Pelleve

Pelleve: Your Non-Surgical Solution to Wrinkles

How much money have you spent over the years on anti-wrinkle and anti-ageing creams, serums and lotions? If you are like most people, you have invested a considerable amount of money in those products because you do not want to resort to surgery. Luckily, there is a middle ground between ineffective or slow-acting topical treatments and surgery. Pelleve is that middle ground.

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What Is Pelleve?

Pelleve is a non-surgical, non-invasive cosmetic procedure that utilises radiofrequency energy. A unique device is used to saturate deep layers of the skin with this energy, reaching your skin’s collagen stores. This energy gradually heats the collagen and causes it to contract. Over time, this stimulation causes the development of new collagen.

Collagen is what keeps young skin firm and prevents fine lines, wrinkles and sagging. Human skin naturally produces less and less skin with age, which is why you start to see unattractive signs of ageing as you get older. Most topical treatments fail to deliver the results you expect because they are inefficient at stimulating the development of new collagen.

There are some surgical treatments that can force your skin to look fresh and youthful, but those procedures come with significant risks and painful recovery periods. They can also look unnatural, especially in cases where patients have been “overdone”. Pelleve does not require surgery and delivers fast, long-lasting results without the painful recovery or downtime required with surgery.

What to Expect

Begin by consulting with a professional trained to deliver Pelleve treatment to determine if you are an ideal candidate for this procedure. There are other skin-firming cosmetic procedures available, and you may want to discuss all of your options and go over potential side effects before you commit to any one procedure. A trained professional can help you see the benefits of this procedure for your specific needs.

If Pelleve is the right skin treatment for you, then you can expect a fast, virtually painless procedure that does not intrude on your daily life. You may want to schedule your first appointment on a day that has no other important appointments or activities planned for it. This will allow you to see how your skin reacts to the treatment, though most people can carry on with their daily routine immediately after the procedure.

While some radiofrequency skin treatments are moderately painful, Pelleve is different. Many people consider that it feels like more of a massage than a skin treatment, and in some cases it can even be relaxing. You will walk into the appointment looking tired and wrinkled, and you will walk out looking and feeling refreshed.

Treatment that Keeps Giving

One thing that makes Pelleve different from other skin treatments is the fact that it continues to work weeks and months after your treatment. The goal of the treatment is to stimulate your skin to start producing greater amounts of collagen. This means that your skin gradually tightens and grows smoother with time. What you see immediately after the procedure is only the beginning of the improvements that you can expect.

Pelleve is one of the newer treatments on the cosmetic market, so it does not yet have the history that some other facial anti-ageing treatments have. Yet, early evidence indicates that it is one of the more promising cosmetic procedures for those interested in reducing wrinkles and rejuvenating their skin to achieve a more youthful appearance. The fact that it is painless, requires no downtime, and can even be relaxing, makes it more desirable to many patients.

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  1. Pelleve skin tightening experience says:

    I have to say that for me, it’s extremely important to have something that will work long-term, or at least for some time. I don’t like running into the clinic, doing treatments every week. It’s tiring, no matter how much I love beauty... My doctor recommend the new Pelleve treatment, which was quite new and out there. There weren’t many pelleve reviews, but the one’s that were online, they were all good. Many peple claimed that pelleve skin tightening is really possible, and that everyone should give it a go, since it’s not that invasive, actually I read it was pleasant. I searched pelleve before and after photos to see what results I should expect, though they all seemed great, I didn't want to put my hopes up - after all photoshop can make anyone look beautiful. I decided to give it a try. I was surprised with the end result, and more over, I was surprised how painless the entire thing was, I had no side effects after it either. I like to calle it a spa treatment, since it’s so easy,quick, and painless. And my skin stayed fresh and tightened for months after that.

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  2. ashleigh says:

    My friend Jerry is a great enthusiast when it comes to beauty products, procedures and anything really related to youth. He told me to read a Pelleve review, and try something that will help my face live a little. It got a little bit dull and grey during the years. And I’ve never really been the type to take care of my face. I was blessed with nice skin from birth, but age has affected it a lot. He was so persistant I had to go with him to a clinic to speak with a doctor, just because he was tired of looking at me tired face. After the first consultation, I have to say I was a changed woman, because I decided to try it out. That was totally unexpected but I guess it was kind of a good experience. The pelleve cost isnt that high, I always associated these procedures with pain and very costly, but now I see that there are alternative solutions that don’t have to be bad.

