There are a lot of cosmetic treatments that target the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Yet, so often, wrinkles are coupled with other problems such as sagging skin and cellulite. Accent Prime Radiofrequency is a treatment that effectively improves the appearance of all three, and more besides.
Accent Prime uses a combination of radiofrequency and ultrasound to target a multitude of skin and body issues. Reductions in cellulite, wrinkles and fat, as well as body contouring, jaw definition and skin tightening can be achieved individually, or as part of a program.
Cold ultrasound waves help to drain fat cells as Unipolar Radio Frequency accelerates lymphatic drainage.
Heat energy following the ultrasound tightens skin, promotes collagen production and improves the skin’s texture.
The procedure is non-invasive, requiring no surgery, injections or downtime. Treatments can take as little as twenty minutes, with results lasting up to two years.
At Harpenden Skin Clinic, our expert team (lead by medical aesthetics specialist – Janne Richardson), will create a personalised treatment plan to suit your individual needs. Whether you are seeking a reduction in cellulite or want to explore a combination of body contouring and wrinkle-free skin, we are able to help. With a unique treatment plan, you are only one step away from the body you have dreamed of.
A treatment probe is applied to the target area in circular motions against the skin. Heat energy causes the skin to tighten and repair and stimulates the production of collagen.
Patients experience minimal discomfort, some comparing the process to getting a warm stone massage.
The length of the Accent Prime Radiofrequency treatments depends entirely on your bespoke treatment plan. A higher number of target areas and the severity of skin conditions lead to lengthier treatment times. On average, sessions last between 45 and 90 minutes but can take as little as 20 minutes.
For optimal results, a course of 6-8 sessions is recommended. Sessions are spaced out every 1-2 weeks. The number of procedures required depends on the results you are trying to achieve, as well as the severity of your existing conditions.