Our skin gradually loses its elasticity, youthful look and starts to sag, even if we live in a healthy lifestyle with minimal sun exposure. Aging, cumulative sun exposure, weight fluctuation and multiple pregnancies are all factors that affect the strength and elasticity of the collagen fibers in our skin, causing the wrinkles and lose sagging skin.
Then, is there any "non-surgically" way to tighten skin at home? Of course it is! It has been proven that skin laxity can be improved by employing novel non-invasive energy-based technologies. Radio frequency (RF) is an advanced technology that safely heats the collagen in the dermis of skin. If sufficient energy is delivered, the collagen will contract, providing an immediate change in skin appearance.
RF treatments are used to heat up and tighten tissues to increase the flow of blood and to break down fat and cellulite by using radio frequency devices. The radio frequency energy breaks down fatty cells without damaging the skin. With deep heating of the fatty layers, RF treatment boosts blood circulation and tightens the skin tissues by breaking down fatty deposits. This drains out from the lymphatic system thereby resulting in reduced appearance of cellulite.
This process stimulates collagen production which improves skin elasticity. RF treatment is used to reduce the extra fat on hips, stomach and thighs and even to tighten saggy skin caused by pregnancy or weight loss.
RF has two major advantages over other technologies: It penetrates deeper into the skin and not affected by skin color.
Who Should Use It?
People who are unhappy with their sagging cheeks, neck and jowls and want to get rid of cellulite and fats from certain parts of their bodies without surgical treatments are the best candidates for radio frequency slimming treatment. Because this treatment isn’t associated with any adverse side-effects, pretty much anyone of any age and gender can use it.
Who Should Avoid It?
People who should avoid this treatment are namely pregnant women and people who are prone to skin infection in the area to be treated. In addition, people with metal implants or pace-makers should avoid this treatment because radio frequency waves may interfere with these devices.
The improvement in skin quality should be long lasting. However, maintaining the results of, for example, body contouring or body tightening treatments, is also subject to a person’s calorie intake, exercise and lifestyle. So, a balanced diet, proper exercise program and healthy lifestyle will help to maintain the desired treatment effects.
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