Am I a Good Candidate for Vivace?
The best candidates for a Vivace treatment are healthy individuals who want to correct loose facial skin, uneven complexion, and wrinkles without surgery. Since the treatment is minimally invasive, it is recommended for people who have no medical conditions that complicate wound healing.
People with medical devices like pacemakers and other metallic implants are not ideal candidates for Vivace RF microneedling. The RF energy used in the treatment may disrupt the normal function of these devices. If you have one of these devices and want to counter skin aging, explore our treatment options during a consultation at The Perfect Dose.
How to Prepare for a Vivace Treatment
To prepare your skin for a Vivace RF microneedling treatment, you will need to avoid topical antibiotics and anti-inflammatory drugs for a time as directed. These medications can risk slower wound healing.
Avoid prolonged sun exposure, and do not apply retinoids, exfoliants, or acids to the areas selected for treatment to prevent skin irritation.
Schedule any waxing sessions or other hair-removal treatments a minimum of five to seven days before your Vivace RF microneedling appointment. Shaving is recommended a day before your session.
After Your Session
Once your Vivace treatment session is complete, you will be able to return to your everyday schedule without any need for recovery time. Slight redness or itchiness may be present for a time but will ameliorate in time.
How Long Do the Vivace Treatment Results Last?
The results of a Vivace RF microneedling appear gradually and can last for one to two years depending on how the patient takes care of their skin. During your consultation, our skincare expert will provide dos and don’ts for you to experience the full benefits of this treatment.
Arrange a Consultation to Find Out More
To schedule your consultation for Vivace in Scottsdale, contact The Perfect Dose today. Our skincare experts will be available to help you achieve more youthful and beautiful skin.