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Radio Frequency Cavitation

What is Cavitation?

Cavitation is a technology that allows, thanks to low frequency ultrasonic waves, to produce microscopic bubbles in the water or interstitial fluid that surrounds the fat cells. This agitated water (as happens when we shake a bottle of champagne or champagne), causes the implosion or rupture of the cell membranes of the adipocytes or fat cells without altering the adjacent structures, respecting the integrity of the blood, lymphatic and nervous system.

Cavitation is a non-invasive technique (without surgery) to shape the body. Reduces body volume, eliminating cellulite and localized fat deposits in the abdomen, hips, thighs, knees, arms, calves and back. It achieves highly satisfactory results from the first sessions of treatment, as long as the patient follows the instructions and protocols designed for each particular case. The results can become permanent.

The fat goes from solid to liquid. These released fats will be metabolized and eliminated naturally by the human body through the lymphatic system, venous and finally filtered by the kidney and liver. To give greater precision to the treatment and to favor the desired result, cavitation will be complemented with radiofrequency treatment.



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What is Radio Frequency (RF)?

The RF is a technology capable of applying electromagnetic energy selectively to the deep dermis from the surface of the skin and thus be able to fight against flaccidity, body cellulite and promote the elimination of cavitated fat.

It can be bipolar or tripolar, in both cases an electric field is generated that changes from positive to negative, which causes a rotational movement of the organic molecules generating heat. When applying the energy on the skin, a resistance of our tissues to the passage of RF occurs. This resistance causes an internal elevation of tissue temperature to occur and thus the body responds in 2 different ways; with bipolar RF it generates deep heat and with the tripolar RF surface heat, which contracts the elastin and subdermal collagen fibers and thereby tightens the skin. In both cases the thermal elevation increases the blood flow in the treated area, providing more oxygen, dragging excessive liquids, toxins and in this case also the cavitated fat.

Dermapen treatment

The dermapen treatment is one of the most effective and newest skin rejuvenation methods, which can be used to gently tighten any surface of the face and body.  With the painless procedure, wrinkles can be dramatically reduced, sagging skin becomes tighter and more flexible, and many skin complaints can be effectively treated.  Its effect is not permanent, after a certain period of time repeated treatment is necessary.

What does dermapen treatment mean?

The dermaroller treatment (also known as collagen induction therapy) is very popular for the removal of wrinkles on the face and neck.  The dermapen treatment is an improved version of this, during which we use a device with a special treatment head on which there are tiny dermapen needles.  Collagen plays an important role in preserving the skin’s youth, but its production decreases with age.  The essence of the treatment is to activate the formation of collagen fibers in the skin.  The needles penetrating the appropriate layer of the skin cause micro-injuries, and the natural wound healing process increases the production of collagen and elastin, as a result of which the skin becomes tighter and more elastic.  On the other hand, in accordance with the purpose of the treatment, valuable active ingredients are introduced into the deeper layers of the skin through needle punctures.  For a lasting effect, we recommend a course-like treatment for patients.

Dermapen treatment

Who is the dermapen treatment recommended for?

– For anyone who wants to tighten their skin.
– For those who want to eliminate and fade deeper wrinkles and folds.
– Who wants to reduce wrinkles around the eyes and mouth.
– Those with minor skin defects, scars, pigment spots, stretch marks and large pore skin.
– Those whose skin has become saggy and flabby, for example, as a result of a large amount of weight loss.
– For anyone who wants to regain the youthful appearance of their skin without surgery.

The dermapen treatment is one of the most effective and newest skin rejuvenation methods, which can be used to gently tighten any surface of the face and body.  With the painless procedure, wrinkles can be dramatically reduced, sagging skin becomes tighter and more flexible, and many skin complaints can be effectively treated.  Its effect is not permanent, after a certain period of time repeated treatment is necessary.

Why is a dermapen better than a dermaroller?

The dermapen punctures 3-4 times as many holes in the skin as the dermaroller, so the treatment is more effective due to the larger number of micro-injuries.

Area of ​​application

The dermapen treatment can be recommended for face and skin rejuvenation (e.g. neck, décolletage), and can be used on any part of the face.  Pigment spots, acne, dilated pores, and scars on the skin of the face cause disturbing aesthetic problems for many, and these complaints can also be effectively treated with the dermapen.

Advantages of dermapen treatment

The treatment has many advantages, on the one hand, it helps to prevent and reverse the process of collagen loss.  On the other hand, it offers an effective solution to many dermatological complaints: it helps to get rid of annoying skin blemishes by making use of the body’s self-healing ability.

