ThermiSmooth Skin Rejuvenation in Beverly Hills, CA
Painless radio frequency that rejuvenates the skin
How Does ThermiSmooth Work?
ThermiSmooth Face, a breakthrough procedure, lifts and smooths facial skin without any pain or downtime. Although the treatment can be applied anywhere, it is ideal for the fine skin around the eyes and lips. ThermiSmooth sessions last about 30 minutes, depending on the areas treated, with some treatments lasting over an hour.
Dr Lee begins by placing a gel on the area to be treated. Using a handheld device, the specialist then gently administers radio frequency over the area. When the skin’s collagen heats to around 104ºF, it reacts by shrinking. This shrinking causes the skin to tighten naturally, smoothing and reducing the appearance of wrinkles. Patients can expect some slight swelling and redness, but in almost all cases they can return to normal activities after the treatment.
The results of ThermiSmooth last a year or more and can be prolonged with regular maintenance. The results will also become increasingly apparent as your skin’s collagen generates and strengthens over time.
What Concerns Can ThermiSmooth Treat?
ThermiSmooth can target fine lines and wrinkles along the forehead, jawline, neck, chin, lips, and lower eyelids. With advanced radio frequency technology, ThermiSmooth is virtually painless and ideal for most healthy people who want to combat the signs of aging and stimulate the natural production of collagen.
How Does ThermiSmooth Differ From ThermiTight®?
ThermiSmooth and ThermiTight are both designed to deeply stimulate facial collagen, but the procedures differ in a few key ways.
Non-invasive ThermiSmooth, which is best for fine skin, uses the latest radio frequency technology. Semi-invasive ThermiTight also employs radio frequency technology and can significantly tighten large areas in one session.
Another difference between the procedures is that ThermiTight is usually recommended for older patients with more skin laxity. ThermiSmooth is suitable for younger patients who need less dramatic results.