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  3. Leah says:

    I don’t know what I would do without face rejuvenation. I would probably be the most frustrated woman on this planet.. For me, the beauty is in the face. And no acne, wrinkles or loose skin are tolerable. That’s why I always try to be up to date with new procedures and treatments, which can make my face look beautiful and fresh, and if possible young. I really don’t take no for an answer, and my doctor knows that. And he also knows that I am against surgery. I know that there are certain scars after each surgery you can’t fix, so I tend to go for procedures that will give me the same results and not the pain. For a few months I’ve been treating my face with several treatments, and one of them was pelleve. I’ve had more effective treatments, but I can say that pelleve was not bad. You do get what you pay for.

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  4. Annabelle says:

    They say that Pelleve is the middle ground between surgery and creams. In the sense of the results that you get. My experiences with the Pelleve are very positive. The energy that causes the collagen production heats up the skin cells and which produce more healthy, tight and young looking skin. In my case, skin tightening creams just didn’t have any positive results, they were just a waste of money. Pelleve showed results, and not just that, they lasted for months after I went for it the first time. It’s just amazing. I love it. And it really is like they say, the middle ground. It’s not aggressive or painful like surgery can be. It doesn’t need recovery time. Creams on the other hand are just a waste of money and time. This however, I can only say that I am more than thrilled that my friend introduced me to this.

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  5. Mary says:

    My name is Mary, and I would like to say something. I’ve been recently researching various different techniques for facial rejuvenation. Google showed me that there is a whole world out there full of option, for different kind of problems and people. I took a couple of treatments that interested me, and pelleve was one of them. I made an appointment in a skin rejuvenation clinic and spoke to a professional, who in the end, advised me to go for Pelleve. It turned out the best thing I ever got. It was really pleasant and the effects were marvelous. From having never heard of it, to being amazed by it.. I can only say that I love it and recommend it, but with the advise of a professional. After all, he will say if you are the right fit for it or not. Ask around and see what’s out there, you never know.

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  6. Pelleve @ Facial Rejuvenation Clinic says:

    As this review says, it really is a treatment that keeps on giving. You just got to give it a chance, it’s not that bad in my opinion. I am not very picky, and I do appreciate anything that can be painless and bring change at the same time. I was taught in life that you can’t have nothing without a little pain. And then life brought me to a facial rejuvenation clinic and to this treatment. It was a pleasant experience, that I would recommend to anyone who wants to be refreshed..For a few months. If you don’t have any severe skin issues, and just want to be a bit vein and superficial, than this radio frequency treatment is for you. It makes you look naturaly bright, and not plastic at all. It’s not surgery, so it can’t do that anyways, but thank God natural beauty is starting to be beautiful again.

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  7. Bec says:

    I was one of those who was wondering, what is pelleve? I heard about other skin tightening treatments but this was the first time I came across Pelleve skin treatment. I decided to google pelleve before and after photos and the results seem quite good. After reading the above experiences I might actually look into who does this treatment. Thank you!

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  8. Recovery issues says:

    I had terrible recovery after my laser surgery, and although I don’t want to be negative, I don’t recommend it to anyone. Laser surgery is so risky, and it comes with many consequences that they just don’t tell you right away. They don’t want to scare you off with the true story, but it’s real, and I am so sorry now, that I didn’t research more to hear about other people’s experiences. Not only are the wrinkles still here, around my entire face, I have damage in terms of scars. That’s devastating. From now on, I only trust skin tightening creams and that’s it! Don’t risk your skin with these harsh treatments. Laser or radiofrequency, does it make a difference? It’s still not mild and there are potential side effects. If something has side effects it can’t be good!

