How does radiofrequency tighten the skin?
Radiofrequency energy (RF) is used to tighten the skin by targeting the epidermis or the inner layer of the skin. This heat generates heat which results in the production of new collagen.
Fibroplasia is also triggered by this procedure. This is when the body creates new fibrous tissue and stimulates collagen production. The collagen fibers become shorter and denser. The collagen molecules are not affected by this procedure. The skin’s elasticity is increased and the loose, sagging skin gets tightened.
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The effects radiofrequency has on skin tightening
The heat generated by RF causes targeted, controlled damage to the skin’s structures. The best results are achieved by heating the skin to approximately 152 degrees Farenheit. This causes collagen and elastin to undergo degradation. They are able to unravel, causing the collagen matrix immediately shrink and contract. To give you a younger appearance, the skin tightens and lifts.
Your body will enter a healing mode while you wait, just like it would after sustaining a cut to the skin or any other injury. The skin’s deepest layers are home to Fibroblast cells, which produce new collagen and elastin. This process is called dermal remodeling.
- Enhance skin’s elasticity
- Remove lines and wrinkles
- Firm tissues and tighten
- Increase skin’s texture and volume