What is Venus Viva ?
The Venus Viva provides proven results through a skin heating process that offers minimal discomfort to the patient to remove soft tissue and gently resurfacing of the skin.
Before & After
Ablation from the procedure happens under the skin which means less downtime for the patient, less surface skin removal, and more optimal results over traditional fractional laser treatments. This illustration shows the difference between traditional fractional lasers and the Venus Viva. The Venus Viva goes deeper into the skin to avoid removing more surface skin and damaging the top level. The Venus Viva is unique with tips that have 1,000 pulses and can be reused in treatment (by an individual patient) if not all pulses are applied at once. This brings treatment below other fractional device treatments. Venus Viva treatments are effective when done as a series of treatments in 4-6 week intervals. Multiple treatments are recommended for full effects. You will see your improvements and results most noticeably by 2-6 months.
What areas treated with Venus Viva?
Venus Viva treatments are used primarily on their face. Some client choose to also treat their chest or neck. For more before and after photo, visit the gallery http://www.venustreatments.com/venus-viva/.
What can I expect during a Venus Viva treatment?
During treatment your technician may apply different degrees of energy to different areas. You will feel warmth and might experience the feeling of pin pricks or light pulses. When the area is fully treated, your technician may have you sit with the cold air chiller for a few minutes to calm redness or any heat you feel. A face treatment will take approximately 45-60 min.
What kind of results can I expect from a Venus Viva treatment?
Post-treatment, you may experience moderate redness and possibly light swelling. Redness should stop after a few hours, and swelling should diminish within 12-24 hours. Apply any prescribed moisturizers to the skin, but do not use aggressive products or a facial brush for a few days. Most patients elect to have maintenance treatments every 6-12 months.