Angel Whitening vs. Revlite: What’s the Difference?
July 15, 2020
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Our newest treatment to rejuvenate and lighten pigmented areas is here! Inbiowhite helps provide a more youthful and radiant appearance. Let’s explore this transformative treatment and what it can do for you!
Do you have unwanted pigmentation on the face? Some examples include sun damage, melasma, or simply dark scarring due to acne. Well, fear not – Inbiowhite may be for you! “We recommend it for patients who want to improve on their skin texture, lighten their hyperpigmentations and skin blemishes,” says Dr. Nikki Liezl San Luis, Associate Physician of Belo Greenbelt. Inbiowhite is safe for sensitive skin types and can possibly help with inflammatory symptoms as well.
“We recommend doing Inbiowhite every two weeks for at least 4-6 treatments,” says Dr. San Luis, in order to reach optimal results. “We use painless microneedles that not only penetrate the superficial part of the skin, but also its deeper layers.”
Just like other treatments, patients may experience temporary side effects such as redness, but nothing to be alarmed about! These effects are usually temporary and subside within a few days. Your Belo doctor may also prescribe topical medicals for post-care.
You can continue to protect your skin from the sun by using a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 (we have sunscreen recommendations in Belo Shop!). Sun exposure can undo the benefits of Inbiowhite and potentially lead to complications.
If you’re considering Inbiowhite, consult with a Belo doctor to discuss your options and create a personalized treatment plan tailored to your needs. With the right guidance and care, you can enjoy the benefits of Inbiowhite and reveal a more radiant you!
Belo Inbiowhite starts at ₱5,600 per session. Book a consultation now by calling 8819-BELO (2356) or click here!