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RF (Radio Frequency)

RF lifting is a safe procedure that lasts up to 6 months (thereafter touch ups are required to be done if necessary). The RF lifting procedure can be done on almost any part of the body, even the head (for baldness solutions).
RF lifting can be done on the following parts of the body; Face; lifting of the cheeks, neck and facial skin (this is a non-operational lifting technique option – an alternative to Botox). This treatment noticeably removes wrinkles around the eyes, mouth and nose, decreases a double chin and helps with the overall formation of a tight facial skin. RF lifting encourages the production of collagen and elastin in your skin. The skin’s aging procedure is slowed down which results in less wrinkles appearing over the years. The color of your skin is also improved – it becomes bright and radiant. RF lifting can be done both on women and men after the age of 35.

The Calorie Burner Bed

This is a Thermo-Procedure which operates with an infra-red blanket that has become popular due it’s high rate of effectiveness. This infra-red blanket works by eliminating your body’s liquids.
This process will also warm and give relief to painful joints. After each procedure, you can lose up to 500ml of liquids, which consist of un-needed toxins. This treatment also rejuvenates your capillaries which improve your bloods’ circulation, fights cellulite and improves your over all look (looking radiant and healthy).

The infra-red beams shine through your skin with a depth of 4cm – reaching the fat layer below. This treatment can assist the toning of muscles.

Treatment Length: 10-15 Treatment Sessions

Recommendations before the treatment: Drink more water to aid the body fluid / toxins removal process.

Contradictions: The following patients should not consider laser or infra-red treatments;

Those who have a blood disease.
Those who have infections.
Women who are pregnant.
Women who are currently breast feeding.
Those who have had a recent operation.