Tone and tighten your skin, the easy way
As the years go by, your skin can become thin, loose and crepe-like, making you look older than you feel and decreasing your body confidence. However, thanks to Bodyvie, you no longer have to make do with skin that makes you unhappy. We are able to carry out a safe and highly effective treatment designed to tighten and tone your skin without the need for invasive surgery, resulting in naturally younger-looking skin.
Our skin tightening treatment utilises Dual-layer Radio-frequency Thermotherapy to stimulate the production of new collagen and improve the surface texture of your skin. This works by using radio frequency technology to heat an area of the dermis (the inner layer of your skin), sparking a natural reaction that creates collagen – the substance that keeps your skin young and elastic. The result is smooth, supple skin that looks and feels younger.
The treatment can be used to tighten loose, wrinkled skin anywhere on your body, but it’s most commonly used for toning the face, neck and under the upper arms. If you’ve recently had surgery or given birth, the treatment can also be used to firm affected skin on your abdomen or thighs.
The procedure itself lasts up to 45 minutes, and you will be able to resume your everyday activities immediately afterwards. You may experience a slight redness in the treatment area, but this will subside within 24 hours. You will find that your skin looks firmer and more beautiful straightaway, and you will notice a steady improvement in the tightness of your skin as collagen production increases following your treatment.
Book to arrange a consultation and start your way to a more toned and tightened skin complexion. *Individual Results May Vary
Frequently Asked Questions
Patients describe this treatment as feeling like a “warm massage”, with little or no discomfort, and no anaesthetic is required. What’s more, the risk of any significant side effects is extremely low.
The number of treatments needed will vary depending on what area is being treated, but we usually recommend a course of three to six treatments, spaced out over two to four week intervals.