Painless rejuvenation due to Thermolifting NIR
The NIR head (Near-Infrared) uses infrared light technology (similar to zaffiro), introducing high temperature to deep skin layers, which shortens collagen fibers, stimulates new production and increases elastin. Thermolifting is a completely non-invasive method of firming the skin, brightening the face and eliminating wrinkles. In contrast to laser treatments, NIR does not damage the skin in any way and does not cause inflammation or redness.
NIR Thermolifting Lunch treatment
The treatment effects are immediate, which is why it is ideal before important events like New Year’s Eve, birthdays, weddings or business meetings. The effects of rejuvenation and clearly rested face lasts for a week after the first treatment session, and after a series of treatments, the effects can last for up to a year. Thermolifting NIR can be combined with other treatments like needle mesotherapy or Clearlift due to the low invasiveness of the treatment. The combination of two treatments in one procedure increases their effect on tissue heating. NIR technology is known in rehabilitation and orthopedics because of its healing properties used to treat inflammatory tendons and other soft tissues. In using thermolifting procedure avoiding the neck, we can, obtain pain relief, for example with strained neck muscles, apart from firming the skin. The advantage of thermolifting is that it can be performed at any age and at any time of the year.
Before and After Thermolifting
Thermolifting NIR – Indications
- Improve the shape of their face,
- lift drooping eyelids and cheeks
- reduce wrinkles and nasolabial folds,
- eliminate the laxity of the skin within the abdomen, thighs, area above the knees, the inner side of the arms or the skin of the hand
- improve skin density.
Thermolifting NIR – Contraindications
- pregnancy and breastfeeding
- autoimmune diseases
- use of fillers and Botox within 3-4 weeks after surgery
- use of medicines and photosensitizing herbs
- active herpes infection in the treatment area
- chronic inflammatory dermatitis (psoriasis, atopic dermatitis) in the surgical area
- bacterial or viral infection
- Skin inflammation
- fresh sunburn
- the use of self-tanning and bronzing balms