What is ENDYMED 3DEEP Radiofrequency?
Radiofrequency consists of the application of high-frequency electromagnetic waves which generate an electric field to change from positive to negative, causing a rotatory movement of molecules which generates heat on the skin resulting in a controlled heating of the skin layers.
- Formation of new collagen
- Lymphatic drainage
- Skin circulation and subcutaneous tissu
The 3DEEP technology is a new and revolutionary way to deliver energy to the deepest layers of the skin. Fibroblast migration.
Fibroblasts are cells which produce the collagen fibers and elastic fibers; over the time, some of the fibers which contain elastic disappear, so that the skin begins to show the known and undesired wrinkles.
The immediate effect of the radiofrequency application is the collagen retraction; after some successive sessions the restructuring of deep collagen and the formation of new fibers are achieved to replace those already aged, thus, providing more elasticity to tissues and obtaining smoother and healthier skin.
The final effect is reduction of wrinkles and epithelial flaccidity. The results are achieved in the very first month of treatment and they improve in the following months, although this will not depend on the collagen condition of every person.
What is ENDYMED 3DEEP Radiofrequency for?
- To improve the skin texture
- As face and body cutaneous tightener
- To tone the skin
- Thin wrinkles
- To prevent ageing
- To stimulate collagen and elastin
- To activate circulation and lymphatic drainage.
Who many sessions do I need?
It depends on the zone to be treated, in general for face and neck 8 sessions are required of which the first four should be performed on a weekly basis and the other four every 15 days.
For maintenance, one every three months would be ideal.
Are there any side effects?
- Pregnancy and Breastfeeding
- Metallic prosthesis, pacers and cardioverters
- Severe Cardiopathies
- Coagulation alterations
- Connective tissue diseases and neuromuscular diseases
- Recent collagen grafts