You might have heard about it in the grocery store or in line at the bank. Everyday women in North Jersey are getting WOW’ed by the results of the Phoenician® Facial.
The Phoenician Facial is the brainchild of, Philip Seaver, M.D., Medical Director of North Jersey Laser & Vein and is a combination of Laser Peels and BBL Treatments to counter the effects of photo aging. The texture of the skin instantly changes while fine lines and wrinkles are dramatically diminished. The thing is, no surgery is required. Women who might ordinarily shy away from surgical procedures are becoming Phoenician Facial devotees. That’s the WOW factor women of North Jersey are talking about.
By combining these two treatments, we achieve brighter, smoother, more radiant skin.
Here are the facts:
- BBL (BroadBand Light): Pulsed light treats a broad range of skin conditions caused by skin aging and sun exposure. The light energy heats the upper layers of the skin, diminishes signs of sun spots and pigmented lesions, eliminates fine vessels that cause redness, stimulate your skin cells to generate new collagen. Your skin will be smoother, more vibrant and more youthful as a result. Multiple treatments are required to achieve optimal results.
- MicroLaserPeel (Laser Peel): A medium grade, laser peel that precisely ablates the outermost layers of the skin, targeting wrinkles, scars, acne scars, keratoses, and pigment problems. The MicroLaserPeel is a partial to full epidermal peel from 10-60 microns which ablates deeper into the epidermis and is far more effective than microdermabrasion or chemical peels. This is usually performed with topical anesthetic and there is minimal downtime. Multiple treatments are required to achieve optimal results.
The Phoenician Facial has been extremely well-received by Dr. Seaver’s patients, the women of North Jersey. Dr. Seaver explains, “The results achieved by a Phoenician Facial are simply astounding. I enjoy it because women who would never consider coming in for a cosmetic procedure, come in with a little doubt perhaps, and walk out believers!”