What is the Juliet Facial?
Juliet Facial is a nonsurgical dermatologic laser procedure that helps to create a new healthy and smooth facial skin appearance. The laser helps in removing layers of skin that have been damaged by sun, acne spots, pigmentation, wrinkles or aging. The eliminnation of older layers allows the body to heal and create a new layer of skin unaffected by the previous damaged skin condition that makes you look younger and feel youthful.
How does it Work?
Most common skin problems are present in the first layers of dead and damaged skin and this is what laser treatment seeks to remedy. Most common skin problems are present in the first layers of dead and damaged skin and this is what the Juliet Facial laser treatment seeks to remedy.
In this treatment, the dead skin cells in the top layers of your face are removed. This encourages your body to begin the natural process of replacing the dead cells. The new layer of skin is typically unaffected by the condition that existed before and will be noticeably smoother and more vibrant. The Juliet treatment uses a laser, which passes twice over the area being treated. The first pass stimulates the production of collagen. The second pass remodels the tissue, causing the formation of new blood vessels and new nerve endings.
Reasons for Considering Juliet Facial
- Reduces facial wrinkles, creases and lines.
- Improves sun-damaged skin making it look Healthier
- Reduces pigmentation problems and spots.
- Effective for tattoo removal and as an acne scars treatment.
- Help tighten skin that has lost elasticity due to aging
Most patients see significant improvement after just one treatment. However, Juliet skin resurfacing may also be used with other cosmetic therapies to improve your skin’s appearance. You can discuss these treatment options with your provide
What can I expect during and after treatment?
Following the Juliet treatment, you will be able to return to your normal daily activities right away. However, you may prefer to skip important social events for the first few days after treatment.