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Radio Frequency Skin Tightening

Non surgical skin tightening

  • 30 min
  • 60 US dollars
  • Washington Boulevard

Service Description

Lift, Firm, Sculpt, and Shape Your Body! Radio Frequency (RF) therapy, also called radio frequency skin tightening, is a nonsurgical method of tightening and toning your skin while shaping and contouring your body. RF therapy may also help fight sun damage due to its ability stimulate the production of collagen. The procedure involves using energy waves to heat the deep layer of your skin known as your dermis. This heat stimulates the production of collagen and elastin. Collagen is the most common protein in your body. It creates the framework of your skin and gives your skin its firmness. As you age, your cells produce less collagen, which leads to sagging skin and wrinkles. RF waves heat the deep layer of your skin to between 122 and 167°F (50–75°C). Studies have found that maintaining a temperature over 115°F (46°C) for over 3 minutes causes your body to release heat-shock proteins. These proteins stimulate your body to create new collagen fibers. The procedure normally takes about 30-45 minutes per area of concern, and is virtually painless. Potential Benefits of RF Skin Tightening: Body Contouring Face Contouring Reducing Wrinkles & Fine Lines Face Slimming Fighting Sun Damage Potential Side Effects of RF Skin Tightening: Temporary swelling, redness, tingling RF Skin Tightening can be done every three days or twice a week. The maximum treatments someone can get in one year are 20 for the body and 6 for the face. You cannot receive skin tightening if you have any metal in the area of focus. You must book a free mandatory intake call prior to your scheduled treatment.


Cancellation Policy

We do not accept cancellations accept on a case by case basis. To reschedule you must call or email 48 hours prior to your scheduled appointment


Contact Details

  • 27 Gems Spa & Boutique, Washington Boulevard, Baltimore, MD, USA

    4436982327

    27gemsbaltimore@gmail.com


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