Acoustic waves

Treatment with the use of radio frequency waves (RF) is one of the methods for non-invasive skin rejuvenation. No wonder that it is often called “scalpel-less lifting”. Persons with saggy cheeks, wrinkles around eyes, lips and on the forehead, with sagging arms, thighs and loose skin on the abdomen after delivery may improve their looks with the use of RF waves. The treatment tones the skin and it can be performed throughout the entire year.

The energy of RF waves is applied in treatments that effectively model the silhouette, reduce cellulite and fat, warm up collagen fibres up to 45-60 Celsius degrees, which results in reconstructing collagen and, consequently, improving the quality of the skin without damaging epidermis.
The skin is exposed to a beam of RF waves that, penetrating it, are transformed into heat. Under the impact of heat energy, collagen fibres contract and next tighten. This triggers cell regeneration, fibroblast stimulation as well as collagen and elastin stimulation. Fibroblasts start to produce more fibres, which leads to smoothing the existing wrinkles, improving firmness and elasticity as well as preventing from relapses of skin roughness.

After a series of radiofrequency treatments, the skin is toned and elastic.

RF therapy does not guarantee immediate results since the skin needs time to produce the lacking number of substances necessary for resuming proper structure. The first results are visible after 2 weeks.

It is recommended to perform a series of treatments for maximised and durable effect.

Indications for treatment:

  • wrinkles on the forehead, around eyes,
  • reduction of the so-called bags under eyes,
  • wrinkles around lips,
  • improving face contour,
  • toning the body, arms and neckline,
  • reducing scars, stretch marks,
  • “lifting” buttocks


  • pregnancy,
  • hearing apparatus, pacemaker, any other electronic devices in the body,
  • all metal or electronic medical devices or implants in the body,
  • skin disease or inflammation,
  • skin tumours,
  • visible, extensive varices,
  • vein inflammation,
  • peripheral circulation disorders.