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PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser Review.


I am so excited that I am going to start testing the PaloVia® Skin Renewing Laser®. Woo hoo! The PaloVia® is the very first, FDA-cleared, at-home laser that is clinically proven to reduce fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes.

Did I say I was excited? Well, I am. I need to use this device to help with the wrinkles around my eyes. Big time. As I have said many times, I spent way too much time in the sun growing up. Even though I still spend a lot of time in the sun, I have wised up and use an SPF of 50 on my face and basically keep it shielded in any way I can. But the years and sun have taken it's toll. 

Here are a few pictures of my eye area. Notice the crows feet and cross hatching. Hopefully when I am finished reviewing the PaloVia® Skin Renewing Laser®, and I come back with my "after" pictures in about 6 weeks, these will be gone.

Now, let's take a look at just what the PaloVia® is and what is does.

Like I said, the PaloVia® Skin Renewing Laser® is first FDA-cleared, at-home laser clinically proven to reduce fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes. It is the exact same technology that is used in doctors offices to treat the same areas, though made for in-home use.

The PaloVia® works below the surface of the skin, right where wrinkles form. As short pulses of micro-fine laser light reach deeply into the skin's sub-layers, the body does its' thing to correct it. Naturally, the skin will heal itself as old, damaged skin tissue will be removed. Then it will rebuild itself with fresh, new collagen and elastin, which together make naturally smooth skin. Wrinkle free, is what I am hoping for.

I am going to test and start my PaloVia®  review tonight. I'll be back soon with an update. I will tell you all about my experience in using through a series of posts, so stay tuned.

The PaloVia® Skin Renewing Laser® retails for $499.00 at  Be sure to check them out on the PaloVia® Facebook page and follow them on Twitter too. There, you can check on the progress of various testers, along with some helpful usage tips.

Disclosure: Palomar has provided me a complimentary laser for my use in testing and review, and will provide transportation, lodging, and food for an "after" photoshoot when my testing and review is complete. All opinions expressed are my own. For more information on my disclosure policy, please see my disclaimer page.

Reader Comments (6)

Let me know how the treatments feel. Is it like a rubber band being snapped against your face?
I will be following this very closely. I watched a presentation on QVC and was tempted, with easy pay and all. Plus a good guarantee. I hope it works for you.
This is exciting, Teri. I hope you get the results you want. Keeping my eyes peeled for your updates as my 56 year old heavily crows feeted eyes need help too. I can't afford fraxel and this just may be the answer!
Hey Mrs. Toukonen -

I knew his would be right up your alley!

I just started on Level 1 and am going to update on Wednesday afternoon with how the first few sessions are going.

It does not feel that severe. I feel maybe 6 - 8 little pricks against the skin. More like a little static electricity shock - but minor. I don't mind it at all. I hold it really tight against my face and that it supposed to help with the discomfort. I honestly wouldn't even call it discomfort yet. Maybe on Level 3, but I won't be there for a few weeks and will let you know about it then.

Stay tuned! Hoping for great results.
Hi Gayle!

I have also watched this on QVC before. Was there easy pay, because that would really help.

I can't wait to get to the treatments and hope for great results. Stay tuned!
Hi Leslie -

I am hoping this is the answer too. Please look out for weekly updates. I am going to post on Wednesday afternoon after I have completed a few sessions to let you know how it is going.

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