Thermage Malaysia

Thermage is an effective and safe skin tightening treatment that improves skin elasticity and minimizes the appearance of sagging skin around the face, eyes, and neck.

 

This non-invasive procedure uses unique monopolar (RF) radiofrequency technology to gently heat the collagen-rich, deeper skin layers, revealing younger, tighter, and smoother skin. The results of Thermage may last up to 1-2 years and keep improving for up to six months with minimal to zero downtime.

 

What’s Thermage?

 

Thermage is the first (RF) radiofrequency technology that minimizes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on your face and body. It also helps to reduce the appearance of cellulite. The innovative treatment allows for deeper penetration through the skin to heat subcutaneous tissue and fat and dermal tissue.

 

As you get older, your body’s collagen that keeps your skin firm breaks down, causing fine lines and wrinkles to appear. The non-surgical Thermage technology directs heat to certain areas of your skin to restart the body’s natural collagen regeneration process for skin that looks younger without surgery. Existing collagen is repaired, and new collagen formation is encouraged when heat is administered to the skin’s deeper layers, improving the look of sagging or loose skin.

 

How Does Thermage Work?

 

Thermage begins by placing a grid on your skin, which directs the handpiece’s application to a particular region of the skin. Radiofrequency radiation heats the treatment regions and penetrates deep into the skin’s tissue to modify the skin’s existing collagen and encourage the generation of new collagen for overall younger-looking skin. The machine’s pulses offer personalized radiofrequency to each square inch of the treated area, then proceeded by a double cryogen cooling effect.

 

What Are the Benefits of Thermage?

 

Here are a few reasons why this cosmetic procedure has received so much worldwide fame:

 

It Works Together With Your Body’s Collagen Production Process

 

Thermage is a non-surgical procedure that tightens the skin by increasing the synthesis of collagen. The heat from the radiofrequency waves breaks down existing collagen, allowing your body to replace it with new collagen that is stronger and healthier.

 

It Can Treat The Skin’s Deeper Layers

 

Radiofrequency waves can enter the skin without causing damage to the outer layer. These can penetrate the skin’s deeper layers, increasing collagen production for weeks following the procedure.

 

It Has Few Negative Effects And Requires Little Downtime

 

You won’t have to worry about extreme redness, flaking, blistering, or scabbing since Thermage doesn’t damage the skin’s surface. After the treatment, your skin may feel warm and red, but this will go away quickly.

 

Who Is A Good Candidate For Thermage?

 

Thermage can help with a variety of skin issues. The following people are the best candidates for the procedure:

 

  • Between the ages of 30 and 65
  • People who are showing aging signs.
  • Those who have sagging skin in the forehead, neck zone, or eyelids..
  • People who have loose skin around the jawline or cheeks.
  • Anyone who wants a more subtle change and a faster recovery period than a surgical facelift is an excellent candidate.

 

Men and women who have had prior facelifts may use the treatment to ‘touch up’ and preserve their appearance. It’s also a fantastic option for patients who aren’t good candidates for surgical facelifts.

 

Is One Session Enough?

 

Many people have one Thermage session, followed by maintenance treatments every 6-12 months.

 

How Often Does One Need To Do Thermage Treatment?

 

Thermage as technology has advanced significantly in recent years. Immediate tightness may be seen after the treatment. The procedure’s heat energy significantly boosts collagen regeneration over the following six months.

 

Although it is a one-time treatment, depending on the laxity of the patients’ skin and their age, it may be repeated in 1 to 2 years. As people age, they need more regular Thermage treatments to preserve their results.

 

What To Expect During The Thermage Treatment?

 

Each skin tightening procedure lasts between 1-2 hours, and the whole process is with minimal pain from start to finish because there is no need for an incision or injection. 

 

A combination of moderate vibrations and slight cooling effects are used throughout the process to ensure that patients are as comfortable as possible. Numbing cream could help in making it more convenient. Using the right power settings and procedures, you’d be delighted to see a more glowing and younger-looking you after the Thermage treatment.

 

FAQ

 

  • When Will I Be Able To See Thermage Results, And How Long Will They Last?

Thermage effects are seen in just one session. Based on clinical research, results improve over the next 4 to 6 months and may last up to one year.

Individual results might differ based on skin condition, genetics, age, nutrition, and lifestyle.

  • What Is The Thermage Procedure? 

Thermage is a non-surgical, non-invasive skin treatment. It begins by applying a grid that directs treating a particular skin region.

The innovative and cutting-edge Thermage device tip is put on your skin. Radiofrequency radiation penetrates deep to heat parts of the skin, tightening collagen and stimulating collagen formation for younger-looking skin.

  • How Long Does The Thermage Procedure Take?

It takes around 90 minutes for a Thermage treatment on the whole face.

  • Is Thermage A Painful Experience?

Thermage is a well-tolerated procedure and is with minimal pain. Once the Thermage machine contacts the skin, you’ll feel the heat, then a cooling sensation with a slight vibration will follow. During the Thermage procedure, you might feel a slight stinging and tingling.

The temperature is observed and changed throughout the therapy to maintain the patient’s comfort while fulfilling the best outcomes possible.

  • Is Thermage Available Without Downtime?

There’s minimal to zero downtime using the Thermage treatment. Minimal swelling, slight bruising, or mild redness might occur in some individuals. However, this often fades within one day of the procedure.

After the Thermage treatment, patients may typically return to their regular day-to-day routine immediately.

  • What Are The Thermage Risks And Side Effects?

There are only a few side effects and risks associated with this treatment because Thermage doesn’t affect the skin’s outer layers. It also doesn’t involve surgery, so it greatly reduces the risk of infections.

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