Multiple treatments may be necessary to achieve desired results. Please get an assessment before purchasing.
Thermage is a proven, non-invasive radiofrequency therapy that can help improve the appearance of sagging or loose skin, giving you a smoother, sleeker and younger look and feel. Thermage first pioneered the non-invasive treatment of wrinkles using radiofrequency energy over ten years ago, and to date physicians in over 2300 practices and 80 countries have treated patients. That's more than 1 million treatments for women and men of all ethnicities, each with their own reasons for wanting to look and feel younger.
Thermage works in just one treatment with little down time and delivers a natural looking result. It’s you, just younger looking and more confident. Thermage is for when you want to tackle the effects of aging on your skin. You want to look younger and you want real results but don’t want the overly drastic change or extended downtime that comes with surgery. Thermage treatments are customized to your needs, and typically require minimal recovery time. Thermage fits into any lifestyle and your current beauty regimen.
Thermage is effective on:
- The Eyes – hooding, fine lines and even our brow line can make us look worn-down. Thermage treats the upper and lower eyelids to help you look more youthful and rested
- The Face – as we age, phrases like “turkey neck”, loose jowls, sagging skin and “what happened to my jawline?” creep in. Thermage smooths lines and wrinkles and remodels collagen for the overall health of the skin
- The Body – aging doesn’t just affect the skin on our faces, our bodies see the effects too, with crepey, sagging skin and unwanted bulges and dimples. Thermage is a non-invasive way to smooth the skin on our bodies and even temporarily improve the appearance of cellulite
|Treatment Type||Skin Tightening and Toning|
|Treatment Problem or Condition||Fine Lines, Sagging/Loose Skin, Wrinkles|
|Skin Type||Aging Skin|
Results vary with each patient. Most patients are satisfied following a single treatment, but in some cases a series of treatments may be required to achieve desired results.