Fine Lines and Wrinkle Reduction
Renova’s advanced solutions are clinically proven to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in safe, effective and virtually painless procedures
Wrinkles are considered a sign of wisdom and each one tells a story. Sometimes however, less is more… Not all wrinkles are the same. There are three types of wrinkles: dynamic, file lines and fold. Learn more about types of wrinkles…
Renova’s has developed 3 technologies which have been clinically proven to effectively treat all types of wrinkles – TriPollar Technology, TriLipo Technology and TriFractional Technology. Heat generated during the treatment causes the collagen fibers, which are the key structural components of the skin to contract, resulting in immediate skin tightening. Simultaneously, fibroblast cells which are responsible for collagen production begin to produce new collagen. This new collagen replaces your older skin and gives you younger, smoother and firmer skin texture. Treatment is a quick and convenient ‘walk-in walk-out’ procedure delivering immediate and long-term wrinkle results. So say goodbye to wrinkles and say hello to younger and firmer looking skin.
Dynamic wrinkles – formed due to repeated facial expressions. Every time we smile, laugh or frown, our skin creases or folds in the same way. This results in wrinkles known as crow’s feet, forehead creases and mouth frown. These wrinkles are difficult to treat because even after the most effective treatment, you continue to have the same facial expressions that the body will ‘remember’ and eventually create new wrinkles or reinforce old ones.
Fine wrinkles – superficial wrinkles seen on dry crepe paper skin. They appear mostly on the cheeks and removal is relatively simple.
Skin fold wrinkles – wrinkles that develop within the nasolabial fold (nasolabial derives from the Lain nasus for “nose” and labium for “lip”) due to the sagging of the cheeks. More commonly known as smile or laugh lines, the wrinkles go from our noses to our chins and look like big parentheses around our mouths.