Dermal fillers

How does it work?

Radiofrequency waves are used to produce heat in the deep layers of the skin, rising the temperature to 40 – 45degrees.  This stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, which form the underlying structure of the skin, tightening and lifting it from within. You may have some mild redness after the treatment but otherwise you can continue with normal activities. Six treatments at weekly intervals are required for best results.

What does the treatment feel like?

A small amount of glycerin is applied to the area that is being treated, then a small round nozzle emfitting radiofrequency waves is moved over your skin, gradually heating up the area. When the right temperature is reached, it is maintained for a few minutes. It feels pleasantly warm for most of the treatment and only towards the end of the treatment does the skin start to feel a little hot.

Am I suitable for treatment?

Radiofrequency is suitable for everyone as long as you are generally healthy and don’t have any skin conditions or infections, don’t have a pacemaker, or are pregnant or breastfeeding.

I've been having Botox and fillers for 4 years now and I'm delighted with the smoother more youthful look I now have but then I noticed that my neck was started to age and not look as good as the rest of my face. I was recommended a course of 6 treatments of radiofrequency to tighten the neck skin. I've only had 2 so far but I can already see the effects and the treatment was actually nice and relaxing. I can't wait to see the final result

Alison Woodward

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