Radio Frequency Skin Tightening


Made to rejuvenate your skin*

Non-surgical Skin Tightening

After weight loss and/or pregnancy, it’s very common to get loose or sagging skin which can affect your body confidence. But you shouldn't need to go under the knife to get rid of excess skin! Our radio frequency skin tightening treatment is designed to improve skin laxity, which encourages your collagen cells to reform and grow.

Radio frequency skin tightening works by cooling the skin and stimulating collagen and the molecules that hold water. This should re-inflate the skin from the inside, which in turn could give your skin a tighter, smoother appearance.*

Summary

Treatment at a glance

Procedure Time

30 minutes - 1 hour

Back to work

Immediately

Anaesthetic

Yes

Full recovery

Immediately

Sensitivity period

1 - 2 days estimated

No. of treatments

Periodically

Results

6 months*

Results duration

1 - 3 years*

Potential risks

Skin sensitivity, reddening, swelling, numbness, fluid

*Disclaimer – Results may vary from person to person

In the news

Kylie Minogue is a fan of this revolutionary non-invasive treatment, and you should be too! The Daily Mail interviewed a friend of Kylie’s who stated the popstar ‘ is a big fan of non-invasive treatments, which means there is no down time – and no covering up with a balaclava for the next few days. [...] Collagen waves are utterly painless, and very relaxing, and afterwards her skin is glowing.*

Science

The science

Our radio frequency device uses your skin tissue's resistance, within the various layers of the skin, to transform the radio frequency energy given to the skin into thermal energy, allowing for ultimate collagen contraction and production of new collagen.*

Prices

Prices

£50

Per area

Any questions?

We are happy to answer any questions you may have. Just contact us using one of the options below.

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FAQ

FAQs

Am I right for this treatment?

People who have loose, wrinkled and saggy skin should consider using radio frequency treatments. Unlike plastic surgery and facelift procedures which are likely to affect you later, radio frequency is safe and is not associated with any major side effects.

However, pregnant women or those people prone to skin infections and allergies should avoid using radio frequency as a form of skin treatment. If you are unsure whether this treatment is right for you, speak to your GP.*

How many treatments do I need?

The amount of treatments depends on the areas we need to cover. Most skin tightening results will last one to three years on average. After initial treatment, procedures may need to be repeated periodically in order to maintain the benefits.*

Can I have this anywhere on my body?

Radio frequency skin tightening can target stubborn loose and sagging skin on the abdomen, flanks/side, thighs, back, buttocks, face and arms.* 

Is there any downtime?

No! You should be able to resume full activity immediately after treatment.*

Is it safe?

Radio frequency skin tightening is FDA cleared. Millions of treatments are performed each year, and it’s proven to be both safe and effective.* 

What are the side effects?

Immediately after the treatment, you may experience skin sensitivity, reddening, swelling, numbness and fluid at the treatment area(s).

When will I see results?

You may notice an immediate improvement in your skin, but your results should unfold over the course of two to six months. As the natural process of creating new collagen builds over time, your results should become more visible over the course of two to three months. You may see continued improvement and contouring for up to six months as new collagen is formed.*

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