The youth passes. In place of a tight and elastic skin, wrinkles come that do not please the eye. Every woman would probably sacrifice a lot to stay young forever. Remember at least the film”Death to her face.” But life is not a film. Everything goes on as usual. Women are getting old. The skin becomes thin and flabby, there are pigmented spots. How to deal with this? Lie down under the knife? Do I need a facelift? This is dangerous and not always effective. The quality of operations in many cases leaves much to be desired.
Progressive medicine achievements have allowed to replace invasive skin rejuvenation with radiolift. Radiolifting or photorejuvenation is today the leader in the field of non-surgical facelift, as well as other problem areas of the body-neck, decollete area. What is the principle of the action of radio wave lifting?
Radio waves are a kind of electromagnetic waves of a certain frequency that penetrate the skin. The lower the frequency of the wave, the deeper it penetrates into the skin. The energy of the wave in the form of regulated heat penetrates into the depths of collagen fibers and causes them to contract, thereby removing excess skin.
This technique allows delaying surgical intervention for several years. As a rule, radiolifting is recommended for women aged 35 to 40 years, with age-related changes in skin that are not pronounced. This procedure makes the skin more elastic, smoothes out small and some large wrinkles, and also tightens the face oval.
This technique has a significant number of advantages:
1. Painlessness. If during the operation excess pieces of skin are simply cut off, the integrity of the body is disrupted, the patient is under the influence of anesthesia, then after radioliffing the body remains unchanged, and the structure of the skin is improved by stimulating collagen fibers.
2. Lack of rehabilitation period. Complications, healing of scars can be forgotten. No additional procedures after radiolifting are required.
3. Long lasting effect. problems with aging of the skin go to the background for 1.5-2 years, and in some cases the effect persists to 5 years. After radiolifting, the skin looks natural, not taut, the facial features do not change.
4. Unlike peelings, after which one can not be in the sun, radiolifting can be carried out at any time of the year.
True, this procedure has a number of drawbacks:
1. Contraindications exist:
– malignant tumors;
– diseases of the circulatory system;
– heart failure;
– inflammatory processes in the acute stage.
2. Photorejuvenation does not work after the first session. It is necessary to repeat the procedure 5-6 times to achieve a visible effect. The interval between the procedures should be about two weeks. That is, the result can be seen within six months after the completion of the course.
3. It is dangerous to conduct radiolifting to patients who have stitched electronic devices, since radio waves can lead to malfunctions of such equipment. Also, do not use this procedure for people who have metal implants. In the process, they can heat up, causing pain, and in extreme cases even deform.
The most important advantage of radiolift over all other methods of skin rejuvenation is that the effect is achieved not through the introduction of some alien elements into the body, but by stimulating your own skin resources. This allows us to talk about the absence of withdrawal syndrome – the return of the skin to its original state.