Radio Frequency


Skin Tightening

The method utilizes radio frequency waves which is basically heat energy meant for tissue remodeling and production of elastin and new collagen.

Unlike invasive procedures which primarily affect the most superficial layers of the skin, the resulting heat of the Radio frequency treatment works mainly on the deepest layer of the skin, the dermis, without affecting the upper layers that are above it such as the epidermis.

As heat is a stimulation that promotes contraction of the underlying tissues, especially at the dermis level, soft tissues found within that area of the body compress, realign, and even produce new collagen, a process that normally takes many months to complete.

With healthy new collagen present from the deepest level of the skin, exposing such soft tissues to further Radio frequency waves help sculpt and tighten those tissues into a more youthful and elastic surface.


Skin Tightening Radio Frequency procedure is recommended for both younger people who want to reduce the first sign of wrinkles and flabby skin or older patients hoping to reverse existing damage. If you are unhappy with the signs of age you are showing as time goes by.


Skin Tightening Radio Frequency tightens the skin and reduces saggy skin. It achieves this by applying heat to the tissue underneath the skin on the face, neck and body, which then tightens and contracts any loose or flabby skin. This heat provides a simple, pain-free and quick nonsurgical option to remove loose, saggy skin

Benefits of Radio frequency Treatment

 Diminishes or Removes Cellulite

 Reduction of Body Fats

 Tightening of the Skin

 Post-operative Liposuction Smoothing

 Contour Reshaping

Minimal discomfort

May be used for all skin types

A non-invasive technique that can tighten facial or body skin

7300 W McNab Rd Tamarac, FL 33321 Suite 111

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954 -588 -2557 

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Temporary Hours until January 2021
Sunday & Monday CLOSED
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Tuesday and Friday 2:00pm-6:00pm
Wednesday and Thursday 3:00pm-6:00pm