Saturday, 13 August 2011

Radio Frequency Slimming

Technology - Radio Frequency Slimming
Radio Frequency uses high frequency electric currents to produce heat which reaches below the skin and targets the fat. Energy is delivered to the deeper fat in zones and maintained to allow uniform heating of the deep fat. Increasing temperature of fat cells encourages the release of stored fat, that is it burns fat. Through application of RF, stubborn stored fat is liquified and passed out of the body. Temperature is kept below 42 degree Celsius to prevent cell damage. The heat is generated at a cellular level with no discomfort to the client at all.
RF can target stubborn areas for contouring. At the same time, skin in treated areas is tightened giving it a firm and smooth look.
RF is a painless and safe way to get the svelte figure you have always wanted. A recommended program lasts for 4-6 weeks, with at least 2 treatments per week. It is recommended to pair RF treatment with massages and wraps for maximum results.
Here are a few examples, how the RF treatment can help you get rid of those last problem areas:

Body Shaping: In this case the Radio Frequency Treatment acts as an advanced firming and slimming treatment that effectively combats fat cells, cellulite and "orange-peel" looks. It works best on areas such as stomach, thighs, buttocks, arms and neck. Very effective for diminishing stretch marks.
Face Shaping: Rejuvenating the skin and thus improving collagen production, this is the instant way to also eliminate wrinkles and relax facial muscles. It is quick and painless and strengthens the connective tissue of elastic fibers and collagen, thus improving collagen production and rejuvenating the skin. Anti-aging in person, so to speak, this process reverses aging up to 5 years and is truly age-defying.

1 comment:

  1. Radio frequency treatment are the latest discovery in medical science and cosmetic surgery. Their purpose is to rejuvenate the skin thereby reducing wrinkles, sagging skin, dullness, roughness and age spots.