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We meet Lanie, who had the Evoke procedure performed on her face, and says she was shocked with the results and loved how simple the whole process was. She went once a week for 6 weeks and tells us after 3 or 4 visits she saw the difference. Lanie says she was "thrilled" with her appearance after just 6 treatments.
Nurse Charmaine Arnaud from the Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center explains the treatment uses a hands-free device that is placed on the patient. The shape of the device -- which can be used on the face and the body -- is customizable and the length of the treatment can be extended to address areas of concern.
The treatment will cost anywhere from $2000 to $3000 for 4 treatments.