Radio Frequency Face
Hampton Hill, Richmond, Twickenham & Teddington
Radio frequency skin tightening is perfect for those looking to regain the appearance and look of firmer, tighter looking skin on the face, neck and décolletage without the need for surgery. This electrical facial treatment can be used on its own, or in combination with other procedures, to produce a visibly smoother and more radiant looking complexion. Ideal for around the eyes, jowls, sagging necks, undefined jawlines, sun damaged décolletage and more.
The Good Skin Company provides a thorough after-care service and is on hand to help you should you have any concerns.
*Exclusively at our Hampton Hill Clinic
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Radio Frequency Skin Tightening?
Radio frequency skin tightening is an electrical facial treatment used to improve the appearance of lines and wrinkles as well as tighten slack and sagging skin.
How does Radio Frequency Skin Tightening work?
The treatment uses radio frequency waves to target both superficial tissue and also deep subcutaneous tissue in one single application. The combination of these two radio frequency waves causes collagen to contract and realign which ultimately results in more defined looking facial contours.
How long does Radio Frequency Skin Tightening last?
We would recommend a course of radio frequency skin tightening treatments in order to maintain any results however results can be seen after just one session which is why we often recommend this facial pre-party or pre-event.
Will Radio Frequency Skin Tightening be painful?
No. Patients will experience a heat sensation as the radio frequency is applied, which can feel quite pleasant. Skin may appear red post treatment but this should subside within a few hours.
Are there any risks involved with Radio Frequency Skin Tightening?
Radio frequency skin tightening carries very few risks as it is non-invasive. Your practitioner will fully discuss with you any risks and aftercare recommendations at your initial consultation.