Skin Classic

 

What is the Skin Classic?

 

The Skin Classic is a device that uses high-frequency radio waves which dehydrate the top layer of skin, and in turn removes or reduces the imperfection. The treatment is very fast and very precise as it uses just the very tip of a small probe to tap the area being treated. Each imperfection takes only a few seconds.

skin tags before
skin tags before
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skin tags after
skin tags after
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Sun Damage Before
Sun Damage Before
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Sun Damage After
Sun Damage After
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Skin Tags

Hyperpigmentation

 

 

 

What can the Skin Classic treat?

The Skin Classic can treat a wide variety of skin imperfections including:

 

 

 

  • Skin Tags

  • Age Spots

  • Fibromas

  • Hyperpigmentation

  • Cherry Angiomas

  • Acne Cysts

  • Seborrheic Keratosis

  • Milia (Skin Pearls)

 

 

 

 

How much does the treatment cost?

For individual lesions the cost varies from $20-$50 depending on the size of the lesion. For 15 minutes of continuous treatment the cost is $150 with priority given to those areas most bothersome to the client. Remember, each lesion only takes a few seconds to treat so quite a lot can be accomplished in a short amount of time. For $300 all lesions from the forehead to chest are treated. The client may choose to break up the treatments into two appointments with this option.

 

Is there any down time?

Yes and no. After the treatment it may look like there is a scab-like crust over the area. This will fall off on its own in 3-7 days.  During the healing process the treated areas can be covered with mineral makeup. After that, the skin may look pinkish or brownish for up to 6-8 weeks as the new skin goes through the complete healing cycle and matches the surrounding area.

 

How does the Skin Classic Work?

Click on the links below to see the Skin Classic in action!

 

 

clogged pores
clogged pores
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sebaceous hyperplasia
sebaceous hyperplasia
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skin tag
skin tag
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Fibroma
Fibroma
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Cherry Angioma
Cherry Angioma
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