Radio frequency skin tightening (RF) is an aesthetic

treatment that uses RF energy to heat tissue and stimulate subdermal collagen production in order to reduce the

appearance of fine lines and loose skin. The technique

induces tissue remodeling and production of new collagen

and elastin. The process provides an alternative to

facelift and other cosmetic surgeries. RF treatment also

causes apoptosis of fat cells, which leads to fat layer

reduction in the treated area.

By manipulating skin cooling during treatment, RF can

also be used for heating and reduction of fat. Currently, the

most common uses of RF-based devices are to noninvasively manage and treat skin tightening of lax skin (including sagging jowls, abdomen, thighs, and arms), as well as wrinkle reduction, cellulite improvement, and body contouring


 Post-operative Liposuction Smoothing

Not all who go through the process of liposuction always have a 100% smooth finish to the affected area. Others who did not end

up as so, notice bumps on the area where body fats are surgically removed, often a not-so-pretty sight in comparison to well-toned and proportional skin tissues, muscles, and some fats.

Although there are existing measures that address this issue

among post-operative liposuction patients, RF treatment can also be employed for a bout of non-surgical treatment for the issue of bulging and sagging skin

How ever Radiofrequency Treatment does have its Minor Side Effects

The RF treatment may be phenomenal for its ability to do its work without causing much harm on the process, but going through the treatment is not necessarily 100% risk-free.

  • redness on the skin
  • mild swelling
  • oversensitivity of treated area
  • and sinking