Radiofrequency treatment is an innovative treatment that stimulates the production of collagen in the skin of the face and body. This therapy uses high-frequency electromagnetic waves to penetrate the dermal layers, heating the tissues and activating cell regeneration. Collagen, essential for skin firmness and elasticity, increases its production in response to the thermal stimulus. Gradually visible results make the skin smoother, reducing wrinkles and sagging.

Who is a good candidate?

Individuals seeking to improve skin firmness and elasticity on the face and body are good candidates for radiofrequency treatment. This non-invasive method is ideal for those with mild signs of aging, such as shallow wrinkles and sagging.

Recovery process

Recovery after radiofrequency treatment is generally smooth and quick. Temporary redness and slight swelling may be experienced, which subsides within hours. The daily routine can be resumed immediately, avoiding makeup for a few hours. Moisturizing and sun protection are essential to optimize results and regeneration of the treated skin.


No anesthesia is required. If requested by the patient, topical anesthesia can be used.

Frequently Asked Questions

01. How many sessions do I need to see results?
Generally, 4 to 6 sessions are recommended for noticeable results.
02. Is radiofrequency treatment painful?
In general, the procedure is tolerable. You may feel a warm sensation or slight tingling, but it is not usually painful.
03. When will I see the results, and how long will they last?
Results can be gradual and are noticeable in the weeks and months following treatment. Duration varies depending on individual response and aftercare.
04. Can it be combined with other treatments?
Yes, radiofrequency can sometimes be combined with other aesthetic procedures to maximize results.
05. What areas of the body can be treated with radiofrequency?
Radiofrequency treatment can be used on the face, neck, abdomen, arms, thighs, and other areas with loss of firmness.


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