The PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser launches today on QVC and it's the only FDA-cleared, at-home laser clinically proven to reduce fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes.
You've probably heard your dermatologist say "the only thing we can do for your crow's feet is a series of laser treatments." Well, now you can do it yourself in the privacy of your bathroom and at a fraction of the price.
The PaloVia device is about the size of a large remote control and after 30 days of use, clinical studies administered by dermatologists and plastic surgeons found a noticeable reduction in wrinkles in 92 percent of participants.
The device generates short pulses of micro-fine laser light that penetrate your skin's sub-layers where wrinkles form, treating the aging support structure. Then the body's natural healing process sweeps away older, damaged tissue and rebuilds it with new collagen and elastin, stimulating younger-looking and smoother skin.
Each treatment session takes about three to four minutes and you only have to use it once a day. After one month, use it twice a week to help maintain your results.
Afraid you'll screw up and accidentally shoot the laser in your eye? The experts at Palomar (the company that created PaloVia) have you covered -- there's a built-in sensor that works with the Pre-Treatment Gel to verify complete skin contact, plus audio and visual cues and an automatic shut-off help to prevent overuse.
PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser retails for $499 and is available exclusively through QVC and palovia.com starting December 27. Distribution will expand in January to include Nordstrom.
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