Skin Tightening

Treatments That Make Your Skin Look Tighter and Plumper

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Skin Tightening

What is Skin Tightening otherwise known as Thermal Radio Frequency (RF)

Radiofrequency (RF) skin tightening is a nonsurgical and noninvasive skin lift and anti-age treatment. While lasers work on the surface and fillers restore volume to that surface. Another approach to improving the appearance of your skin is below the surface, heat! Radiofrequency is waking up your cells underneath your skin thinking it is burning the skin but you do not feel that; this is just what your body thinks and this is where your skin will start to repair itself. Creating firmness and producing collagen that you start to lose at the age of 35 and up. Radiofrequency is safely introducing deep heat into the dermis of your skin with ultrasonic waves, creating new collagen tissue.

What Skin Tightening (RF) Will Do for You

  • Thermal RF works on all skin types
  • Hydrates the skin 100%
  • Elasticity is improved
  • Tightening sagging skin
  • Blood circulation improves
  • Firm and noticeably lifts the skin in the first treatment
  • The skin is plumed
  • Jawline and cheeks are sculpted
  • Eyebrows lifted
  • Face and body appears thinner and tighter
  • Under-eye is smoothed
  • Wrinkles and folds reduced
  • Reduces the lines on neck area
  • Sculpts on all areas of the body such as face, neck, arms, tummy, buttocks, legs, and knees
  • Stimulate the body to produce collagen quicker to replace fat loss
  • No downtime
  • Relaxing warm treatment

If you are interested in skin tightening for your face/neck or body, you will need approximately 6 to 12 treatments. Once you are happy with the result, you will need to maintain it approximately 1 to 2 times per year. You will see noticeable results within your first treatment. The total treatments depend on the client’s needs, age, and skin. If you have already been through menopause, then you will need (RF) maintenance 4 times per year vs 1 to 2 times because your body is not producing estrogen. Your own body response is a major factor in the resulting process.