Life is about change, and our skin is proof of that. As we age, we lose elasticity in our skin, develop age spots, and the collagen and supportive structures literally start to break down. Most often we focus on problem areas and may think that there is only one treatment out there to reverse the signs of aging. However, often the best results come from a combination of treatments. Skin is composed of multiple layers, and all of these layers undergo changes as we age. By combining several different treatment options which penetrate different layers and structures of the skin, we can focus on the individual's overall aesthetic treatment goal while achieving maximum results. Depending on your age or skin type, there is always a customized plan of action.
At VITAHL, our highly knowledgeable and licensed medical professionals are here to meet with you and customize a plan for your skin type and aesthetic concerns. For a patient who is aging and wants to regain elasticity and volume, we would generally suggest a combination of injectables such as Botox, Juvederm and/or Sculptra. Imagine the face as a balloon. When we are young the balloon is full, but as we age our balloon loses air and deflates. By using fillers to re-volumize the face, a more youthful appearance is achieved. Finish off with a Pearl Fusion laser to resurface the skin and create a smooth, glowing complexion, and the end result is a "liquid facelift" without undergoing surgery. Other patients are concerned about abnormal skin pigment. Many of us develop dark pigmentation, whether it is due to pregnancy or from all those years of worshiping the sun. If dark pigmentation is your concern, a combination of the Melanage Peel and Ovivo Tone laser can target this problem. These are just a couple of examples. There are many skin conditions and many ways to treat each condition.
VITAHL's innovative and customized approach allows us to enhance your beauty and reach your aesthetic goals. Optimal outcomes in facial aesthetics require in-depth knowledge of facial aging and anatomy. By tailoring treatments to individuals, optimal results can be achieved.