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Thermal Radio Frequency - Skin Tightening
 

Thermal Radio Frequency is a procedure that uses radio wave frequencies to heat down to the deepest layers of the skin. The heat shrinks fat cells, tightens the skin and stimulates collagen production, all of which result in a smoother, firmer appearance to the outer layer of the skin. TRF is completely non-invasive, safe for all skin tones with no downtime for recovery. Results may last up to one year.

 

Results:

 

·       Cellulite reduction

·       Body contouring

·       Stimulate collagen production

·       Skin tightening and lifting

·       Wrinkle removal

·       Improve sagging of neck

·       Promote healthy skin texture

·       Tightens skin due to rapid weight loss

 

Thermal Radio Frequency (TRF) may be applied on its own or in conjunction with the Ultrasonic Fat Cavitation treatment. It enhances the efficacy of UFC treatments by tightening the skin after fat cells have been broken down and flushed from the body. 


 
FAQ:

Q. Is Thermal Radio Frequency safe?

A. Yes. The treatment is non-invasive and requires no downtime for recovery.

 

Q. Are treatments painful?

A. Treatments are non-invasive and cause no pain. You may, however, experience a slight tingling sensation at the point of application.

 

Q. How often should I have TRF treatments?
A. Depending on your goals, we suggest you receive treatments once a week to up to 3-4 weeks in-between. Your skin will continue to improve up to two years after treatment. 

Q. How to make treatments more successful?
A. It is highly suggested to follow up your Radio Frequency treatments with LED light . It will help with inflammation, promote collagen growth, decrease redness and improve the overall health of your skin. 




Uma Clinic is a holistic wellness center located in the upper Fremont district of Seattle. 

We look forward to being a part of your wellness team.

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