ClearLift™, or as we call it, the lunchtime facelift, is a virtually painless, non-ablative approach to laser skin resurfacing. Using 1064nm Q-Switched laser technology, patients are enjoying fast, comfortable treatments with visible results and no downtime. It is gentle enough to treat areas that are typically too sensitive to treat with traditional ablative lasers, such as the delicate skin around the eyes, neck, mouth, and chest.

This new skin rejuvenation treatment, offered by SoundShapes Spa in Boston’s North End, appeals to what our clients desire most – a more youthful appearance with NO Pain or Recovery Time.

The discomfort and recovery time associated with ablative skin resurfacing, like the Pixel Laser Peel, aren’t for everybody. The solution is the ClearLift™ from Alma Lasers. The innovative technology delivers a controlled dermal wound deep beneath the skin, (up to 3mm in depth). The outer layer of the skin is left undamaged. All stages of healing and skin repair occur under the intact epidermis.

ClearLift dramatically improves:

fine lines


the appearance of small veins


acne scars


loose skin / saggy skin

ClearLift offers many advantages:

Fast Treatment Time – no topical numbing is required and treatments can take as little as 20 minutes.

Virtually Painless – patients report a comfortable, skin resurfacing experience.

No Downtime – after a ClearLift treatment, patients can immediately return to their daily life.

What does this mean for you? Fractional laser resurfacing with absolutely no pain or recovery time since the benefits of skin remodeling occur under the protection of a complete epidermis. Three ClearLift 2– Six treatments are done 2 – 4 weeks apart are recommended

Benefits of the treatment:

tightening skin (anywhere on the body)

smoothing fine-lines and wrinkles

reducing scars and stretch marks

significantly reducing acne scars and post-acne hyperpigmentation

improving Rosacea, broken capillaries, and spider veins

lightening dark under eye circles


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