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RF Skin Tightening Treatment in Nagpur, Maharashtra

The natural ageing process causes the skin to become drab, slack, flabby, dry, and unevenly toned over time. The skin’s naturally occurring collagen and elastin fibres (as well as the hyaluronic acid that keeps the skin well-hydrated) are diminished in quantity, and their quality is also declining. As a result, the skin is less elastic and firm. The consequence is a creepy, drooping, or wrinkled appearance of the skin on the face, hands, and neck. There are several anti-aging procedures that are known to reverse the effects of ageing and restore the young appearance of the skin.

The anti-aging specialists at Twacha Aesthetic Clinic Skin provide the non-surgical RF Skin Tightening Treatment that helps one to achieve a smooth and youthful looking skin without any downtime or incision.

RF Skin Tightening Treatment - Twacha aesthetic nagpur maharashtra

Why is RF skin tightening treatment popular?

The non-surgical radiofrequency (RF) skin tightening procedure is carried out by a skilled cosmetic dermatologist at Twacha Skin. In this process, radio waves are used to heat the skin and stimulate the skin to produce collagen and elastin. The dermis of the skin is heated, which also accelerates cell turnover and gradually thickens and firms the skin.

It is a popular, safe, and effective treatment carried out for aged skin of any body part, especially, the face and neck as well as to tighten loose skin around the upper arms or belly. Some skin professionals may recommend this treatment for body sculpting, face contouring, and face slimming. It is an FDA-cleared procedure for smoothening of wrinkles but can also combat mild to moderate sun-damaged skin.

How does radiofrequency work for skin tightening?

  • A radio wave is a low-energy type of radiation that emits electromagnetic waves as it releases its energy. The water (a polar molecule) that is present in the deeper skin layer is the target of this vibrating energy (dermis). The water molecule seeks to mimic the movement of the vibrating energy as it comes into touch with it and warms up as a result, warming the tissues close by. Collagen, a skin protein that builds the skin’s structural framework, is accompanied by water molecules, which warms them to temperatures between 50 and 75 °C and results in their denaturation.
  • The skin’s surface is typically 45°C at that time. Over a period of three minutes, keeping the skin at this temperature triggers the body to release heat shock proteins, which can encourage the production of collagen. The collagen strands become destroyed as a result, and the body naturally produces new collagen to make the skin seem smoother and tighter.

What happens during the RF skin tightening procedure?

  • A skin specialist at Twacha Skin, an anti-aging clinic, uses an RF device during treatment to transmit alternating currents from the tip of the electrode to the skin’s dermal tissues at a frequency of between 0.3 and 10MHz. All skin types and colours benefit from the treatment because at this frequency, the current skips over the melanin pigment found in the epidermis of the skin.
  • The overall procedure takes about 30 to 90 minutes to be completed, depending upon the size of the area to be treated.

What to expect after the treatment?

Following treatment, the patient can experience some redness or have a feeling of sore or tender skin within the first 24 hours. These symptoms subside pretty quickly. Rarely, people report blisters or pain from the treatment.

Most people are satisfied with their new appearance after just one treatment, while some may need to have it done again. The patient can see immediate improvements in the appearance of their skin, but more dramatic effects take longer to show. Six months after treatment, the skin can start to tighten. There is no downtime or need for aftercare because there is no surgery involved in the therapy. After therapy, the patient is able to resume their regular daily activities.

While RF skin tightening’s effects don’t stay as long as those of any surgical anti-aging procedure, they do last for a very long period. After receiving treatment, dermatologists advise the patient to maintain appropriate skin care habits. Regular usage of sunscreen and specific skin care products may be very helpful to maintain the effects of this treatment for a long period. In general, the results of the procedure might endure for two to three years with regular skincare.

Benefits of Radiofrequency skin tightening

The skin’s outside look is unaffected since RF skin tightening treatment thermally damages the tissue beneath the epidermis. This is a relatively painless procedure that causes the patient very minor discomfort. Most people assess their level of pain as being between one and two. It is a well-liked procedure among many people who want to improve their appearance and raise their confidence without having to undergo surgery and a lengthy recuperation.

Which skin aging concerns can be addressed with RF treatment?

RF skin tightening treatment at Twacha Aesthetic Clinic Skin is known to treat the following skin concerns:

  1. For the periorbital area (eyelids):- It can help reduce the skin laxity on the eyelids by providing mild to moderate tightening of the skin. During the procedure, the eyes are kept protected from radio waves by covering them with special eyewear. In some cases, the area around the eyelids is numbed with local anesthesia.
  2. For cheeks:- The loose or sagging cheek skin can be tightened by radiofrequency therapy. This treatment can reduce the surface area of drooping skin below the cheeks i.e. the person’s jowls. Moreover, it can treat the smile or laugh lines (i.e. the nasolabial folds) present on either side of the nose.
  3. For eyebrows and forehead:- RF facial can tighten the forehead skin and elevate the eyebrows by pulling them back from the mid-pupillary line (i.e. the eye center), thereby giving an acute, natural angle to them.
  4. For neck:- The neck skin is thin as compared to most of the skin of other body parts. Hence, the radiofrequency device is operated at lower temperatures to tighten the sagging neck skin.
  5. For abdomen, thighs, and buttocks:- Post-pregnancy, most women experience skin laxity in the areas like thighs, abdomen, and buttocks. RF skin tightening can help in contouring these body parts.
  6. For knees and arms:- The loose or sagging skin of arms and knees can be tightened by this treatment. For arms, the patient may require multiple sessions to achieve a noticeable improvement in skin appearance. In the case of knees, the skin is thin and highly sensitive. It is composed of a lower amount of sebaceous glands. Hence, the area must be treated only by an experienced dermatologist.

Is RF skin tightening safe?

In many of the gadgets we use every day, including WiFi signals, microwave ovens, TVs, and radios, radiofrequency is one of the subcategories of the electromagnetic spectrum. However, the skin-tightening RF radiation used is on the slower end of the spectrum, at 450kHz. A billion times slower than X-rays and 100 million times slower than visible light, respectively, is this energy.

Potential burns brought on by skin exposure to high doses of radiofrequency are the greatest concern linked with radiofrequency. The skin is exposed to radiofrequency during non-surgical RF treatment, which is different from microwave, cell phones, or any type of radar equipment because it is highly controlled. Additionally, because professional dermatologists employ suitable settings, there is no risk of skin burns during treatment.

Consult a dermatologist at Twacha Aesthetic Clinic Skin if you’re considering RF skin tightening to find out if the procedure is right for you. The dermatologist will go through your health history, present condition, and the potential outcomes of the procedure with you.

Make an appointment at Twacha Aesthetic Clinic Skin with the top skin experts to get the price of RF skin tightening.

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