Radio Frequency technology is a minimally-invasive technique that uses radio frequency heat for rapid removal of skin irregularities.
HOW DOES RADIO FREQUENCY WORK?
Our Registered nurse will use a small probe to deliver both low and high frequency current to the skin imperfection. The probe will instantly dehydrate the lesion clearing it up in as little as one session!
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF RADIO FREQUENCY?
Radio frequency is very precise and doesn’t damage the healthy skin close to the treatment area. Listed below are the skin imperfections that can be treated with this procedure:
• Telangiectasia / Dilated Capillaries
These are tiny veins that appear as red or bluish tangles just beneath the skin usually seen on the cheeks and around the nose.
Tiny hard white bumps beneath the skin that cannot be extracted manually.
• Skin Tags
Small, skin colored growths that hang off the skin look similar to warts. They appear in skin folds, typically around the neck, armpits, beneath the breasts, or in the genital region.
• Cholesterol Deposits
Yellowish-white soft lumps of fatty material accumulated under the skin on the inner parts of your upper and lower eyelids.
• Cherry Angioma
A common benign vascular growth that is red, raised and looks like a red mole found on any part of the body.
IS THIS TREATMENT PAINFUL?
There’s a quick, minimal discomfort, a brief sting that only lasts a few seconds as each lesion is vaporized.
HOW LONG DOES THE TREATMENT TAKE?
This all depends on what skin condition we are treating. Most treatments are about 15 to 20 minutes. You will be able to see improvement immediately.
HOW MANY TREATMENTS ARE NEEDED?
This all depends on what skin condition we are treating. If we are treating skin tags it typically requires only one treatment and the results are instantaneous. If we are treating multiple broken capillaries on the face it can take up to three treatments.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT AFTER TREATMENT?
There’s no recovery time, and you can return to your usual schedule right after the session. You may experience some mild irritation, redness, and crusting on the treated areas.