When it comes to achieving weight loss goals, excess skin can be a major issue. After all of their hard work, people are often disappointed to find that their skin is loose and unwieldy. Exercise and a healthy diet are crucial in achieving and maintaining weight loss, but these methods cannot restore lost skin laxity.
The same is true for facial skin. Tight, toned skin gives a youthful, fresh appearance, but as we age, our skin becomes looser and saggier. The result is a tired, aged face, even when a person has enjoyed a full-night’s rest. It can be very frustrating and upsetting, especially if you are making smart lifestyle choices and doing everything you can to stay healthy and fit.
Enter Exilis. Exilis has taken a major leap forward with radio frequency for body contouring, skin laxity and skin tightening. It is the newest non-surgical method for body-shaping and reduction of targeted fatty deposits on the face and body.
Exilis RF is the new facial “pick me up.” Exilis not only treats the deepest layers of skin for lifting it also rejuvenates the upper layers of the dermis, for fewer wrinkles and better skin tone. This is perfect for patients who want to target problematic areas of the face and neck, quickly, with minimal downtime Exilis can also be paired with other rejuvenating treatments, such as Sculptra® Aesthetic, to not only tighten skin, but add volume. It is a popular treatment celebrities are using now before an event or photo shoot.
Exilis can tighten skin and reduce fatty deposits simultaneously. This is the perfect solution for challenging areas such as the neck, arms, tummy, bra line, hips or any area plagued by a small pocket of fat and loose skin. By changing certain parameters on the Exilis’ body hand piece, a reduction in the appearance of fatty areas can be achieved. Exilis can also help with cellulite, giving a temporary reduction in its appearance especially when combined with Endermologie treatments.
Four treatment sessions, lasting about 30 minutes, are scheduled seven to ten days apart. Results can last for up to six months. A consultation is required to discuss expectations and see if the patient is a good candidate. Hydration and exercise are important to incorporate with treatments, so be sure to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle, and be sure to drink plenty of water throughout the day.
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