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Skin Resurfacing 

with Venus Versa™

Restoring your Natural Beauty through
Venus Versa™ RF Fractional Skin Resurfacing

Venus Versa Skin Resurfacing is a non-laser, non light based skin resurfacing treatment that uses bipolar radio frequency (RF) technology. Our skin resurfacing treatment helps patients get smoother, healthier skin with little to no downtime. Designed to resurface the skin, RF Fractional Skin Rejuvenation is used to reduce the appearance of skin conditions which include:

         Acne & Acne Scarring

Aging Skin

Lines and Deep Wrinkles

Under-eye Circles

Droopy Eyelids

Enlarge Pores

Skin Discolorations


Uneven Texture

Necklace Lines

Loose Skin


Renew. Rejuvenate. Restore.


An Innovative, Non-Surgical
Skin Resurfacing Treatment That Restores Smooth, Healthy Skin with Low Downtime!

How Does It Work?

The Venus Versa™ treatment works with tiny pins that safely deliver heat (NanoFractional Radio Frequency) through the skins surface. This creates tiny wounds which the body then works to heal naturally. This process is what repairs signs of skin damage seen on the surface of the skin. Because the wounds are so small, the treatment is much more comfortable than lasers or chemical peels. 

Unlike lasers or other treatments where recovery can take up 10 days, Venus Versa™ skin resurfacing treatments have very low downtime - you can resume normal skin care and makeup routine 24 hours after treatment. This is just one of the many reasons Venus Versa™ is quickly becoming the go-to solution for patients who want results without having to hide their face for two weeks while they recover. 

"We are thrilled to be able to offer Venus Versa™ for skin resurfacing," - Dr. Wendi Lundquist, Director of Regena Spa. "We've seen remarkable results and love the fact that patients can be in and out in 30 minutes or less!" 

Exact treatment times will vary depending on the patient, but a single skin session typically takes 15-30 minutes, which makes it easy to fit into a busy schedule. Most patients receive 3-4 treatments per area done 4-6 weeks apart. Treatment plans vary by patient.

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