EDS Revitalise is the perfect treatment if you’re looking for a more youthful complexion, but don’t want the downtime or time commitment of a more intensive treatment.
With a short needle length it targets the epidermis, the top layer of skin to leave it:
Plumper with fewer fine lines
Brighter with a glowing complexion
Smoother with an improved texture
Because the needle length used during the treatment is short (up to 0.3mm) there’s no need for topical anaesthetic. With minimal discomfort and downtime it’s perfect for those who have time pressures but want to see a change in their skin, specifically a brighter, more youthful complexion.
EDS Revitalise Treatment
EDS Revitalise uses the leading electronically powered EDS – Electro Derma Stamp Treatment device to stimulate the epidermis, allowing your practitioner to control the intensity and needle length throughout the procedure to maximise results.
During the procedure a hydrating serum will be applied while the handpiece of the device is moved across the skin. This serum not only enhances the results of the procedure but also allows the handpiece to glide smoothly across your skin.
You’ll feel vibration of the handpiece and a slight prickling sensation, which is perfectly comfortable. Treatments tend to last around 20 minutes and are followed with a cooling and hydrating mask. You should expect your overall appointment to last around 40 minutes – so it can even be done in your lunch hour!
The recommended treatment course is 3 treatments at a minimum of 4 weeks apart.
After the treatment your skin will appear red like it’s a little sunburnt, but most of this will subside within a few hours, with only light flushing the following day.
Before you leave your practitioner will apply Heliocare® to your skin. This provides broad spectrum UVA | UVB protection for your skin as well as a whole host of anti-oxidants and DNA repair enzymes to further protect your skin. It’s important to continue to use Heliocare every morning to provide ongoing protection and skin ageing prevention.