Radiofrequency treatment

Girl shows holding and pushing the skin of the legs cellulite, orange peel. Treatment and disposal of excess weight, the deposition of subcutaneous fat tissue.

Radiofrequency uses electric current to penetrate and heats the skin’s depths, without overheating the epidermis.
This current induces electrons in the body, and natural resistance to their movement creates heat. Using good equipment, the effect can take place at a depth of 15-20mm, or even deeper.
At the end of the treatment, the surface temperature should be 42-43°C, which roughly corresponds to a working tissue temperature of 52-62°C. This increases micro-circulation and cellular activity, notably among the fibroblasts which produce the skin cells.
Depending on the number of electrodes, radiofrequency can be monopolar (first picture), bipolar (second picture) or multipolar (third picture).


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Several devices exist on the market, they are not technically equivalent.
It is necessary that the apparatus is powerful to be able to create high temperatures and that it delivers energies that can arrive in depth.
Personally I use endymed technology.

Which gives the possibility to use several applicators according to the indication, the result that one wants to obtain and the anatomy of the person.


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The main indications are body contouring, cellulite reduction and skin laxity. Moreover, improving blood circulation promotes cellular metabolism and fat removal.
The various handpieces allow the different areas of the face and body to be treated. The treatment parameters are personalized according to the area of the body and the different types of skin.
All skin types can be treated, even tanned or dark skin.
The areas that are generally treated are: the back, the arms, the thighs, the knees, the buttocks, the belly, the face.


A fine layer of special gel is applied to the skin, and using circular movements the temperature progressively increases and the skin reddens. The treatment continues until the skin reaches 42°C (this temperature is regulated using a thermometer, but an experienced practitioner can do without it).
As soon as this temperature is reached, the circular movements must stop, and instead movement focuses on following the skin’s tension lines.  At 42°C, collagen fibres can be realigned to create a lifting effect.
A weaker intensity must be used nearer to the bone-structure.

The treatment is pleasant and painless. There are no side effects. You can resume your activity immediately after treatment.

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You should plan for 4 to 6 sessions, with weekly intervals between each treatment.
Don’t forget that slackening skin is a natural part of the ageing process. While the effects of the first set of sessions will last about a year, one treatment every 4-6 months is necessary to maintain the initial result.


8 sessions of radio frequency were enough to eliminate the cellulite I had on the back of my legs, the result is very satisfying.


Following my pregnancy, my lower belly was loosened. Radio frequency allowed to retighten effectively this part of my body. I’m happy with the result, Doctor Romano was truly perfect for me.


I had a loosening on the inside of my thighs, I consulted Doctor Romano who advised radio frequency sessions, I was satisfied with the result and will come back!


After a weight loss, I had a loosening at the level of my arms. I took an appointment with Doctor Romano for radio frequency sessions. I’m very satisfied with the results.


Written by Valeria Romano

Former intern at the Hospitals of Paris Graduate of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Paris 7 – Paris Diderot Registered with the medical board of Paris, n° 75/80452 More informations

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