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The Adams Center Periorbital Rejuvenation

Wrinkles around the eyes, also known as “laugh lines,” “crow’s feet,” or “periorbital wrinkles” are one of the most common, and early signs of aging.

You don’t need to just accept laugh lines as a foregone conclusion. The Adams Center  has non-surgical treatments  for crow’s feet that include Botox, Total FX laser , Lux 1540, and the newest additions – Skin Anti-Aging Complex nutritional supplement, and OMNILUX new-U. By selectively combining these treatments we enable you to achieve the best result.

Botox and Dysport
Botox and Dysport work by reducing the activity of the muscles that cause laugh lines. Botox is a purified form of the Clostridium botulinum bacterium. It’s a safe, effective, time proven way to diminish the wrinkles around eyes, forehead, lips and neck.

TotalFX is the “gold standard” for overall non-surgical skin rejuvenation. Part of the UltraPulse system, the TotalFX laser includes both the broad area ActiveFX laser, and the DeepFX laser.

The Lux1540 is a non-ablative laser that heats the layers of skin to cause collagen regeneration during the skin's natural healing process to create healthy new tissue, rejuvenate skin, and reduce wrinkles.

Skin Anti-Aging Complex
Skin Anti-Aging Complex is a uniquely formulated dietary supplement that defends your skin against premature aging, from the inside out. AstraREAL® Astaxanthin (an extremely powerful antioxidant), and other vitamins and botanicals provide outstanding nutritional support for skin health to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, while improving the moisture levels, and elasticity of your skin.

OMNILUX new-U is the only FDA approved hand-held light therapy device that allows you to minimize crow’s feet. The light frequency used in new-U stimulates collagen production, increases blood flow to the cells, helps increase tissue oxygenation, and detoxification procedures.

The staff and I select the right combination for you to achieve the best result in the appearance of the area around the eye.