As you grow older, you witness several changes in your body, such as weaknesses, body pain, memory issues, and the most common in all of them is loose skin. With age, your skin starts dropping its elasticity, firmness and becomes saggy — making you feel less confident out in public.
Though it’s natural and a part of the aging process, that does not mean you have no other choice but to live with it.
Today, cosmetic dermatology is at the stage where you have several non-surgical alternatives for facial rejuvenation. Venus freeze is one such approach to overcome dull, loose, and wrinkled skin amongst other facial revival methods.
What Is Venus Freeze?
In 2011, Venus Concept, a leading producer of medical aesthetic devices, introduced Venus Freeze as a skin-tightening device to the North American market.
Venus Freeze is a non-surgical device and uses electrodes to tighten the target area’s sagging skin and reduce wrinkles, making it look younger and firmer. The best part about the process is that it is painless and requires no recovery time.
How Does Venus Freeze Work?
The device works on the concept of combining radiofrequency (RF) and magnetic fields of heating the tissue under the skin to excite fibrin and elastin production. This results in achieving smoother and firmer-looking skin by the end of the prescribed session.
The method is painless, although you may feel some sensations similar to getting a hot stone massage.
A standard session takes about 15–30 minutes, but it may vary depending on the treatment area’s size and location. Also, you need to be patient with the process as multiple sessions are required (around 6–10) for the best results, with a week gap between every session.
Who Is The Right Candidate For Venus Freeze?
It is always profitable to consult a dermatologist and discuss your aesthetic goals to make you aware of what is achievable with the method and better understand the procedure.
Meanwhile, they will also examine you to ensure your candidature for the process since some concerns need to be taken care of. The Venus Freeze process is most beneficial to the patient with minimal laxity, and it is not going to reduce a large amount of fat, cellulite, and lax skin.
The process is not recommended if you are a:
- Pregnant woman
- Patient with autoimmune or neurological conditions triggered by heat
- Patient with metal implants in the treatment area
- Patient with active infections.
- Patient with active inflammation in the treatment area
- Patient with varicose veins
- Patient with an uncontrolled thyroid disorder
- Patient with Concurrent IVF treatments.
How Much Does Venus Freeze Cost?
The cost of the Venus Freeze process varies depending on the treatment area, size, and location. It also depends on the clinic you choose.
On average, the procedure may cost you between $250 and $500 for a single session and $1,500 and $3,000 for full treatment.
You may find several clinics offering the procedure at a cheaper cost, but instead of falling for the lower rates, do your research, and choose a clinic with demonstrated experience and board-certified doctors or surgeons. Since you don’t want any complications after the procedure is completed.
If you have any more queries or are looking for a consultation, please contact us, and we will make sure that you get answers to all your questions.