The Exilis technique is a safe and effective way to do skin tightening and non-invasive fat removal in an office setting.
It uses gentle radiofrequency waves that warm the skin, encouraging collagen growth while reducing unwanted fat cells.
Exilis is generally administered as a series of sessions over time, gently heats your outer layer of tissue called the dermis. The treatments stimulate collagen production for toned-looking skin and reduce stubborn areas like stomachs or thighs by using RF energy on targeted regions where localized heating will lead to localized cell death (apoptosis).
Exilis Treatment Benefits:
Exilis is a pain-free face and body contouring procedure that uses ultrasound and radiofrequency technology to tighten the skin. This treatment can reduce wrinkles, sagging, cellulite appearance as well as unwanted areas of fat!
The FDA has cleared Exilis to tighten and tone skin on many areas of your body. If you’re looking for a great way to slim or firm up, Exilis is an excellent option that can be used all over from your neck down–including those stubborn fatty deposits in the jowl region! It’s also fantastic at tightening laxity due to aging (especially around the abdomen/hips), so you’ll look decades younger when finished.
The best candidates that respond more readily to treatment are patients who have good skin elasticity or “spring back.” Younger people may see dramatic results, while patients with poor skin texture will often see modest progress. Anyone seeking a non-surgical way of tightening up their body’s stubborn areas of fat should consider Exilis!
Exilis is a pain-free, non-invasive treatment that uses ultrasound and radio-frequency technology to tighten the skin and reduce wrinkles. This procedure improves the overall texture of the skin efficiently.
The Exilis treatment is a series of 4-6 treatments, two to four weeks apart. Depending on the desired outcome (skin tightening or fat reduction), it can be performed as either one type of session or both types combined during each appointment.
Even though you’ll need to come in for multiple sessions, the improvements are long-lasting and should be noticeable at three months. You can expect the best outcomes by six months, but they could last up to two years!