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PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser Video Demonstration and Review.

I am back with another update on my progress in using the PaloVia® Skin Renewing Laser® . If you have not read my previous reviews, be sure to read them to learn what the PaloVia ® laser it, what it does, and how it has been going for me so far.  I will include links at the end of this post.

So you could get a better look at the PaloVia ®, I wanted to show you exactly what it looks and feels like by using the PaloVia® in a video.

The whole treatment process is very quick and easy. I literally spend 3 - 4 minutes start to finish when I perform my nightly treatments. After I finish up the 30 days, I will move onto a maintenance plan where I will only need to perform the treatment twice a week.

As I said in the video, I am thrilled with the results so far.  My skin has really tightened up around my eyes and I think that my crows feet are starting to go away.

Here are those links to the previous posts about the PaloVia®:

PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser Review

PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser Review - Update 1

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 (8)

Thanks so much for demonstrating the laser. I have been following along and think I am going to make the investment. I am worried about getting so read as you visibly do, but I suppose it will be worth it.
How long do you stay so red like that? I want to use this but I am worried about that.
I love reading all of your trials and tribulations about using this fancy fangled device. How bad does it really hurt? You don't flinch at all, but your eye area looks so red after you finishing your treatment? Does the sunburn feeling last for the 30 days of using or only until the redness goes away?

I loved watching your demo. You look a little young to use this device. Do you really have prominent wrinkles around your eyes? I'm 62 and I am thinking that I need something like this. I can't imagine you would really need it at your age.
Hi Alexa - There is definitely redness involved. It looks worse than it actually is and if you do it early enough in the evening, you will only have a small pink area in the morning, which is easily covered up.
Hi Jaclyn - The redness fades in a few hours. As I said to Alexa above, if you do the treatment early enough in the evening, you only have a very small are of pinkness in the morning. It is easily covered. It is definitley not a deal breaker as far as using goes.
Heather - it really does not hurt, and I get used to the feeling more and more each day. It does feel like a prickling sensation and there is one spot under each eye that hurts more than any other, but it nothing that I consider painful. The sunburns feeling lasts less than an hour, usually less than half and hour and the redness starts to fade on me within a few hours.
Pattie - I definitely needed to use this device. Not only have I spent way too much tie in the sun, I squint a lot and I have a lot of wrinkles around my eyes. I am sure they are not as prominent as your "average" 62 year old, but I did need to use it and happy that I am doing so.

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