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Morpheus8

Morpheus8 uses the most advanced technology to address a variety of skin concerns.

 

MORPHEUS8 is a non-surgical advanced technology that combines the power of radio-frequency energy with microneedling as well as fractional laser treatments. MORPHEUS8 stimulates collagen production to tighten and smooth wrinkles, transforming your complexion and restoring a more youthful skin.

 

With this treatment you will notice:

 

  • Increased collagen and softening of fine lines and wrinkles;
  • Improvement of acne scarring;
  • Tightening of lower and upper eye area;
  • Improvements in skin quality and laxity;
  • Sculpting of mid and lower face thanks to the remodelling of sub-dermal fat.

 

For the Best Outcome:

For optimal results, we recommend between 2-3 sessions spaced at 4-8 week intervals.

 

Downtime:

Following your treatment, you will notice redness that may last a few hours to a day, along with sensitized skin and a sunburnt feel. Localized swelling can occur. Within the first week, your skin may appear rough or drier than usual, and feel tight.

This treatment is currently only available in our Vancouver location. Booking is expected to start by mid December, 2021. 

Conditions Treated

Acne & Blemishes

Clear skin can be hard to come by, and while daily cleansing is great, our complexion needs regular “deep cleansing” treatments to make sure pores clear, and the skin is free from breakouts.

Complexion

As we age, our skin can get a bit dull and to age gracefully, it needs some extra TLC. At The Vanity Lab, we offer many treatments to help brighten and clear the skin!

Scarring

Usually scars tell a story — some of which, we’d rather not share!

Skin Tone & Texture

Who doesn’t want Photoshop-worthy skin, au-natural? From our clinical grade skin care products to our effective skin and anti-aging treatments, we’ll help you look and feel your best through gorgeous, healthy skin.

Wrinkles & Fine Lines

Those pesky wrinkles like to show all the fun we’ve been having in our lives – but don’t you wish they showed just a little less?