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Use Radiofrequency Skin Tightening After Liposuction

After liposuction and related procedures (normal lipo, liposculpture, vaser, smart lipo/laser lipo, bodytite, cellulaze, cellutite, profound RF, abdominoplasty/tummy tuck, cellfina, subcision and Brazilian butt lift/BBL) the skin is often left with either fibrosis (hard scar tissue lumps, hardened skin and adhesions), unremoved fat lumps, skin laxity (saggy skin) or a combination of the above.

After all those types of cosmetic surgery, treatment is almost always needed, first for the removal of the fibrotic hard lumps and then for skin tightening, unremoved fat lumps and cellulite.

But this article is not about the benefits of RF skin tightening, it is about using it to tighten up after having liposuction. Liposuction is a common procedure to reduce fat, especially for obesity. But, regardless of whether lipo was for obesity or just excess unsightly fat, radiofrequency skin tightening can help tighten up after the liposuction procedure.

What lipo does not address is the sagging skin after significant weight loss. It is not much fun to follow up one surgery with another. More than that, after going through the expense of getting lipo, not doing something about the sagging skin seems like only doing half the job. This is where RF skin tightening can be a wonderful choice.


Please note that skin is always sensitive and inflamed, quite often for several weeks or months, after lipo, vaser, smart lipo, bodytite, cellfina, subcision, cellutite, cellulaze, profound RF and Brazilian butt lift/BBL, despite what surgeons tell you before the operation.

So in order to offer you the best possible treatment, we provide post-lipo treatments only after the eighth week after surgery - not earlier and with no exceptions.

The treatment we offer is only for skin tightening and residual fat / cellulite removal. We do NOT offer post-lipo lymphatic drainage or other massages for swelling reduction after lipo.

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