Another big advantage is that it is a completely personalized intervention, as the specially designed device allows for many adjustment methods, so by adjusting the treatment head, the strength of the treatment can be adjusted to the thickness of the patient’s skin.  Different needle lengths are optimal for different aesthetic problems, and by changing them, more precise treatment is possible.  Due to its small size, it can also be used in hard-to-reach areas.  It has no known side effects, and a spectacular improvement can be achieved with just one treatment.

What active ingredient do we use?

The effectiveness of the dermapen treatment can be increased if the active ingredient is delivered to the appropriate layer of the skin through the resulting micro-injuries. Serums have a high content of active ingredients and meet several purposes, for example, we use ampoules for revitalizing, firming, improving skin tone, and treating other skin problems.

Before the treatment, the skin surface is cleaned and disinfected. The dermapen needle treatment is carried out according to the sensitivity and thickness of the skin, it is not painful, and may cause a slight discomfort at the site of the needle punctures.  The active ingredient is introduced into the skin through micro-injuries.  At the end of the treatment, the treated area is treated with a skin-soothing cream.

Things to do after treatment

After the dermapen treatment, you may experience spot bleeding, redness, or peeling (depending on the length of the dermapen needle), but these symptoms disappear within a few days.  In the days following the treatment, it is recommended to use a high-factor sun protection cream, and it is advisable to avoid sunbathing, saunas, and hot baths.

When is the effect visible?

Already after the first treatment, due to the increased production of collagen, the skin becomes tighter, more flexible, with a velvety feel, and smaller wrinkles and furrows are smoothed out.  Pores are narrowed, stretch marks fade and minor skin blemishes disappear.  In general, depending on the nature of the problem, we recommend a course of treatment consisting of 3-5 sessions.

How long does the effect last?

Due to the higher water-holding capacity of the collagen produced, the skin will be fresher and younger, and the beneficial effect will last for months.  In order to maintain collagen production and build long-lasting fibers, repeated treatments are required (usually after 6 months).

Radio frequency treatment Radio frequency treatment is a proven method in the fight against skin aging, gently and effectively renews the skin, and is a well-established procedure for the treatment of sagging skin.  It can be recommended equally for the older age group for the treatment of the developed problems, and for the younger ones for the purpose of prevention.  On its own and in combination with other treatment techniques, spectacular results can be achieved in the field of facial rejuvenation.

Application of radio frequency

In the field of medicine, the use of radio frequency (RF) has a long history, based on the heat-generating effect of radio frequency waves absorbed in the body and stimulating the body to produce new connective tissue fibers.  Due to the improvement of the procedure and technology, it has now become an important part of cosmetic and medical aesthetic interventions.  Modern professional salon machines (without the introduction of active substances) are suitable for facial rejuvenation and skin tightening, the facial skin will have an even, radiant and youthful appearance.

What does radio frequency treatment (RF) mean?

Radiofrequency treatment is very popular in medical aesthetics, as the results are spectacular, with minimal pain and a quick recovery time.  Connective tissues are responsible for supporting the skin, so their strengthening is of great importance in restoring skin that has lost its elasticity and firmness and in the fight against wrinkles.  With targeted radio waves, favorable processes are initiated in the deeper layers of the skin by the generated heat – the skin’s natural collagen production can be increased.  Due to the regeneration of collagen, the aging process of the skin can be delayed, wrinkles fade, and loose, flabby skin becomes tighter.

The field of application of radio frequency treatment (RF)

The treated areas are the following: face, décolleté, upper arms, abdomen, thighs, buttocks

Small wrinkles on the face can be faded with radio frequency, and sagging in any part of the body can also be spectacularly treated.  The loss of skin support is also associated with aesthetic problems such as stretching of the skin (as a result of sudden weight gain and weight loss, or sagging associated with age, e.g. bursitis, waving skin on the upper arm).

Other field of application

– Cellulite treatment
– Toca removal

Who is the treatment recommended for?

It can be recommended for both older and younger age groups, although spectacular results can be seen in the case of already formed wrinkles.  At the age of 30-40, it is important for prevention and for stopping the initial aging process.  At the age of 40-50, it is effective in the treatment of already developed changes: to eliminate existing wrinkles, and later on it is supplemented by the treatment of sagging skin.

Why is preventive treatment important?

The production of collagen begins to decrease already in our 20s and 30s, and if the first wrinkles have already appeared, then this already indicates the weakening of the connective tissue.  But it affects not only the face, but also other parts of the body, but here it is much more noticeable due to the thinness of the skin.  With timely preventive radiofrequency treatments, the development of sagging skin can be significantly postponed.

Advantages of radio frequency treatment

Since it does not have a photosensitizing effect, it can be done safely all year round.  It can be well combined with other facial rejuvenation treatments.

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