Clear Skincare Clinics Welcomes New Non-ablative Laser Device, Renuva

This innovative non-ablative laser is delivering incredible results in the beauty market. Anita Quade chats to Emma Stewardson, National Manager, Clinical & Products Training at Clear Skincare Clinics about this game-changing technology.

What is the Renuva laser treatment?

Renuva is a non-ablative laser that creates a heating of the dermal layer within our skin producing thousands of microscopic thermal zones. This leads to a controlled thermal injury to remodel and rebuild collagen fibres, in addition to stimulating the production of new collagen. Collagen remodeling will help to plump fine lines and wrinkling, smooth acne, and surgical scars, lift sagging skin, minimise sun, and age spots and refine enlarged pores across both the face and body.”

It has just been launched in the market – what advantages does it have over other lasers?

“Renuva works deep within our skin to deliver superior results for collagen induction for scars, lines, wrinkles, and rejuvenation. What blows me away with this treatment is that it’s super advanced and effective but has an incredible treatment recovery compared to other advanced laser treatments in the market. This means you can get all the advantages of a deep laser, but with quick healing and being able to return to normal programming after 24 hours.”

Who is the treatment suitable for?

“Renuva is suited to clients with skin types 1-4, with concerns such as scars, wrinkle reduction and rejuvenation.”

How can salons get a return on investment with the device?

“For optimal results, Renuva is designed to be performed as part of a treatment program. Clients will see results from one treatment with a continued improvement and showing the client the value of coming in for multiple treatments for returned client business.”

What are some of the highlights for the therapist using the device?

“Renuva is a very time efficient treatment and from a therapist point of view, being able to customise the treatment for the client by changing the joules and density to tailor it to different concerns and clients.”

How often do patients need to have this treatment?

“We recommend to come in monthly for Renuva. Depending on the client concerns and end treatment outcome, we would recommend three to six treatments with reassessment at the end.”

How long do the results last for?

“Renuva is working on your own natural collagen production. This builds up over months following treatment. When committed to a treatment course, the treatment can correct scarring, imperfections and minimise wrinkles to deliver exceptional results. Treatments can be used as maintenance yearly to give you your best skin ever.”

How have you seen laser devices develop over the years – especially as this treatment is non- ablative is that more of a trend you are seeing?

“The benefit of a non- ablative laser is just how quick the skin recovers, making it not as scary as ablative laser that can take a week to recover. By keeping the epidermis in tack, the laser bypasses and produces heat, over ablating the tissue. So yes, you walk out, and you will have redness and heat in the skin, but by the next day, this has dramatically reduced allowing you to wear sunscreen, and return to your day-to-day life. Also, by using this type of laser, the skin is not left tender or sore following a treatment.”

What has the feedback been like from clients who have signed up for this treatment?

“They are loving it! Renuva is the next step up in their skin journey and being able to customise their treatment programs between skin needling and now laser to give them the best results. Our clients have also reported how quickly they start seeing improvements in their skin tone, texture, and clarity. A must treatment for anyone with acne scars and those wanting wrinkle reduction and rejuvenation.”

This article originally appeared in the Autumn 2024 print issue of Professional Beauty.

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