Radio Frequency San Antonio, TX

Radio Frequency San Antonio, TX

Aging causes cells to produce less collagen leading to wrinkled and sagging skin. However, skin laxity does begin to occur about 35 -40 as a quantity of collagen breaks down.

 

Fine lines and wrinkles are signs of aging or photodamage. Ablative and non-ablative lasers used to be the go-to device for facial rejuvenation, but side effects and downtime limit laser use. Radiofrequency is non-nonablative technology originally used to target photodamage. RF uses an electric current than a light source to treat skin laxity, wrinkles, acne, scarring, and cellulite.

Radio Frequency San Antonio, TX, tightens skin in a non-invasive, non-surgical treatment. RF uses energy waves to heat the deep layer of your skin. The heat encourages collagen production, tightens skin, reduces wrinkles, and fights sun damage.

Radiofrequency penetrates to deeper levels of your skin, where it helps to improve tone and structure and lifts tissues. RF is considered safe for all skin colors and types and causes little damage and melanin changes. 

 

Many studies have shown favorable results for the aesthetic uses of RF, but many studies are still needed. Overall, RF is tolerable, safe, and effective for skin rejuvenation and cellulite treatment. RF produces results. RF can be considered as a complement to other aesthetic services.

 

Is Radiofrequency safe?

Radiofrequency or RF is very safe. The treatment utilizes highly controlled heat and is

FDA-cleared for non-surgical tissue tightening. No studies have shown that RF

will hurt your skin since the heat is highly controlled.

 

What are the side effects of RF?

Your skin will be lifted and tightened by RF technology without downtime or surgery.

When performed correctly, the procedure is quick and easy. You may see mild redness and temporary swelling, and tingling, but overall, RF technology is safe.

 

 RF treatments can be performed safely along with injectablesmicroneedling, or other minimally-invasive aesthetics treatments.