GentleMax Pro Plus
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Starts at $725 - $950/treatment
12 - 24 hours
Introducing a Revolutionary Approach to Skin Rejuvenation: 5G Max Laser Face Lift
At IVONNE, we place our trust in cutting-edge laser technology to rejuvenate and invigorate the skin. Through the utilization of the advanced GentleMax Pro Plus 5G Max Laser Face Lift in Ottawa, we effectively address a multitude of skin issues by simultaneously treating both the surface and deeper layers of the skin. Our 5G Max Laser Face Lift is a swift and virtually painless procedure that is suitable for all skin types, ensuring exceptional results for our valued clients.
What is GentleMaxPro 5G Max Laser Face Lift?
The revolutionary Candela GentleMax Pro Plus 5G Max Laser Face Lift is a comprehensive five-step procedure meticulously crafted to address common signs of aging, such as fine lines, wrinkles, skin laxity, age spots, and diminished elasticity.
If you are eager to bid farewell to sagging skin and welcome a rejuvenated, lifted look, the Candela GentleMax Pro 5G Max Laser Face Lift treatment unquestionably merits your attention.
The cutting-edge 5G Max Laser Face Lift employs a non-invasive approach to firm and enhance the skin's luminosity. This remarkable device harnesses the potency of dual-wavelength lasers, effectively combining a 755nm Alexandrite laser beam to lighten dark spots and a 1064 nm Nd:YAG laser to promote skin tightening. By synergistically targeting both the surface and deeper layers of the skin, this treatment unveils a vibrant and revitalized complexion.
Comprehensive Solution for Multiple Concerns
The GentleMax Pro 5G Max Laser Facelift treatment is renowned for its all-inclusive approach, effectively tackling a range of cosmetic issues. Alongside its remarkable skin tightening and lifting advantages, it actively stimulates collagen production, resulting in enhanced skin texture, minimizing fine lines and wrinkles, and a radiant complexion. Moreover, this non-invasive treatment is considered safe for most skin types, making it an adaptable choice for individuals seeking a more youthful appearance without the need for surgical procedures.
Dual Wavelength Technology
Our GentleMax Pro Plus combines two wavelengths, 755 nm Alexandrite and 1064 nm Nd:YAG, in a single device. This allows for effective treatment on a wide range of skin types, including lighter and darker skin tones. The dual-wavelength capability ensures precise and customized treatments, maximizing results and minimizing the risk of complications.
High-Speed and Large Spot Size
Our GentleMax Pro Plus features a large spot size and high repetition rate, enabling fast treatment sessions. With the device's Dynamic Cooling Device (DCD), which emits a burst of cryogen before each laser pulse, the treatment is comfortable and helps protect the skin from overheating or discomfort.
FDA-Cleared and Approved For Use In Canada
Our GentleMax Pro Plus is FDA-cleared for multiple indications, ensuring its safety and efficacy. The device has been extensively tested and has a proven track record in the field of laser-based aesthetic treatments. It is designed to deliver consistent results with minimal risk of adverse effects when operated by trained professionals.
Enhanced Treatment Experience
Our GentleMax Pro Plus offers a more comfortable and efficient treatment experience for clients. The device's advanced cooling system, combined with its high-speed capabilities and large spot size, helps to minimize discomfort during the procedure and reduces overall treatment time.
Look at the Difference a Few Treatments Can Make
Frequently Asked Questions
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- Recall and maintenance program.
- Conveniently located in a new state-of-the-art clinic, at LRT (Lyon Station/Place de Ville).
- WELL Health Safety Certified premises
Before your GentleMax Pro Plus Skin Rejuvenation session, it is recommended to follow these guidelines:
Consultation: Schedule a consultation with us to discuss your skin concerns, medical history, and treatment goals. We will assess your suitability for the procedure and provide personalized recommendations.
Avoid Sun Exposure: Minimize sun exposure and avoid tanning beds for at least two weeks before your session. Excessive sun exposure can make your skin more sensitive and increase the risk of complications.
Avoid Certain Treatments: Avoid using retinoids, exfoliating agents, or other harsh skincare products on the treatment area for seven days before your session. These products can make your skin more sensitive and increase the risk of irritation.
Avoid Caffeine or Stimulants: It is recommended to avoid consuming caffeine or other stimulants before your session. These substances can increase skin sensitivity and make the treatment more uncomfortable.
Avoid sun exposure: Protect the treated area from direct sun exposure for at least a week after the treatment. Apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen (SPF 30 or higher) and wear a hat when going outdoors.
Avoid heat and friction: Avoid hot baths, saunas, and activities that cause excessive sweating for a couple of days post-treatment. Also, avoid using exfoliating scrubs or abrasive skincare products on the treated area for a week or two.
Moisturize: Keep the treated area moisturized with a gentle, non-irritating moisturizer to help soothe the skin and prevent dryness.
Avoid irritants: Refrain from using products that may irritate your skin, such as perfumes, fragrances, and harsh chemicals, in the treated area for a few days.
Here are some factors that may prevent someone from getting laser treatments:
Pregnancy: Laser treatments are generally not recommended during pregnancy. Although there is no conclusive evidence of harmful effects, the potential risks to the fetus are not well-studied. It's best to postpone treatment until after pregnancy.
Active infections or skin conditions: If you have an active skin infection, such as herpes or a bacterial infection, or a skin condition like eczema or dermatitis in the treatment area, it's advisable to delay laser treatments until the condition has resolved. Treating over an infected or irritated area can further aggravate the condition.
Photosensitivity or light sensitivity: If you have a condition that makes your skin highly sensitive to light or have a known sensitivity to the laser's specific wavelength, you may not be a suitable candidate for treatment. Discussing your condition with a us is important to determine if the treatment can be safely administered.
Recent sunburn or tanned skin: Laser treatments should not be performed on sunburned or recently tanned skin. Sunburned skin is already damaged and sensitive, and laser treatment may cause further irritation and complications. It's recommended to wait until the sunburn has fully healed or the tan has faded before undergoing treatment.
Certain medications and medical conditions: Some medications can increase photosensitivity, making your skin more susceptible to adverse effects from laser treatment. Additionally, certain medical conditions, such as a history of keloid scarring or active cancer, may require special considerations or contraindicate treatment. It's essential to disclose all your medical history and medications to us for a thorough assessment before treatment.
It's crucial to consult with us so we can evaluate your individual circumstances and provide personalized advice regarding whether laser treatment is appropriate for you. We will consider factors such as your skin type, medical history, and any potential contraindications to ensure your safety and optimize treatment results.
IVONNE is pleased to offer patch testing to its clients upon request.
Patch testing could help minimize the possibility of any adverse reaction to a treatment. It is best to request a patch test if:
- You are receiving a new treatment for the first time;
- You are receiving treatment on a new area of the body; or
- The laser device has undergone service, maintenance, or replacement since your last treatment.
- The equipment in your treatment experiences a replacement, maintenance, or service, or the manufacturer or supplier’s training undertaken by the laser technician performing the treatment specifically instructs that a skin patch test is required.
Patch testing should be requested BEFORE committing to scheduling a treatment appointment.