Get tight and contoured skin
Venus Freeze is an FDA approved and clinically proven
What is Venus Freeze and how does it work?
The revolutionary Venus Freeze™ is an FDA approved aesthetic technology, and is powered by (MP)², a revolutionary technology that combines Multi-Polar Radio Frequency and Pulsed Magnetic Fields to deliver effective treatments that are painless and require no downtime. It has become the preferred treatment amongst celebrities and patients worldwide, comparing the experience to "like getting a hot stone massage".
Over time, aging can cause our skin to get lax and saggy. Cellulite and stretch marks form as well. Many new mothers struggle to get their body back to its original form after pregnancy. Diet and exercise can help firm the body, but sometimes not enough to target some trouble areas.
Venus Freeze treatments can help with all these issues. One cutting edge technology, separate hand pieces and targeted energy are used to treat the face, neck and body. The diamond polar hand piece that is used for the face, neck and chest promotes wrinkle reduction and skin tightening, and the octipolar hand piece used for the body promotes inch and fat reduction, cellulite reduction and overall nonsurgical body contouring. Both hand pieces promote collagen and elastic tissue production as well.
Number of Treatments for Effective Results.
Although the exact number of treatments will vary based on individual reactions to the treatment and the specific appearance of the skin, most individuals will see results within two or three treatments.
We recommend getting them once a week for at least 3 to 6 weeks, then once every couple of months for best effect. In large body areas, up to 8-10 treatments may be needed. Treatment take 30-40 minutes depending on the area treated.
Venus Freeze is basically effective on all body parts. Multiple face and body areas can be treated in one session.
We have divided the treatment areas as follows:
Small to medium areas:
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