Pulse radiofrequency

Pulse radiofrequency (PRF) is a non-invasive procedure used for skin tightening and rejuvenation. It's a form of radiofrequency (RF) therapy that delivers controlled energy pulses into the deeper layers of the skin.

How does it work?

The controlled heating using RF energy stimulates collagen production, tightens the skin, and promotes rejuvenation.

How Is Pulse Radiofrequency Performed?

During a pulse RF treatment, a handheld device with an applicator is used to deliver the RF energy to the targeted areas of the skin. The pulses of RF energy heat the skin's underlying layers, stimulating the production of new collagen

Frequently Asked Questions

This is an ideal facial treatment for skin tightening. When the collagen molecules are heated to a temperature of 60°C to 62°C, the collagen cross-links change and cause the immediate contraction of skin fibres. The skin becomes smooth by promoting new collagen formation. This results in skin rejuvenation and firm and visibly lifts skin. Relaxing, comfortable treatment.
Most patients report minimal discomfort during PRF treatment. However, some may experience a warming sensation or mild stinging sensation during the procedure. Your healthcare provider can provide options for managing any discomfort.
PRF treatment is a non-invasive procedure, so there is typically minimal downtime. Most patients can resume their normal activities immediately after treatment. However, some redness or swelling at the treatment site may occur, but it usually resolves within a few days.
The results of PRF treatment can vary from person to person, but many patients experience long-lasting results. To maintain the benefits of PRF treatment, some individuals may choose to undergo periodic maintenance sessions.
PRF treatment is suitable for individuals who are looking to improve the appearance of their skin without undergoing surgery. It is generally safe for all skin types and tones.
While PRF treatment is considered safe for most individuals, some potential side effects may occur, including temporary redness, swelling, or mild discomfort at the treatment site. These side effects typically resolve on their own within a few days. Rarely, more severe side effects such as burns or changes in skin pigmentation may occur.

Consult Your Skin Today At Skinlab Spa

Results and benefits of the treatment can differ depending on factors such as individual skin condition and the tailored treatment plan. It's crucial to consult with our specialists to assess whether the treatment aligns with your specific needs and expectations.
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