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RF [Radiofrequency treatment] (Part II)

Cellulite is an abnormalities of the body in the thighs, abdomen, hips, and arm that are formed by the accumulation of fat under the skin. These irregularities in the skin make it look like orange peel.

Treatment of cellulite by RF

Cellulite

There are different ways to treat cellulite, including creams and natural remedies. RF is one of the best ways to treat cellulite.

RF (Radiofrequency) waves enhances collagen production and affects adipocytes. As a result, it tightens the skin and reduces cellulite.

Radio-frequency waves can penetrate deep into the skin and affect the upper and lower layers of the skin. This will stretch and improve the underlying structural tissues of the skin.

Cellulite

The heat of Radio-frequency waves stimulate the production of collagen in the skin layers and effectively decrease the cellulite and lipids by tightening the skin tissue.

The waves can break the fat cell membrane and then the broken fat exit from the treated area through the liver and urine.

Pros of RF treatments

  • Eliminate and reduce cellulite
  • Slimming and eliminating topical abdominal fat, flanks, buttocks, shoulders and thighs
  • Reduce total body fat contents
  • Smoothing the skin
  • Reduction and disappearance of labor-induced lines
  • Skin softening
Cellulite
  • Forming the body
  • Eliminate and reduce cellulite
  • Topical slimming and eliminating topical abdominal fat, flanks, buttocks, shoulders and thighs
  • Reduce total body fat
  • Reduction and disappearance of labor-induced lines
  • Skin softening and smoothing
  • Forming the body
  • Treatment for laxity and drooping of the skin
Cellulite

Cons of RF treatment

There are no specific disadvantages to this method. But after treatment, may be some redness and inflammation are seen on the skin that will disappear after some hours.

Do you need a recovery period after RF treatment?

RF is a safe method and you do not need rest after it and you can return to your work. So there is no recovering period for it.

Cellulite

How many sessions you need for RF therapy?

The number of sessions needed to treat cellulite varies depending on the type of skin and the amount of cellulite.

The persistence of the results?

After cellulite treatment sessions, the persistence of the results varies from one to three years and it depends on the diet, physical activity and genetics.

Reference: NCBI

Collected by: Dr. Sara Bakhshaei

 

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