Why Celebs Love Radiofrequency Treatments

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Ever wonder what Charlize Theron does to her skin before an award show, or how Kim Kardashian’s skin looks perpetually glowy in every photo op? You’re about to find out.

Celebs have been raving about Radiofrequency treatments for years because it’s a non-invasive way to tighten your skin while maintaining a natural look. In a nutshell, radio frequency (RF) aesthetics uses radio waves, or to be more exact, an electrical current produced by a radio wave, to heat the skin to stimulate subdermal collagen and elastin production in order to reduce the appearance of fine lines and loose skin. RF has been used in aesthetic treatments for over 15 years, and has gone through several different technological generations. The RF technology used by NEWA is 3DEEP, which is the only technology that utilizes 6 RF generators that work simultaneously to push the RF energy deeper into the skin, heating the dermis layer to the temperature needed to stimulate the production of new collagen. 3DEEP was developed by ENDYMED Medical and is considered the most advanced RF technology available today.

Celebs Who Love 3DEEP RF Treatments:

Kim Kardashian credits these treatments with keeping her skin “lifted”, because radiofrequency facials firms and tightens your skin – both immediately and over time.

David Beckham told Heat Magazine that he and wife Victoria Beckham love ENDYMED RF treatments and prefer them to Botox and fillers.  Former Playboy model Kendra Wilkinson also raved about her treatments on her Instagram profile a couple of times saying she can see an immediate difference in her skin.
Other ENDYMED RF fans include actress Kate Bosworth, who posted a video of herself getting a treatment by skin expert Laura Hackney at the exclusive New York Dermatology Group.

How it works:

RF treatments deliver radio frequency energy into the skin, gently heating dermal tissue to the optimum temperature to stimulate collagen growth that lifts and tones, for brighter, firmer, and dewier skin. So it’s great to do before an event, but it also gives a long-lasting lift and increased volume. It also continues to promote collagen production over the four-six weeks following a treatment. Which explains why supermodels like Devon Windsor and Josephine Skriver pop in for a treatment right before marching down the Victoria’s Secret catwalk. They’ve even posted photos while getting ENDYMED RF treatments.

Average price per treatment$800 – $1,400

What you can do at home: NEWA is powered by next generation 3DEEP RF technology, which safely sends focused RF energy deep into the skin to stimulate the production of new collagen. NEWA is the most clinically validated home use device today, proven and validated in over 40 independent published clinical studies performed by internationally renowned dermatologists, and of course is FDA approved.
Now you can treat yourself to the same medical grade skin tightening treatments as the celebs – in the comfort of your own home.

We asked Dr. Chris Inglefield, a leading Plastic Surgeon at London Bridge Surgery & Aesthetic Clinic, who regularly uses ENDYMED in his practice to give his thoughts on the revolution that NEWA brings in high-end home use devices.

 “By bringing this technology into the NEWA home-use beauty device, the makers of ENDYMED have really raised the bar. For the very first time it’s allowed patients to enjoy the results of a clinically proven treatment in the comfort of their own home.
In fact, I’m confident that you won’t get a more effective skin tightening treatment outside of an aesthetic clinic – and that’s something truly exciting.”

Dr. Chris Inglefield

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