20 Jul RADIO FREQUENCY (RF) FACIAL
What is radiofrequency, and how does it work?
Radiofrequency is a nonsurgical skin tightening method using energy to heat skin with the purpose of stimulating collagen production. The immediate results can be impressive. A single session will likely leave you with a noticeably firmer and lifted appearance, with the skin around the nasolabial folds and jawline looking especially taught and fresh. It’s great for softening fine lines especially the nose to mouth lines, as well as lifting the cheeks and tightening the jawline.
Who is best suited to radiofrequency?
Radiofrequency facials are recommended to anyone experiencing loss of firmness and dullness in their skin. As well as a collagen production, it also boosts oxygen levels in the skin, so its great for general radiance. However, anyone with metal places should sit it out, as well as anyone who is pregnant or people with issues when skin sensation is altered such as diabetes.
How many sessions are recommended?
A single session of radiofrequency can deliver great results. But for deeper, long-term results, a course of four-to-six sessions spaced between seven and 10 days apart is recommended.