How Does Renuvion Work?
Renuvion skin tightening works by using a combination of radiofrequency energy and helium plasma to heat and cool the underlying tissue, which promotes collagen
production and skin tightening.
During the procedure, a small incision is made, and a wand-like device is inserted under the skin. The device delivers radiofrequency energy, which heats the tissue, causing it to contract and tighten. The radiofrequency energy also stimulates collagen production, which helps to improve the elasticity and firmness of the skin.
Once the tissue has been heated, the device applies helium plasma to cool the tissue and promote additional skin tightening. The helium plasma also helps to reduce the risk of damage to the surrounding tissue, as it is a cold and precise energy source.
The combination of radiofrequency energy and helium plasma used in Renuvion skin tightening is intended to provide more effective and longer-lasting results than other non-invasive skin tightening treatments.
The procedure typically takes around one to two hours, depending on the size of the
treatment area, and can be performed under local anesthesia. Patients may experience some discomfort, swelling, and bruising following the procedure, but these side effects are generally mild and resolve within a few days.
Overall, Renuvion skin tightening can be an effective and minimally invasive option for patients looking to tighten and firm loose skin. However, as with any medical procedure, it is important to discuss the potential risks and benefits with a qualified healthcare professional before undergoing treatment.