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Beauty Innovation: PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser

March 10, 2011  |  Inspiration

Being a beauty innovation ourselves, TEMPTU is always looking at what’s new and hot in the world of beauty. Introducing fellow QVC buddy the PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser. Who doesn’t hate crow’s feet? No matter how amazing your skin is, those fine little lines will eventually emerge on your face. Now some women gladly embrace their aging face, crow’s feet and all, but if you are dying for an at-home way to so good-bye to fine lines this product is for you. What it is: The PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser is the first FDA-cleared, at-home fractional laser clinically proven to reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes.

Who it’s for: All skin types. Anyone with fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes.

Why it’s different: This system uses professional technology adapted and FDA-cleared for at-home use. It delivers a visible improvement in fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes in just one month. In a clinical study, a panel of doctors specializing in dermatology and plastic surgery reported a noticeable reduction in the appearance of wrinkles around the eyes in 92% of participants after one month of daily treatments.

How it works: The device generates short pulses of micro-fine laser light that penetrate your skin’s sub-layers where wrinkles form, treating the aging support structure. Then the body’s natural healing process sweeps away older, damaged tissue and rebuilds it with new collagen and elastin, stimulating younger-looking and smoother skin.

Each treatment session takes about three to four minutes and you only have to use it once a day. After one month, use it twice a week to help maintain your results. And the people over at Palomar even made the laser accident proof! The laser has a built-in sensor that works with the Pre-Treatment Gel to verify complete skin contact, plus audio and visual cues and an automatic shut-off help to prevent overuse.

Price: PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser retails for $499 on palovia.com and $454.60 through QVC. Now that price may seem a little high at first, but it’s really a one time buy for years of use. With this one-time purchase, you can realize the benefits of laser treatments, without worrying about the ongoing cost of professional maintenance.

We want to know what you guys think! Are crow’s feet a big worry for you? Would you splurge for the PaloVia Skin Renewing Laser to never have to see them again?

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3 Comments


  1. I worry about crows feet more now that I am not in my 20s anymore! I try to buy and try different products from different lines to prevent them! I don’t have them yet but prevention is the key! Thanks for the review!

  2. I want to try but I’m a bit scared to try cause I’m worrying if it would hurt my skin. lol. I’m 33 yrs old but I want to try and see what it is like. lol.

  3. I have had fraxel laser treatments over the years costing $1xxx for a series of 3 treatments at a time. I purchased the PaloVia at QVC about 3 wks ago and have been using it faithfully once a day (it turns itself off after using it for 25 pulses and stays off for 8 hrs). I see a major difference in crows feet and sagging skin in this short time. Maybe the worse the problem the better the result in the first go ’round. I anticipate great results when the first month is over and then go into the maintenance phase. It does work and my skin is fine.

    In the beginning you have to find your tolerance level because it does sting;( I had the same feeling when done professionally)but it is not bad and you get used to it. PaloVia says the higher the level the better. I am at the top level and it is not bad. I do my treatment before bed and it takes about 3-4 minutes; my skin is red at the places in the treatment area but in the morning it is normal looking.

    This really works. I mean it REALLY WORKS!! and now there will not be $1xxx treatments. Why can’t this be used for other areas? Is it because it has only been approved by the FDA for periorbital areas? I think I am going to try on wrinkles around my lips. I used to smoke and I have those fine little vertical wrinkles that look horrible because my lipstick feathers.

    But what I really want to say is that this beauty aide really does what it says it is supposed to do,so far, and the cost is very reasonable compared to spa treatments. I have done it all, Botox, Titan, Fraxel, dermabrasion, etc. and will not stop everything because I have a career and want to look my best but this certainly will help with the cost.

    Thanks to all you beautiful women, Naida

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