Radio Frequency FAQ

Radio Frequency Skin Tightening Science

Even with a healthy lifestyle and good genes, the effects of ageing are inevitable. Ageing can cause our skin to wrinkle and lose its youthful complexion. Some people opt for surgery to fix this. However, surgery can result in some hazardous impediments, including blood clots and nerve damage. Fortunately for you, we have an effective, safe and non-invasive Radio Frequency Skin Tightening treatment that yields effective results, tightening the skin and making it look and feel healthy with no downtime and minimal risks.

The effectiveness of Radio Frequency Skin Tightening has been well documented in independent research journals, and we encourage our patients to research the procedures as well as reading the information we provide on the site. This gives our patients peace of mind as it facilitates an unbiased opinion of the procedures we offer.

Radio Frequency Skin Tightening Science

As people become aware of the complications related to cosmetic surgery, it is no surprise that radio frequency science is generating legitimate interest. This intelligent approach has the potential to safely and painlessly combat the effects of ageing with the use of electromagnetic radiation. A frequency between 3-300Ghz penetrates the epidermis and heats the dermis to around 40 degrees.

In response, the collagen fibres contract and regrow, effectively thickening and leading to immediate results. Additional collagen fibres synthesis occurs due to the healing process of the skin, induced by the heat. Over time this will continue, gradually improving the quality of your skin*.

*VIVO Clinic cannot guarantee specific results.

Skin Tightening Science Explained

The simple but highly technical procedure also works on sagging skin and can be used for facial rejuvenation. With no aftercare or downtime, radio frequency is the future, gradually replacing anti-wrinkle and dermal injections, as well as cosmetic surgery.

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