Let TempSure Reduce Those Pesky Wrinkles!

Between 2016 and 2017, facelift surgeries fell by 4%. Dr. Lee doesn't think that men and women have become less sensitive to the signs of aging. Instead, he thinks that the improvement of non-surgical techniques give people better options than going under the knife.

TempSure offers the perfect example of how non-surgical cosmetic treatments can give patients similar results as facelifts. Even more importantly, TempSure can reduce pesky wrinkles without forcing you to spend weeks recovering from a surgery.

At Refresh Rx Hawaii, we offer many cosmetic treatments. Today we'll teach you about TempSure, so you can decide whether it's the right choice for you.

TempSure promotes collagen production

Stimulating collagen production is the key to reducing wrinkles. When you're young, your body produces lots of collagen. The high amount of collagen makes young faces plump and elastic.

As you age, your body's collagen production slows. Suddenly, your face doesn't have as much collagen to prevent wrinkles. Somewhere around 30, you probably start to notice fine lines that weren't there just a couple of years ago.

TempSure promotes collagen production to reduce wrinkles and fine lines.

TempSure uses radio waves to target collagen production

TempSure works by focusing radiofrequency waves on deep layers of your skin. The radio waves generate a little heat, which promotes collagen production.

For years, doctors have been using heat to improve collagen and reduce the signs of aging. TempSure, however, is the most advanced technique that we've seen. It targets layers of skin efficiently, only takes a short amount of time, and doesn't cause any pain.

Dr. Lee has been so impressed by TempSure, that he thinks more people should understand the benefits.

The benefits of TempSure at ReFresh Rx Hawaii

The results of TempSure vary slightly from person to person. In general, you can expect the following benefits when you get a TempSure treatment at ReFresh Rx Hawaii:

TempSure works especially well for residents of Hawaii because it doesn't prevent you from spending time in the sun. With some cosmetic treatments, you need to protect your skin from the sun's rays. TempSure doesn't have that limitation. You can head straight from our office to the beach.

Some of our patients have told us they experience some redness after the treatment. Don't worry about minor redness. It will go away on its own within a short amount of time.

Schedule your first TempSure treatment at ReFresh Rx Hawaii

We've had so much success with TempSure treatments, we recommend it confidently to our patients. If you want to get rid of those pesky wrinkles, you can get the process started by scheduling a treatment with Dr. Eugene Lee at ReFresh Rx Hawaii.

You'll meet with Dr. Lee to learn more details about the treatment. He'll also take a close look at your skin to make sure you're a good candidate for TempSure. Most people are, so it's unlikely that you won't qualify.

After your first experience with TempSure, you can talk to Dr. Lee about using future treatments to keep fighting wrinkles and other signs of aging. Of course, we also have other services, such as cellulite reduction and SculpSure Body Contouring, that you can use to look your best!

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