If you are looking for a non-invasive way to treat wrinkles, tighten skin, reduce cellulite and superficial fat, Venus Freeze may be the perfect option for you. Venus Freeze can save your looks safely, comfortably and effectively with little to no downtime. It is one of the most effective ways to achieve a youthful look without the use of injections or surgery.
What is Venus Freeze?
Venus Freeze harnesses the power of heat by combining radio frequency (RF) and magnetic pulses to create the technology called Multi Polar Magnetic Pulses, or (MP)2. This treatment was available in Europe before it was FDA-approved in the United States in 2010. Over the years, it has been proven to be an effective treatment in the management of superficial facial wrinkling. The (MP)2 technology creates a dense and uniform heat matrix deep inside the skin, distributing heat more evenly thereby allowing for optimum results. This heat initiates collagen syntheses by stimulating fibroblasts, and new elastin fibers are produced.
What are the results like?
The collagen synthesis and production of elastin fibers cause the skin to look and feel firmer, and temporarily restore elasticity to your sagging skin. You can expect tighter skin and less wrinkles with no downtime, making it the perfect treatment for special occasions. Because its non-ablative there’s no threat of laser burn or the downtime associated with ablative lasers. Venus Freeze is also an ideal choice for new moms who’ve held off on esthetic treatment during their pregnancies on the advice of their physicians and want to address elasticity loss resulting from their pregnancies. Venus Freeze is also one of the best solutions to problem areas that are not affected by traditional exercise and diets. Where the buttocks and thighs meet or just above the knees are examples of these areas. No matter how rigorous or strict exercise and diet maybe, these areas are slow responding (if at all). The heat of Venus Freeze addresses elasticity loss by heating up the tissues just enough to trigger collagen remolding, whereas cellulite doesn’t tolerate heat or stimulation well, thereby breaking up the nuisance fatty deposits. It’s important to note, Venus Freeze’s intended use is for skin tightening and not weight loss.
This non-surgical treatment has proven to be extremely successful in treating facial aging. A Canadian study showed that patients treated with Venus Freeze for skin tightening and wrinkle reduction around the face and neck had a moderate to significant decrease in wrinkles after eight weeks of treatment. For long-lasting and significant results, multiple treatments are recommended. A Venus Freeze result varies from person to person and is largely dependent on genetics, skin care habits, lifestyle and frequency of treatment. However, clinical studies show multiple treatments (series of 6-8 treatments) bring about the most optimal result and are longer lasting.
What is the treatment like?
Venus Freeze is one of the quickest non-invasive treatments available. Actual treatment time for the face is 25 minutes, and although it can get quite warm on the surface of the skin, it’s a comfortable treatment with no downtime. In fact, many patients have found the treatment to be relaxing, comparing the feeling to that of a hot-stone massage.
Is Venus Freeze Safe?
Venus Freeze is approved by the FDA for Facial Wrinkles and Rhytides and licensed by Health Canada for non-invasive treatment of temporary cellulite and temporary skin tightening. Trained physicians and researchers have also used Venus Freeze in a number of clinical trials. Venus Freeze is an effective, safe and quick treatment that will help you to have a more youthful appearance. It has proven to be effective in treating wrinkles, tightening skin and reducing cellulite in a non-invasive and effective manner. If you are interested in Venus Freeze, talk to your doctor to see if it is best option for you.
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Last Updated on September 22, 2016 by Dr Dayan