After the age of 20, a person produces about 1% less collagen in the skin each year.

Together, collagen and elastin keep our skin firm and supple. On average, we lose about 1% of our collagen production every year after the age of 20. The more collagen we lose, the more fine lines and wrinkles appear, which is why it is essential that we work to increase our collagen levels as we age.

Professional Treatments

Your therapist will help you choose the best treatment by considering all your skin concerns, contraindications, downtime and budget:

A course of 6. One per month.

A peel increases the production of key elements that make a youthful appearance. 1-2 day downtime.

A course of 10. One per week.

Heat derived from Radio Frequency is proven to stimulate collagen. No downtime.

A course of 6. One per month.

A little more aggressive, but delivers outstanding results. Expect 2 day downtime.

A course of 6. One per month.

RF heat removes thousands of microscopic bits of tissue. New healthy tissue formed, tighter and firm than before. Expect 2 day downtime.



Continue use of home skincare routine of topical Vitamin A & C as well as daily application of protective SPF. Monthly exfoliating facials will turnover dead skin thus increasing collagen production.