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Non-Invasive Laser Eyebrow Lifting

  • Forehead eyebrow elevation

  • Eyelid tightening

  • Natural-looking results

  • Non-invasive procedure

  • No downtime

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What is VectorLift®?

VectorLift® is an innovative solution for non-invasive eyebrow lifting and upper eyelid rejuvenation. This unique 3-step protocol provides an enhancement of peri-ocular and brow aesthetics via elevation of the eyebrow tail and tightening of the upper eyelids.

Mechanism of Action

VectorLift® is based on Fotona’s exclusive Er:YAG FotonaSMOOTH® mode pulse technology, which has a proven record as a powerful and effective solution for heating and stimulating the renewal and tightening of superficial as well as deeper collagen with unique hyperstacking variations of FotonaSMOOTH® mode pulses. VectorLift® provides the optimal balance between immediate tissue tightening (superficial contraction), new collagen formation (long-term rejuvenation) and the use of fluences that are comfortable for the patient while creating no unwanted side effects.

How Does it Work?

VectorLift® is a 3-step procedure that extends the total treatment area to maximize lifting vectors by combining forehead eyebrow elevation, eyelid tightening and scalp tightening. Extending the treatment to the scalp provides a strong hold or anchor point on the lifting effect due to the high adhesion of the SMAS (Superficial Muscular Aponeurotic System).

The depth of penetration with VectorLift® is especially favorable for facial treatments. Using low fluences and a hyperstacking protocol produces deeper collagen growth for enhanced tightening while also providing a comfortable experience for the patient by delivering a gradual heat increase, thereby avoiding the shock that can be induced by high-powered single pulses.

How comfortable is the treatment?

This protocol is comfortable and non-aggressive, allowing patients to return immediately to their normal routines. Total treatment time is around 25 minutes, and 3 to 4 sessions are recommended. The procedure is is usually performed under topical anesthesia. Anesthetic cream is not required in the scalp area.

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