Radio frequency tightening
The non-ablative radiofrequency procedure is commonly used for the treatment of skin laxity due to an increase in tissue temperature. The main physiological effects observed in published studies were the contraction of collagen (short-term effect) and the stimulation of collagen synthesis through the tissue repair process (long-term effect). Non-invasive and safe for the skin or general health.
The treatment includes thorough cleaning, targeted serum or gels, and enhancing massage.