Vivace Microneedling Beverly Hills FAQs
What is the Vivace?
Vivace is a minimally invasive, state-of-the-art cosmetic treatment that combines microneedling with radiofrequency energy to improve skin's overall complexion. Vivace can reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and acne scars, as well as lift and tighten sagging skin. It also helps stimulate collagen production for more youthful-looking skin that is healthier and more vibrant.
Is Vivace better than microneedling?
Vivace is more effective than traditional microneedling for overall improvement in texture and tone. What sets Vivace apart from traditional microneedling are its results:
- Reduced visibility of wrinkles and acne scars, improved texture and tone (in as little as four sessions)
- Diminished age spots, pore size, increased firmness (after 8-10 sessions)
- Reduction in redness caused by rosacea or spider veins
- Softer lines on the forehead or around the lips
How long does vivace last?
Vivace is a non-surgical procedure combining microneedling and RF energy to improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and skin laxity. Vivace treatments last from three to five years. Multiple clinical studies have proven that a single Vivace treatment can produce noticeable improvement in skin tone/texture for up to 2 years after treatment, with further improvements achievable through ongoing maintenance treatments. We usually recommend 4-8 treatments one month apart depending on the goals of the patient.
What is a Vivace facial?
The Vivace facial is a highly advanced and revolutionary skin rejuvenation treatment that combines microneedling technology with radiofrequency energy to improve the look of your skin. The procedure starts by using a small handheld device with tiny needles that create tiny punctures in the top layers of your skin. The heat generated by the radiofrequency energy helps stimulate collagen production, which tightens, lifts, and tones existing collagen while increasing cell turnover rate, resulting in smoother and more even textured skin without downtime.
How fast is a Vivace?
How fast does a Vivace work? That depends on several factors, including the severity of the condition and how well you respond to treatment. Most patients will start to see results after their first treatment session, typically within 24 hours! Over time, more treatments will lead to more dramatic results as the device works deep into the layers of skin for optimal effects.
How many vivace treatments do you need?
The number of treatments required will depend on your individual needs. Patients typically require four to eight treatments for best results. Each treatment should be spaced about one month apart. After the initial series of treatments, you may need an occasional maintenance session every few months or as your dermatologist or plastic surgeon advises.
Is Vivace worth the money?
When it comes to skincare, Vivace is worth the money. It is a minimally invasive microneedling procedure that combines radiofrequency energy to boost collagen production and reduce scars, wrinkles, and other signs of aging. The results can be impressive, providing a more youthful appearance with minimal downtime or risks.
Will I peel after Vivace?
While many people are concerned about peeling after the Vivace procedure, it is not a common side effect. Most people experience minimal to no peeling at all. However, it is important to follow post-care instructions closely to avoid breakouts and enhance your results. Avoid applying Password26@
How much is vivace?
Vivace is a revolutionary, minimally invasive aesthetic procedure that combines the benefits of microneedling with radiofrequency (RF) energy to stimulate collagen and elastin production, reduce wrinkles and improve skin tone for a younger-looking complexion. The cost of Vivace varies depending on the treatment area(s) and the extent of treatment needed. You can expect to pay anywhere from $1500 to $3000 per session. Your provider may recommend a package of 3-6 sessions for more dramatic results.
Is vivace better than Botox?
Treating dynamic wrinkles with Botox can help relax these muscles temporarily, allowing deep furrows to appear smoother and softer over time. Both treatments offer improvement in facial wrinkles by stimulating collagen production. Still, vivace offers additional advantages since it also increases healthy tissue formation, leading to longer-lasting results while treating scarring caused by acne, aging, or damage. Ultimately both treatments have their benefits, and it's best to discuss options with a cosmetic professional.