Loose or sagging skin can make even the most confident person self-conscious, whether caused simply by age or sudden weight loss. One way to treat this condition is using Radiofrequency energy (RF), which penetrates deep into the skin to affect the deeper epidermis and subcutaneous fat layers. This causes tightening of the skin and an improvement in the structure of underlying tissue, without damaging or changing the texture of skin.
This treatment can be applied to any skin type by our experienced doctors; Dr Tapan Patel specifically has a special interest in treating patients of colour.Book consultation
Radiofrequency can be used on the face to treat the forehead in order to lift the brows and tighten skin; under eyes to thicken skin, tighten and lift upper cheek skin; cheeks to lift as well as reduce large pores; jawline to reduce jowls and tighten sagging skin; neck to tighten skin and reduce wrinkles; and on the mid-face. Other uses include to tauten the stomach, thighs, legs, and arms.
This method of body contouring is proven to work with minimal downtime and results noticeable around three months after treatment.
Book a no obligation consultation with one of our highly trained and experienced clinicians at PHI Clinic today to find out whether a Radiofrequency treatment is right for you.
Conditions treated with Radio-Frequency
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
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
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.
To find out the best treatment for you, book a no obligat...Read on Book consultation
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