Skin resurfacing with the Opus Plasma is widely regarded as among the most effective procedures for patients desiring more radiant, younger-looking skin. You can arrange a skin consultation with our medical aestheticians to learn more about this treatment option.
Radiofrequency (RF) skin resurfacing at Fearfully & Wonderfully Made is a noninvasive cosmetic treatment that utilizes pulsating beams of energy to remove dead and damaged skin cells one layer at a time. This procedure is used for addressing facial lines and wrinkles and for improving flaws, such as acne scars, pigmentation, and other issues. Skin resurfacing with the Opus Plasma is widely regarded as among the most effective procedures for patients desiring more radiant, younger-looking skin. You can arrange a skin consultation with medical aestheticians Laura Biris or Anna Smith in Orland Park, IL today to learn more about this treatment option.
RF skin resurfacing costs will vary, depending on the complexity of your goals and the number of treatments required to achieve them. During your consultation, Laura will evaluate your skin and listen to your hopes and expectations before laying out a personally tailored treatment plan that discusses cost and frequency.
After RF skin resurfacing, your skin will be sensitive similar to how it might feel when you have a sunburn. Laura or a member of her team will give you recommendations on how you can help your skin heal following your treatment. The most important rule during recovery is to refrain from peeling or picking your skin. Doing this could create lasting damage, including scarring. It is also important to abstain from waxing, shaving, or depilatory creams as these can irritate the skin and slow the healing process. Our team can prescribe topical ointments to help soothe any irritation.
When you receive RF skin resurfacing with Opus Plasma from Alma at Fearfully & Wonderfully Made, you might need to wait a few weeks or even a few months between appointments. Deep treatments will give you longer-lasting results; however, they also require a lengthy recovery period. Medical aestheticians will take this into account when helping you select a type of resurfacing during your initial consultation. Reach out to learn more!