Your skin never stops changing. As you age, collagen production slows, resulting in a loss of volume, wrinkles, and crepiness that’s nearly impossible to diminish with skin care products alone. For this reason, we are absolutely thrilled to provide one of the most effective age-defying treatments on the market—a unique combination of microneedling and radiofrequency energy called EndyMed™ Intensif.
EndyMed Intensif is ideal for revitalizing skin around the jowls, neck, and décolletage, but can also treat numerous other areas effectively, including the forehead. We recently did a podcast on EndyMed and posted a video of one of our patients, a model and actress named Anya, who loves EndyMed and agreed to record her treatment to help spread the word. Despite taking superb care of her skin and doing everything right, Anya noticed that her age was catching up with her. At 52, she needed some extra help to diminish the crepiness around her jawline, neck, and chest. When Anya discovered EndyMed at our medical spa, she was more than happy to share her experience.
The science behind EndyMed is simple. EndyMed starts with microneedling, tiny needles that create micro holes in the skin. It then channels potent radiofrequency energy deep within those micro holes to spur new collagen and elastin growth. EndyMed basically jumpstarts your skin’s natural healing process, gradually filling in the damaged cells with new collagen and elastin, replenishing elasticity and plumpness to skin.
The key to your best skin is patience and multiple treatments. Since the skin takes time to renew itself, most patients start seeing results after their second treatment, usually within two months after their initial session.
Could EndyMed be right for you? Learn more by listening to our podcast on EndyMed. You can also learn more about all our services by subscribing to our podcast, “It’s a Young Thing,” online or on the Plastic Surgery Network on Apple TV.
Young Medical Spa® is easily accessible to patients in the Philadelphia, Allentown, Bethlehem, and Easton areas.