Thermalift Skin Tightening uses energy to Stimulates collagen and elastin production ,but the heat energy is electrical rather than light based.
How does Thermalift Skin Tightening work?
The skin is exposed to targeted heat in the form of radiofrequency (RF), it accelerates the production of collagen—which is the main structural protein in your skin and connective tissue.Think of collagen as the ultimate anti-aging formula: it helps support the skin, making it firm and supple.
As we age, collagen reserves naturally decline, resulting in less firmness. Conversely, increasing collagen production creates tighter, more youthful skin
.Radiofrequency can be delivered in a variety of ways, though it is most often administered via a handheld device that is placed over the skin to target mild laxity and sagging.
How many sessions do I need to see results?A typical treatment course consists of 6 -10 treatments. once every 7 days . Followed by a maintenance session once every 4-8 weeks
Can Thermalift Skin Tightening damage the skin?
Since RF energy produces an electrical current instead of a light source like lasers, tissue damage can be minimized, and epidermal melanin is not targeted or typically damaged. Therefore, RF energies can be used for patients of all skin types and colors.
Which areas of the body Thermalift can treat?
Thermalift can effectively treat the entire body depending on your skin concern.
Is Radio Frequency safe for the face?
Radiofrequency in FDA-cleared non-surgical tissue tightening is highly controlled for your safety. ... Clinical studies have demonstrated an excellent safety profile on RF procedures for skin tightening, whether it be facial skin tightening, or body contouring..
Currently, the most common uses of Thermalift are to noninvasively manage and treat skin tightening of lax skin (including sagging jowls, abdomen, thighs, and arms), as well as wrinkle reduction, cellulite improvement, and body contouring.
It is safe for all skin types and colors and there is NO DOWNTIME.