RF Treatments: Skin Tightening – Anti Aging

Radio Frequency (RF) laser technology is a safe and relaxing technology that stimulates the underlying structure of the skin, causing it to tighten and produce more collagen, which is what gives skin its youthful appearance.

What RF Laser Technology Means for YOU

  • painless, pleasant treatments
  • shorter treatment duration
  • fewer treatment sessions needed
  • long-lasting RESULTS without surgery or downtime

How RF Laser Technology Works

RF treats the delicate areas:  This advanced technology enables treatment of fine lines and the very delicate areas of the face (around the lips and eyes) without causing damage or pain.

Skin tightening and collagen regeneration: As the elastic fibers of the skin (collagen and elastin) are heated, they contract. Literally, the collagen strands are pulled closer together resulting in immediately tightened skin. The deep heating process accelerates the fat cell metabolism and ultimately, over the full treatment course, enables collagen regeneration. Wow! Just think, you can look as young as you feel in a matter of weeks – without surgery and without breaking the bank.

Fat reduction: When fat cells are heated, the metabolism accelerates and the fat cells shrink. Heating also forces fat cells to secrete fatty acids (liquid fat), which are eliminated through the blood and lymph system. The exciting results are (drum-roll, please) fat and circumference reduction and minimized cellulite appearance! Who doesn’t want that?

TriPollar RF is clinically proven and safe treatment for:

The anti-aging, skin tightening procedure is painless and pleasant. There is no down time – you can have a treatment on your lunch hour and go back to work. RF skin tightening is a viable alternative to invasive plastic surgery.

Call us for a complimentary consultation to determine if anti-aging aesthetics is right for you, 256-533-4700.

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