Radiofrequency lifting is a non-invasive, highly efficient method for reducing fine lines and wrinkles, and tightening loose face, neck and décolletage skin. Radiotherapy promotes tissue regeneration, with a completely natural effect. It is one of the few methods that can be used to treat eyelids and the area around the eyes.
Radiofrequency lift, which is also used to treat facial scarring and hyperpigmentation, gives excellent and natural-looking results.
The method is based on skin’s natural self-healing mechanism. As skin has the capacity to self-regenerate after an injury, radiofrequency is used to cause micro-injuries, which triggers skin’s reparative mechanism and collagen hyperproduction, resulting in restored firmness and elasticity. It also stimulates microcirculation, thus releasing excess fluids and toxins from the skin.
The results are visible after a series of several treatments, and the lifting effect lasts up to 6 months.
The treatment is safe and pain-free and can be used on all skin types, throughout the year. This method owes its great popularity to the fact that it produces perfect results in a non-invasive, comfortable and painless manner, with no downtime.
It can be done two weeks after Botox or hyaluronic fillers. There are no side effects, except a temporary mild redness.
Radiofrequency lift is not painful, as a local anesthetic is an integral part of the procedure.
The recovery period lasts 7-10 days. You should refrain from sun exposure and using tanning beds during this time. Also, use products with high SPF when you need to be outdoors.
The number of treatments required to achieve optimal radiofrequency lift results depends on the type and condition of the skin, as well as the region and problems being treated. In order to achieve cumulative results, treatments are repeated at 2-week intervals.