(HIFES) + Radiofrequency
Emface is a revolutionary treatment that uses radiofrequency (RF) technology and HIFES simultaneously to tighten, firm, and tone the skin of the face. Emface is the only device on the market that addresses all five causes of wrinkles, including loss of elasticity, fat cells, fluid retention, poor circulation, and loss of collagen & elastin.
Traditional wrinkle treatments use injectables, which naturally get metabolized by the body over time. Emface is a first of its kind device for all skin types that combines thermal and mechanical energy to treat all the contributing factors to decrease the appearance of wrinkles on the face and body!
Emface is an FDA-cleared device by BTL, the creators of Emsculpt NEO. There are two facets of this treatment. First, we deliver (HIFES) into the muscle beneath areas of the skin that have lost volume, which can help improve the appearance of sagging or drooping.
Simultaneously, we apply radiofrequency (RF) energy to the dermis. This gentle heat encourages the production of new collagen and elastin. Over time, this causes skin to tighten and smoothen to produce a natural, youthful appearance!
The unique application of these two technologies together makes Emface a perfect solution for men and women of any skin type who struggle with wrinkles or other signs of aging on their face and neck.
Krista has been practicing in the aesthetics industry for 15 years, making the transition to medical aesthetics 4 years ago when she moved to Colorado. She loves to help people feel more confident in their skin.
Increase in Elastin Fibers of the Dermis
Increase in Muscle Tone
In the weeks following a series of Emface treatments, our patients report noticing a significant improvement in the appearance of their wrinkles, along with enjoying firmer skin and feeling more confident in themselves.
Following an Emface session in Parker, CO, you should not experience any noticeable or uncomfortable side effects. You are free to continue your regular daily activities after leaving our office.
The effects of Emface can last up to up to a year.