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revitalize your skin with radiofrequency therapy:


The Ultimate Guide to Skin Tightening


Are you searching for a safe and effective way to tighten your skin without going under the knife?


Look no further than radiofrequency (RF) therapy, also known as radiofrequency skin tightening. This revolutionary nonsurgical procedure utilises energy waves to heat the deep layer of your skin, called the dermis, stimulating the production of collagen.


Collagen, the most abundant protein in your body, provides structure and firmness to your skin. Let's dive into the world of RF therapy, explore how it works, and uncover the remarkable benefits it can offer your skin.


Understanding the Magic Behind Radiofrequency Therapy




A true game-changer in the fight against sagging skin and signs of aging, RF therapy has been in use since 2001.

There are various types of RF systems available today, each employing similar technology to deliver remarkable results. Some popular options in the United States include Exilis, Profound RF, Thermage, and Thermi. Regardless of the system, the mechanism remains the same: RF waves gently heat the deep layer of your skin to a temperature range of 122 to 167°F (50–75°C).


Unleashing the Power of Collagen Production

Studies have shown that maintaining a temperature above 115°F (46°C) for over 3 minutes triggers the release of heat-shock proteins in your body. These proteins work as catalysts, stimulating the creation of new collagen fibers.


The entire RF therapy procedure usually takes less than an hour and is known to be nearly painless, allowing you to achieve remarkable skin tightening and rejuvenation without any downtime.


Unraveling the Mystery of Radiofrequency Waves

RF waves belong to the realm of radiation, which refers to the release of energy in the form of electromagnetic waves. While the term "radiation" may sound intimidating, it is crucial to note that RF waves are classified as low-energy radiation. In fact, the radiation emitted during RF skin tightening is approximately one billion times less powerful than X-rays. Everyday devices such as radio waves, WiFi, and even microwaves all fall under the category of RF waves.


Discovering the Astonishing Benefits of RF Therapy

RF therapy holds incredible potential for transforming your skin and combating the effects of sun damage. Prolonged exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays can break down and disorganize the collagen fibers in your skin. However, a 2011 study demonstrated significant improvements in a small group of individuals with mild to moderate sun damage after three months of RF treatment.

But the benefits don't stop there! RF therapy can also assist in body contouring by tightening loose skin and stimulating collagen production. In a 2017 study, 24 out of 25 participants who underwent 5 to 8 RF therapy sessions reported an improvement in their body shape, with 23 individuals expressing their satisfaction with the results.


When it comes to facial contouring, RF therapy combined with pulsed electromagnetic treatment has shown promising results. A small study found that all 11 participants experienced significant improvement in facial skin laxity, with 73 percent of them witnessing enhanced facial contours.

Additionally, RF therapy has been proven effective in reducing wrinkles and fine lines around the eyes.


A 2018 study involving 70 middle-aged women demonstrated a significant reduction in wrinkles after three treatments over six weeks.

Imagine achieving a slimmer face without resorting to surgery! RF therapy has the potential to slim your face nonsurgically. In a 2017 study on middle-aged Asian women, RF treatment resulted in a reduction in facial fat for over 90 percent of the participants. Notably, 60 percent expressed their satisfaction or high satisfaction with the outcome, with the only observed side effect being mild redness that subsided.


So if you have been thinking of giving RF a whirl, now would be a great time to let you know that Kelsey is currently offering this treatment HALF PRICE throughout June. Book in and have a free lconsultation today by clicking HERE

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