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Skin Tightening
for Body and Face with

Radio Frequency

Laser Facial Treatment

What is Radio Frequency?
Radio Frequency (RF) is a frequency between 0.3-10 MHz that allows for skin penetration that tightens and tones the skin. RF allows for the skin to reach the temperature of 38-40 degrees to stimulate existing collagen and elastin for more firmer and denser skin. In addition, new collage and elastin is promoted to produce with the generated heat allowing for greater aid in skin youthfulness. 

See improvements in the overall skin tone, texture and elasticity.
Common target areas but limited to for RF treatments are:

  • Around the eyes

  • Under the chin​ ("turkey neck")

  • Stomach

  • Neck (crepe-like skin)

  • Arms ("bat arms")

Target stubborn fat in hard to reach areas:

  • Under the chin (jawline) 

  • Underarm fat 

Features and Results

No Down time

  • May have rosiness

  • May apply makeup after


  • 8 sessions recommended

  • Once a week


  • Firmer skin

  • Smoother skin

  • Increased collagen

  • Reduced sagging

Treatment Time

  • 20-40 minutes based on treatment area

Radio Frequency Prices 


How should I prepare for Radio Frequency? (Pre care)

  • Avoid heavy sun exposure for a minimum of 1 week. This will help prevent skin irritation during the treatment as the procedure adds heat to the area. 

  • Avoid the use of retinols or other skin treatments that will affect the skin's tolerance to the radio frequency treatment. 


How do I care for my skin care Radio Frequency? (Post care)

  • Avoid any type of activity that may cause irritation to the skin (e.g., heavy sun exposure, retinols, strenuous exercise) 

  • Do apply sunscreen for the next 2 weeks 

  • Do apply a proper skin care regime for synergistic effects on the skin's regeneration

What are contraindications for Radio Frequency? 

Patients who should avoid Radio Frequency are those with the following: 

  • Metal implants to the skin or bones (e.g., pins or needles)

  • Skin diseases (confirm with doctor to proceed with treatment)

  • Skin lesions (wait to heal)

  • Rosacea prone skin (can be treated with other treatments)

  • Medication that increase inflammation to the skin (e.g., prednisone)

Contact your doctor for other contraindications before proceeding with Radio Frequency.

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