BTL Exilis is a non-surgical option to help tighten slight skin sagging. Using radio frequency and ultrasound, the Exilis heats the affected area to stimulate fat lipolysis (fat cells breaking down) and helps to tighten the skin. The pulses deliver help to reduce the volume of fat cells and accelerate collagen production, in order to firm the skin and improve the skin’s texture.
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Exilis heats tissue to address deep and fine wrinkles, jowls, and sagging skin, and can be used on both face and body as it has two handpieces. The treatment and healing process promotes collagen production, which tightens up loose skin, leaving you with a more youthful look.
It is expected that the weight loss industry will be worth a whopping £220 billion by 2017 (source: The Metro). It is one of the largest industries worldwide, as many battle with diet plans and strict exercise regimes. Sometimes, even when the weight is shifted, dieters are left with sagging skin, and cellulite is still visible. It can be very disheartening for those who have achieved so much, to not see their desired result when they look in the mirror. This is where skin tightening treatments come in; cellulite, for example, impacts 80% of women over 20. It is not just those who are overweight who suffer with it, and it is not always something that can be cured with exercise alone.
Conditions treated with BTL Exilis
Fat thighs are a problem that affect many people, with both men and women being self-conscious due to excess fatty tissue. This fat can be caused or worsened by a variety of factors, and is regarded as an area of stubborn fat, that can be difficult to lose.
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Sagging skin along the lower jawline is commonly referred to as jowls, particularly skin that hangs or sinks below the jaw itself. Jowls can be caused by a variety of factors; natural ageing, genetics, sun damage, weight loss, and smoking being just a few. Generally, jowls begin to appear as we hit our 40s, but some people can experience sagging cheek skin from their 20s onwar...Read on Book consultation
Loose skin can be a problem for anyone, and is a source of anguish for many; skin all over the body can sag and appear loose, depending on the cause of the issue.
Loose skin is natural part of ageing and includes the breakdown of collagen and elastin in the skin that leaves it less plump and firm.
Weight gain/fluctuating weight – skin stretches as you gain weight, and if you...Read on Book consultation
Love handles (also called muffin tops) are deposits of excess fat at the waist, often called stubborn fatty deposits, due to physiology; there are more fat cells in this region than in others.
When you eat more calories than you burn the excess are stored by the body in fat cells, and become the subcutaneous fatty deposits that are a source of contention for so many peop...Read on Book consultation
Sagging neck skin can be a cause of concern for many people, increasing self-consciousness and reducing confidence. As a natural part of the ageing process, loose skin on the neck can be worsened by factors like genetics, weight change, UV exposure, and gravity, which can all affect the severity of a sagging neck.
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Saggy skin can occur anywhere on the body, and is a source of contention for many people who suffer from it. Skin sags naturally over time due to muscles that support skin weakening as we age. This is known as an intrinsic (or natural) cause, as collagen and elastin production in the skin reduce, as well as this, genetics can play a role, as you may be predisposed to carry fat ...Read on Book consultation
Bingo wings are areas of flesh under the tricep on the upper arm that wobble, that are noticeable when the arms are raised and shaken. They can lead to self-consciousness and lack of confidence as people worry about their appearance. When weight is lost quickly, the skin is not given time to shrink back to its previous size, leaving stretched flesh that sags.
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Frequently Asked Questions
On average, our patients will have 6-8 sessions of Exilis to see the desired result. It is advised that patients have treatment every 1-2 weeks.
Exilis is used to treat small areas of loose skin, ideal for those who wish to firm and tighten the skin.
Our Nurses and aestheticians perform this treatment, and are highly trained on working with the majority of our devices. All clinicians are fully trained by both Dr Tapan, and the respective companies.
Most areas of the body and face can be treated. The most popular areas are the stomach and thighs. The length of a session is determined by the area of the body being treated, and can be between 30 and 60 minutes.
There is no downtime associated with this treatment. Patients may expect a warm sensation during treatment, but this will not persist.
Side effects include redness and heat related swelling.
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