Vacuum massage RF is a combination of two different cosmetic procedures: vacuum massage and radiofrequency (RF) therapy. These treatments are often used in the beauty and skincare industry to address various aesthetic concerns and improve the appearance of the skin.
Vacuum Massage: Vacuum massage involves the use of a mechanical device that uses suction to lift the skin and gently massage the targeted areas. The vacuum effect helps stimulate blood circulation, lymphatic drainage, and collagen production, which can result in temporary skin tightening and reduced appearance of cellulite. The treatment is non-invasive and is typically used on areas such as the thighs, buttocks, abdomen, and arms.
Radiofrequency (RF) Therapy: RF therapy is a non-surgical procedure that utilizes radiofrequency energy to heat the deeper layers of the skin. This controlled heating promotes collagen and elastin production, leading to skin tightening and a reduction in wrinkles and fine lines. RF therapy is commonly used for facial rejuvenation and body contouring.
When combined, vacuum massage and RF therapy can enhance the effects of each individual treatment. The vacuum massage helps improve circulation and facilitates the delivery of RF energy to the targeted area, potentially leading to more significant and longer-lasting results.
Vacuum massage is a mechanical massage technique performed with a mechanical device that lifts the skin by means of suction, creates a skin fold and mobilizes that skin fold. In the late 1970s, this therapy was introduced to treat traumatic or burn scars.
The Cellulite Vacuum vacuum massage stimulates micro-circulation, which generates lymphatic drainage to eliminate fluids accumulated in the areas that have been treated, facilitating the elimination of toxins, and massage the tissues in problematic cellulite areas.
Besides physical effects, a variety of physiological effects are presented, for example, an increased number of fibroblasts and collagen fibers accompanied by an alteration of fibroblast phenotype and collagen orientation.
A licensed esthetician Elena trained and skilled to perform Plasma Fibroblast Lift. This means you will get the exact protocol following treatment and predictable results.