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Radiofrequency for Cellulite Treatment

Radiofrequency is currently the best available technology for non-invasive, non-surgical skin tightening and cellulite removal.

Radiofrequency treatments

Radiofrequency treatments are used in aesthetics as a way to deliver intense heat to tissues deeper than the epidermis (the outermost layer of the skin), with the aim to boost collagen production, circulation, and (optionally, depending on treatment depth) fat release from those tissues.

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What does radiofrequency help with?

The treatment gives you tight, rejuvenated, and invigorated skin on both the surface and in the deeper subcutaneous layers. The overall effect of the therapy is supported by the stimulation of collagen fibers, the “building blocks” of the skin. The better the condition of these fibers, the younger your skin will look.

The thinner fat layer, combined with a stronger more pronounced skin layer, leads to circumference reduction and improves the appearance of cellulite, resulting in smoother, firmer, and more radiant skin.

Radiofrequency sessions

After every treatment session, you will see a noticeable change in your skin’s appearance. With the completion of the full treatment, you will enjoy long-lasting body contouring and tightening.

When the treatment is finished, you can return to your daily activities. You might experience temporary redness, but this shouldn’t last longer than 24 hours.

Reduce the Appearance of Cellulite

Radiofrequency skin tightening can diminish the appearance of cellulite under your skin. Whether you realize it or not, your body’s muscles are wrapped inside a layer of fatty connective tissue.


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