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  9. Pelleve In Melbourne? says:

    Oh wow, this is so exciting! It really sounds promising. Oh, I just get the jitters whenever I hear about something new in the field. Facial skin rejuvenation is very important to me, as I am someone who really takes care of her looks, because it’s important. It’s who you, are and represents how you feel. And I’ve done chemical peels, a tummy tuck and a laser skin treatment. Heck, they call me a regular at my private clinic. I never heard of Pelleve, and I’m going to figure out what’s going on at the clinic, because nobody ever mentioned it, like it never existed. Is it available in Melbourne?

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  10. Armani says:

    Radio frequency is less harmful than a laser. That’s for sure. I’ve seen cases. Different reactions to it, but pelleve really seems to work. Although, I do believe that not many people know about this procedure, what’s it about, how it works, what’s the outcome… I believe that when most of you read Pelleve, you didn’t know if it was a cream or a treatment. Hehe, well, it works, and it’s great, and I love it because Pelleve cost isn’t that much, and it’s worth every single dime you pay for it. Every dime, wipes one wrinkle away, and it’s all about getting rid of wrinkles.. They are the number one enemy of facial rejuvenation. If you were to remove the wrinkles, you’d not look that old, or the age wouldn’t be so noticeable, you know? But being one of the newest treatments out there, Pelleve really gives hope.

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  11. Belieber says:

    I believe in pelleve skin tightening. It’s innovative, and something new and different in dermatology. After all, it’s all based on science, and it’s not just some mumbo jumbo created to take our money. If you don’t see a difference nobody is actually forcing you to give up a fortune.

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  12. Jenny H. says:

    I had several chemical peels, which made me feel and look refreshed. After I do those, it deeply cleanses my skin, removes the dead skin. My skin doesn’t look that dry and saggy and the wrinkles are less visible. I never had anything else, like, drastic done. I read in a brochure that I found in my facial rejuvenation clinic about Pelleve. It was like an intro brochure explaining the process, so as any other curious women; I ran home, googled it, found articles about it. What is the actual outcome? In terms of length, how many months can you see great results. A couple of months can be different, it can be two or it can be 6… And that makes a difference to me. Thanks to whoever answers me?

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  13. Glenda Karlson says:

    Many pelleve reviews state the same thing, that it gives a natural look, not the overdone, baked kind of look. I was wondering is there a certain age group. I am over fifty, so could it work for me? The only two things I’ve considered are this and photo rejuvenation. I just need to look young ago. I’d do it all just to rewind a few years and erase all these stress marks from my face… If that would be possible with either of these, it would be my dream come true. So if any of you doctors can tell me which is the good choice, or possibly provide me with consultation, that would be great.

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  14. Not Buying It! says:

    The whole story with laser treatments replenishing your cells and making collagen production more prominent – I don’t buy it. I’m not an expert but I do think with my brain. And for all of you saying that rf and laser is the same, have you ever seen laser before and afters, and pelleve before and after shots?

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  15. Sandy Br. says:

    No, rf skin tightening isn’t as effective as laser resurfacing, it can’ be, it’s not even similar. But I believe that Pelleve is still better than other non surgical face lift methods, and if you ask me, it comes in second after laser treatments. It just has a logical effect, and it’s forceful enough to provide some results. It really seems to be based on science, and not just some concocted story to get cash.

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  16. Solange says:

    I had Pelleve done, oh my Gosh it’s the best! Radio frequency skin tightening is the future, and I’m on board, and I’m feeling great! It’s been a week, and I’m feeling fabulous, looking fabulous, I look rejuvenated and bright. It’s like I’ve returned the years, and wrinkles were swept away with a little sponge. Just like that!

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  17. Penelope says:

    I’ve never even heard of this until I came here to check on something about skin rejuvenation. This site is my go-to site if I need any information about surgical or non surgical procedures in Australia. Pelleve is something hot, innovative and something that’s just breaking through, but it definitely seems to have good word of mouth. Lots of people claim for it to give great results, and to be very relaxed while getting the entire procedure. And for someone who wants their face to look younger and crows’ feet to be gone, this seems like the real deal, the whole package. I predict that the procedure is going to get so popular, you won’t be even able to make an appointment later on.

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