Radiofrequency (RF) energy is used to treat mild to moderate sagging of facial tissue: forehead, under the eyes, mid-face, jaw line, and neck and also body areas: stomach, quads, back of thighs, gluts, upper arms.
Radio frequency heats the dermal tissue causing a tightening of existing collagen and promoting new collagen growth. You’ll see the lifting effect almost immediately and your skin will become tighter and smoother.
Avoid doing anything that will irritate your skin like sunbathing.
Be sure to discuss with your practitioner what results you can expect and what results you are hoping to achieve, as well as how many treatments may be required to achieve your goals.
A medical history should be taken and you may be asked to sign a consent form that you have discussed and understand the benefits and potential for any risks to having the treatment. Photographs may also be taken for a "before and after" comparison.
A treatment a gel is applied to act as a barrier between your skin and the device handpiece. Once completed a soothing lotion may be applied to your skin.
Some people experience mild redness immediately following treatment which will disappear quickly and normal activities may be resumed immediately after treatment.
Post treatment your skin will feel tighter, with more tightening improvements appearing the more treatments you have.
Best results are typically seen after 6 to 10 treatments (depending on the areas treated and your skins reaction to the treatment) with a maintenance treatment every six months thereafter.
Contra-indicated: people with pacemakers or metal implants cannot be treated because RF current flowing through the body may interfere with these devices or heat up metal implants, which could be dangerous.