the upper/lower white lip (to tighten skin and encourage collagen growth)
- Hylaruonic Acid filler to the skin itself (to fill in new lines while new collagen develops)
- Full Face Microneedling (to encourage skin thickening and improvement of skin tone/appearance)
The entire procedure is performed in under and hour with swelling that lasts for around 48-72 hours at most. Most patients see a mild degree of bruising and pain is managed with Extra Strength Tylenol or Advil alone.
I hope that helps and encourage you to contact us for more information!
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