Radio Frequency Rejuvenation
The nonablative radiofrequency is a procedure commonly used for the treatment of skin laxity from an increase in tissue temperature. The goal is to induce thermal damage to thus stimulate neocollagenesis in deep layers of the skin and subcutaneous tissue.
-Clinical skin rejuvenation for tightening and lifting.
-Stimulate deep layer of dermis for the reduction of fine lines and wrinkles.
-Increase skin firmness and elasticity.
-Scientifically reduce ageing issues related to environmental stressors.
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