MOXI is a non-ablative, fractionated wavelength laser that provides you with renewed texture and tone to your complexion, plus MOXI has the energy to correct pigmentation issues. There is little downtime with MOXI, and the treatment creates micro-coagulation zones in your skin. Your naturally repairs these micro-coagulation zones by replacing damaged cells.
Treatment time takes anywhere from 15-90 minutes, depending on the area being treated, and you will have noticeable results in only 4-5 days. You may need 3-4 treatments to reach your optimum goals.
- MOXI is comfortable, easy on your skin, and very quick. In addition, the MOXI handpiece delivers non-ablative laser energy to revitalize your skin, and treatments can be done on your lunch break.
- Preventative. MOXI is designed to correct signs of sun damage and aging quickly and efficiently.
- Combinable. You can combine MOXI treats with BBL-HERO for total, harmonious results.
As the MOXI laser moves across your skin, you may feel a slight warming sensation.
MOXI laser treatment rejuvenates skin irregularities due to aging. In addition, it can reverse damage from minor scarring, wrinkles, and fine lines.
MOXI’s goal is rejuvenation to prevent damage and offer a rejuvenation solution when prevention doesn’t work.
MOXI is a safe treatment and has few side effects and risks. There may be some minor redness and a burning sensation right after your treatment. Your skin may also have a sandpaper-like texture for a few days after, but this is normal and will soon resolve.
MOXI laser treatments are long-lasting. Recent studies have shown that MOXI treatments can last a year or more. However, you may need follow-up treatments to ensure that MOXI’s treatments last and that you keep your glow.
You may notice some diminished dynamic movement in your treatment area right away. It takes BOTOX® an average of 7-10 days to take full effect. After that, your skin repairs damaged cells and smooths out lines and wrinkles. BOTOX® is FDA-approved to last for 3 months before repeated treatment is necessary. For seasoned BOTOX® patients, it may last a bit longer as the muscles acclimate to the medication.