Wrinkle Reduction & Skin Tightening

Wrinkles can occur due to loss of collagen in the dermis, the layer just beneath the skin’s surface. Due to contraction of the muscles below the dermis, wrinkles show up on the skin. But it doesn’t have be this way! At Institute Beauté, we use the latest technology to flatten out and diminish wrinkles.

The following procedures are used for wrinkle reduction and/or skin tightening:
Wrinkle Reduction with the Revolutionary Lux 1540 Fractional Laser

Fine lines, wrinkles, scars, acne scars, and melasma (the mask of pregnancy) have met their match. With only a few treatments, sometimes only one, a noticeable improvement will occur. All this with little or no downtime and minimal discomfort.
Lux IR Fractional Skin Tightening for Wrinkle Reduction

Have a sagging neck, loose skin on your arms or legs, or crepey skin? Rejoice, for rejuvenation is only minutes away. Those clever people at Palomar medical technology have an answer, and we have it here for you. With only a few skin tightening treatments (three to five is typical), improvement will be yours.

Injectable Fillers

By using the latest injectable fillers straight from France, safe and immediate results can be expected in the reduction of fine lines and wrinkles. Collagen injections typically last only one to three months, but these newer “temporary” injectable materials can last 9 to 12 months, and can be used to fill in wrinkles as well as acne scars.

CoolTouch Laser II™

Soften the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles with the new CoolTouch II™ laser. Wrinkles due to loss of collagen can be reduced for the long term with this new laser. The CoolTouch II stimulates collagen production in the dermis, significantly decreasing wrinkles with minimal effect on the overlying epidermis (the skin). This is achieved with 3 or 4 treatments about 4 to 6 weeks apart — without the “downtime” associated with ablative skin resurfacing techniques (which remove skin). The CoolTouch II laser gives only very transient redness and no external skin injury. When used in conjunction with microdermabrasion, the results can be astounding.