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Radio-Frequency Energy — How It Can Prevent Aging

Updated: Feb 23, 2019

Radio Frequency, as known as RF, energy refers to the repetitiveness of electronic currents or voltages. There are many uses for this type of treatment but the main reason for use is skin tightening. According to the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery, “RF has the capacity to produce heat—and while each brand-name application uses a slightly different technology, all work by heating the skin’s deeper layers to induce new collagen and elastin production and encourage cell turnover, helping skin become firmer, thicker and more youthful-looking.”

There are many treatments at Total Body Aesthetics that use this kind of therapy, Thermal Lift, Cellulite Removal, Face Lift and Butt Lifts all use this kind of treatment.

At Total Body Aesthetics, Thermal-Lift Radio Frequency uses radio frequency energy to heat tissue and stimulate the production of sub-dermal collagen production in order to reduce the appearance of fine lines and loose skin and the reduction of pore size. This technology induces tissue remodeling and the production of new collagen and elastin to provide the epidermis with a more supple and youthful appearance and provides an alternative to surgical skin tightening.

Radio Frequency Skin Tightening is a simple procedure to perform.

It works great in conjunction with Ultrasonic Fat Cavitation as well. It can be used on the entire body. It is also known as the "Non-Surgical Face Lift."


- Totally Painless Facelift Procedure

- Last Up To One Year

- Replaces Painful Fillers & Injections

- Perfect For All Ethnicities & Skin Tones

- Treats All Five Layers of The Skin

- Builds Up Your Skin’s Collagen & Elastin

- Replaces Invasive Surgical Face Lifts

- No Down Time

- Instant Results Anywhere on Your Body

- Increases Skin Elasticity & Tone

If you believe that you would benefit from noninvasive treatments, please visit for more details. Tel: 1-(833)-665-(BODY)2639

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