As we age, our skin loses collagen, a protein that gives skin its firmness and elasticity. You will start to notice it becoming saggy and crinkly.
In addition, the onset of menopause and a sedentary lifestyle can lead to weight gain and an increase in body fat. With age, our insulating layer of fat (adipocytes) expands, causing the dermal layer of skin to deteriorate and sag. The upper eyelids will also droop, leading to wrinkles in the forehead as muscles contract to lift the eyelids to help improve vision. This is where INDIBA Radiofrequency treatment can help prevent age-associated skin sagging, and restore your skin’s health.
What does INDIBA Radiofrequency do?
Bio-stimulation Activates metabolism, collagen and fibroblasts
Microcirculation Boosts metabolism, blood flow and drainage
Hyper-activation Detoxifies tissues, eliminates fat and regenerates collagen
Overall, skin will receive better oxygen flow and experience less fluid retention, while deep fat cells are shrunk and toxins flushed.
How does it work?
The electromagnetic energy is delivered deep into the dermis and sub-dermis layers without damaging the skin’s surface layer. Skin tightens as collagen fibres contract. Following initial treatment, patients can immediately see results with facial lines becoming less visible. The face feels lifted and firmer, with a healthy glow. With successive treatments, the skin begins to produce more collagen, resulting in younger-looking skin over time. Optimal results are seen after several months as collagen regenerates and remodels itself.
Safe and non-invasive way to rejuvenate skin
The electromagnetic energy delivers a thermal effect, stimulating fat reduction (lipolysis). Stubborn fatty deposits are contoured to reshape the area. In the process, fats are removed from the cell and naturally excreted without disrupting normal cellular function. Unlike cosmetic surgery for unwanted fat, there is no breaking of the skin.
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