What Are TriBella Facial Rejuvenation Treatments?
TriBella is a complete facial rejuvenation treatment, which combines three effective facial rejuvenation therapies into one protocol. The TriBella treatments combine three unique technologies for exceptional outcomes. This includes a photorejuvenation treatment, an anti-aging treatment, and a skin resurfacing treatment—all in one. The result is a high-intensity, non-invasive, effective form of skin renewal. Today, TriBella is known as the facial rejuvenation treatment that can simultaneously enhance skin tone, tightness, and texture. It’s a powerful therapy that results in a younger, smoother-looking appearance.
TriBella facial equipment provides effective treatment for benign pigmented lesions and benign vascular lesions. Using the SR515 & SR580 applicators, the photorejuvenation treatment utilizes intense pulsed light (IPL) technology to deliver direct bursts of energy onto targeted areas of skin. The intense pulsed light used is selectively absorbed by the target chromophores-namely, hemoglobin for vascular lesions and melanin for pigmented lesions.
Enhances collagen production to reduce the appearance of skin laxity and fade the appearance of wrinkles*. The TriBella facial device uses the DiamondPolar applicator, which is powered by (MP)2 technology-the combination of Multi-Polar Radio Frequency (RF) and Pulsed Electro Magnetic Fields (PEMF). Multi-Polar RF produces fast and homogeneous heat in multiple tissue depths, resulting in excellent clinical results and comfortable patient experiences.
Improves the appearance of textural skin conditions such as acne scars and other scars, rosacea, uneven skin texture, enlarged pores, dyschromia, and pigmentation. The TriBella facial treatment machine uses the specially designed NanoFractional RF applicator, which features state-of-the-art patented tip technology and one of the largest spot sizes in the industry. The precise amount of energy (up to 62 mJ) is delivered uniformly to each pin electrode. High-energy density is distributed through a small footprint per pin (160 x 38 µm2), leaving sufficient intact tissue in between for faster wound healing, uniform post-treatment tissue appearance, and lower downtimes than most other devices.