Chat With Women Makeover: Pam’s 4th Viora Reaction Treatment

Today marked Pam’s (from Chat With Women) fourth Viora Reaction treatment during her SkinSpirit makeover. She’s been in the caring hands of Meaghan at our University Village location since June.

Viora Reaction is a body contouring and skin tightening treatment. As we age, the fibers in our skin tend to get a bit laxed. Viora Reaction focuses on retightening those fibers, giving the skin an all-over tightening effect. The treatment works by stimulating the water molecules in the skin, which help rebuild the collagen and elastin, causing the skin to tighten over a series of treatments.

During Pam’s makeover, Meaghan has been focusing on her arms, stomach and the front of her legs. Typically after the fourth treatment of Viora Reaction, clients will start to see the gradual tightening of their skin in the areas that have been treated. For Pam’s makeover treatment plan, Meaghan recommended a series of 6 Viora Reaction treatments to give her the skin tightening results she desires in her treated areas.

Here’s a short video where Meaghan goes into detail about what Viora Reaction is and what it does for the skin. Pam also talks about her experience with Viora so far and what she’s most excited for the most with this treatment.

Keep checking back in with our blog to watch the progress of Pam and Rochelle, from Chat With Women, as they go through their SkinSpirit makeovers and then reveal their big transformation at their “Big Reveal” party at our University Village location this Fall. Stay tuned for more details and updates.

You can catch Pam and Rochelle live on the air every Tuesday through Thursday from 8:00AM to 9:00AM, PST on 1150 AM KKNW or from 12:00PM to 1:00PM on 880 AM KIXI. You can also listen to the show streamed live here: http://1150kknw.com/listen/

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