People today are looking for less invasive, less surgical procedures that can help them see a visible difference in no time. This solution works almost instantly. It's wearable! You can go all day with younger, tighter and brighter eyes.
Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) April 30, 2014
Consider it Spanx for under your eyes, or Photoshop for the real world. Neotensil is a breakthrough technology from MIT and Harvard that reduces the appearance of under-eye puffiness in minutes, right at home. It creates an invisible film that instantly tightens, smooths and lifts the skin around the eyes to get rid of under-eye bags and wrinkles within 15 to 30 minutes. DC Derm Docs' Dr. Dale Isaacson and Dr. Marilyn Berzin are the first in the Washington, D.C. area to offer Neotensil.
The non-surgical and non-invasive Neostensil technology is ideal for daily use or for special occasions. The two-step treatment creates a breathable polymer layer over the sagging skin and compresses the under-eye bags for up 24 hours.
Dr. Dale Isaacson explains, “The human skin loses its elasticity over time, which is why we see the sagging skin forming under the eyes. Think of Neotensil as invisible shapewear that, easily applied in just minutes, minimizes the appearance of those unwanted bags and wrinkles, without side effects.”
Dr. Marilyn Berzin adds, “People today are looking for less invasive, less surgical procedures that can help them see a visible difference in no time. This solution works almost instantly. It's wearable! You can go all day with younger, tighter and brighter eyes.”
Dermatologists say Neotensil moisturizes the skin twice as much as the leading drugstore moisturizing products, because it smoothes fine lines and rejuvenates skin by providing continual hydration for 24 hours.
According to clinical research 100 percent of the patients who tested the product showed the appearance of under eye bag compression, and 94 percent had a reduction in the appearance of fine wrinkles. The vast majority of patients also felt they looked 5 years younger. The treatment is only available through dermatologists’ offices, where medical professionals can instruct patients on how to use the product properly. The Neotensil kit includes 50 applications and retails for about $500. To learn more about Neotensil please visit http://www.DCDermDocs.com.
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