As the "Zoom Boom" causes a spike in cosmetic procedures, JECT's latest treatment offers a skin-tightening solution, sans scalpel.
“Microneedling with radio frequency can treat a wide variety of skin concerns including lines and wrinkles, skin laxity and crepiness, enlarged pores, rosacea, acne and acne scarring, skin texture and tone,” explains Gabrielle Garritano (PA), founder and CEO of Bridgehampton and Manhattan beauty bar JECT. “This revolutionary device treats all skin types, anytime of year with minimal to no downtime.”
Potenza, the world’s first radio frequency microneedling system that combines monopolar and bipolar radio frequency in a single device, is the newest offering at JECT sure to get you glowing in no time. While radio frequency microneedling is not new, Potenza takes it to the next level, using four different radio frequency modes. Ultrafine needles help trigger the body’s natural healing process, resulting in the regeneration of new collagen and elastin. “We are one of the only practices in New York and the Hamptons with this device,” Devon Nagelberg, co-founder and head of brand explains. “This microneedling treatment with radio frequency and dermal infusion properties penetrates deep into the skin to trigger the body’s natural healing process, revitalizing collagen and elastin production, creating tighter, smoother, more even-toned skin,” says Garritano. “This revolutionary Cynosure Potenza technology is good for all skin types, any time of the year with minimal to no downtime.”
JECT offers glow-getting locations in Bridgehampton, the West Village, the Upper East Side and soon Westchester.
The result? Firmer skin, reduced fine lines, improved overall skin texture with smaller pores and diminished scars, and an overall more youthful appearance. Most people will see full benefits 12 weeks after treatment, and, typically, a series of three to four treatments spaced six weeks apart is recommended for best results. Nagelberg also notes the beauty bar is buzzing with other treatments to get you looking and feeling your best for fall. “Injectable wrinkle reducers, like Botox, and dermal fillers remain our most popular treatments by far, but as we move from summer into fall/winter, skincare treatments always tick up in popularity,” she says. “Now is the perfect time to reverse any sun damage we may have done over the summer. A series of IPL treatments (intense pulsed light) or a series of peels are great for combatting hyperpigmentation.”
“We have always been open year-round in Bridgehampton and will continue to do so this year,” Nagelberg says. “We have built an incredible community and following in the Hamptons, especially as so many people have migrated out East more full time with the pandemic. We also have locations in the West Village, Upper East Side and will be opening in Westchester County (Rye) in the fall.” 2414 Main St., Bridgehampton
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