It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the amount of anti-ageing products on the market, with such a wide variety of methods promising the same life-changing results. Dig deeper into their claims, and you’re often faced with scientific jargon that only causes further confusion. Not this time. Here’s your guide to radiofrequency, made simple, so you can weigh up the pros and cons before deciding if it’s the best fit for you.
Radiofrequency is a type of energy, just like lasers or LEDs. It works by generating heat as it’s delivered into the skin to stimulate collagen within the dermal layer. Our collagen levels deplete as we age, basically meaning our skin loses its elasticity – so when we give these levels a boost, this process reverses, resulting in firmer, tighter and smoother looking skin.
While lasers and light-based systems emit light sources, radiofrequency produces an electrical current. This minimises tissue damage but still penetrates to the deeper layers of the skin for noticeable, lasting results. It’s also worth mentioning that the changes it makes within the skin are 100% natural. Collagen production is a process already happening within our bodies – radiofrequency simply increases the rate at which it takes place.
Not sure if it’s suitable for your skin type? Its low impact on the skin’s tissue makes radiofrequency just as effective on all skin types and colours, without any worry about causing damage or heightened pigmentation. Treatments are, however, adjustable to your personal goals.
ENDYMED professional treatments utilise 3DEEP Skin Science, which is the world’s most advanced form of radiofrequency because of the level of control it entails. There are a number of specialist handpieces which are used to generate phase-controlled energy in tune with the individual’s skin ageing concerns.
Treatments vary in levels of intensity, so whether you’re looking for a completely pain-free treatment with no down time (for skin tightening and lifting) or a high-intensity treatment for deep wrinkles, more advanced ageing and sun damage, there will be an ENDYMED treatment to suit you.
To discuss how these treatments could work for your skin in greater details, just book a no obligation consultation at an ENDYMED clinic near you.
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