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Vacuum Radiofrequency Treatment
How Radiofrequency therapy for skin tightening works:
Radiofrequency is considered a safe and non-invasive method for treating cutaneous sagging and for improvement of the body and facial contours. The effects of radiofrequency are based on the volumetric heating of the deep dermis, heating the collagen and elastic fibers. The heat generated by the radiofrequency leads to the contraction of collagen, improving the skin’s firmness and elasticity. Furthermore, the heating induces the activation of fibroblasts, leading to neocollagenization (altered in diameter, thickness and frequency), with subsequent tissue remodeling.
The electrical current produced by RF can reach deeper tissues, generating energy and strong heat due to the resistance present in the dermis and subcutaneous tissue.
When heated, the collagen fibers denature and contract, resulting in the retraction of tissue.
As the immediate contraction of the collagen fibers takes place with their shrinking, the formation of new fibers is stimulated (late neocollagenesis), increasing their efficiency in sustaining the skin.
Of all techniques based on the heating of the tissues,
RF appears to be the most established and clinically proven, with the advantage of reaching the skin in its depth, due to the fact that even the hypodermis can be affected. Therefore, Dermatology uses RF in a non-ablative way, promoting increased elasticity of tissues rich in collagen.
In aesthetic treatments, RF acts through its high-frequency current, which generates heat by conversion, deeply affecting tissular layers and promoting oxygenation, nutrition and vasodilation of the tissues;
it acts by denaturing collagen fibers, resulting in their shortening and leading to the contraction of the redundant conjunctive tissue. When passing through the tissues, the current generates a slight friction (resistance of the tissues to the flow of RF), producing an increase in the local temperature. 2 At the cellular level, the energy penetrates in the epidermis, dermis and hypodermis, also reaching muscle cells. It is worth to note that the RF’s penetration depth is an inverse function of its frequency.
Several studies suggest RF as the gold standard noninvasive treatment leading to the retraction of the skin, demonstrating that the preservation of the skin’s integrity minimizes the recovery and the risk of complications
Histological studies have evidenced the contraction of collagen fibers after treatment with RF, which led to a contraction in the tissue due to a mediate thermal stimulus, inducing the production of new collagen.
A number of studies monitored the action of the RF generated heat in the induction of collagen contraction, collagenesis and elastogenesis, with the resulting remodeling taking place during the treatment and for months after the application.
The reduction of fat is explained by the fact that, in addition to inducing collagen remodeling, the effects of RF heat also improve blood circulation. As a result, devices that use this source of energy produce electrothermal effects in the skin and subcutaneous tissue, which makes RF also indicated in all degenerative processes involving a reduction or delay of metabolism, irrigation and nutrition.
The method causes vasodilation and increased irrigation beneath the treated area, as well as oxygenation and nutrition of the tissue.
With the increased circulation, a nutritional gain of oxygen, nutrients and trace elements takes place in the tissue. There is also an improvement in the cell residues (toxins and free radicals) drainage system.
These effects provide the opportunity to enhance the quality of adipocytes, causing homeostatic lipolysis and production of better quality elastic fibers.
When the body detects a temperature higher than the physiological level, capillary vessels open, causing vasodilation. In turn, this improves the tissular trophism and reabsorption of excess intercellular fluid, increasing blood circulation. The heating effect also leads to an improvement in the microcirculation, resulting in the increase of blood flow to adipose tissues, which in turn causes an increase in the metabolism of the latter, homogenizing the subdermal fat and increasing the elasticity of the skin.
In theory, therefore, RF technology can be used not only in the reduction of sagging, but also in the reduction of body circumferences. Franco et al. demonstrated that a ten-minute thermal exposure to 43°C resulted in adipocyte cell death.
Clinical studies have also demonstrated the effectiveness of RF in reducing localized fat and body contours, especially when combined with massage mechanisms or other technologies.
The use of better protocols and the combining RF with other technologies seem to be the future of the use of RF in dermatology
The combination of RF and vacuum has been evaluated as safe and effective in several studies.
In general, the vacuum mechanism makes an additional contribution to the penetration of the RF’s energy in the skin.
A histologic study of an area treated with RF associated to vacuum showed a decrease in the atrophy of collagen and an increase in the interstitial edema, indicating an improvement in dermal trophism.
due to its direct effect on the microcirculation, providing improved lymphatic drainage and increased lipolysis. Due to its action on the microcirculation, these devices are often used to treat cellulite. Although the therapeutic results of these technologies are apparently long-lasting, periodic applications are required to keep the achieved clinical outcomes.
RF waves heat the deep layer of your skin ,maintaining the appropriate temperature for over 3 minutes causes your body to release heat-shock proteins. These proteins stimulate your body to create new collagen fibers.
This procedure also triggers fibroplasia, the process in which the body forms new fibrous tissue and stimulates the production of collagen, causing collagen fibers to become shorter and more tense. At the same time, the molecules that make up collagen are left undamaged. Skin elasticity increases and loose, sagging skin is tightened.
We Combine Radiofrequency and Vacuum together for best results!
Vacuum RF Therapy is one of the best therapies used to tackle the hard-to-shift, dimpled fat that is often found on thighs, knees, buttocks, stomach and the tops of arms.
A vacuum is created around the area, lifting the cellulite away from the muscle, thus encouraging blood flow, stimulating lymphatic drainage and amplifying the effects of massage or exercise.
It offers an effective solution For Skin Laxity, Cellulite , Body Fat.
What is a typical treatment like?
It is relatively painless, relaxing and you may experience a gentle warming heat with a comfortable massage.
What can be done to maximize results?
Before & Aftercare Advice for Best Results:
Drink at least 3 liters of water daily
Try to Avoid Alcohol. Alcohol can prevent your liver from working properly to remove fats as it will make alcohol metabolism its priority before fat removal so it could affect your results.
Try to avoid Caffeine
Try to avoid Salt in your diet.
Stimulation of circulation
Scar and stretch mark flattening
Toning & Firming
€65 Full Belly including Sides (35' treatment)
€50 buttocks (30' treatment)
€120 thighs (1h treatment)
€50 Inner - Outer Arms (30' treatment)
Full Body : €230 (€55 discount, 2h:30' treatment)
Package Offers with prepayment.
€390 Full Belly including Sides for 8 treatments (€ 130 discount)
€300 buttocks for 8 treatments (€100 discount)
€720 thighs (240 discount)
€300 Inner - Outer Arms for 8 treatments (€100 discount)
Full Body €1,380 8 treatments (330 discount)
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