At Home Laser Treatment

Using the PaloVia Laser

The Choices Before At Home Laser Treatment

Prior to the PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser, there were just two categories of anti-wrinkle treatments: going to a doctor's office for a medical procedure or treating yourself with creams or lotions. If you're like many people, then medical procedures – such as a face lift, laser skin resurfacing, chemical peel, or injectable toxins or fillers – may feel too extreme, expensive or inconvenient. Yet, you're understandably not satisfied with the results available from over-the-counter creams and lotions.

Adapting Fractional Technology for At Home Laser Treatment

In 2000, Palomar filed a patent on fractional laser technology, which has since become the gold standard for professional aesthetic treatments. Although we've had success selling our products to medical professionals, we have always known that many people – maybe even you – would prefer the option of an at home laser treatment. To that end, we challenged Palomar scientists to make our professional technology more affordable, user-friendly and appropriate for home use. And they did. The PaloVia laser is the first FDA-cleared, at home laser treatment that is clinically proven to reduce fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes.

A New Choice: At Home Laser Treatment

At last, there is a new choice for women who are concerned about the signs of aging. The PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser makes at home laser treatment possible. How?

  • It's fast and easy to use. In a recent survey, virtually all users agreed on these two points.
  • It's affordable. For less than 1/2 the cost of just one professional treatment, you can realize the benefits of at home laser treatments, without worrying about the ongoing cost of professional maintenance.* The Spectrum of Anti-Aging Treatments compares treatments costs.
  • It's a beauty breakthrough. Only 14 products won the prestigious 2011 Allure Breakthrough Award. The PaloVia laser was one of them. Read more about the 2011 Allure Breakthrough Award.
  • Women love it. 92% of users are satisfied with the PaloVia laser and 76% of them would recommend it to a friend.

*On average, comparable fractional laser treatments at a dermatologist's office can cost $1,200 per visit, with multiple visits required to achieve desired results. Source: American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, 2011 Statistics.