Anti-cellulite body radiofrequency treatment

The body radiofrequency treatment can be a great help when you need and/or want to firm up your body. This system, which is not at all invasive, does indeed reduce skin elements such as cellulite, fine lines and wrinkles.

In this article, we will discuss the treatment from different perspectives, from how it works to pre-treatment advice.


Radiofrequency body: the principles of treatment

The body radiofrequency treatment uses high-frequency electromagnetic waves that are able to act under the skin without incisions in the skin. Thanks to this technology, the procedure is non-invasive and effective, guaranteeing the promised results without causing discomfort.

Electromagnetic waves penetrating under the skin heat the subcutaneous tissue, stimulating collagen production and increasing blood flow. The result is younger-looking, firmer and more elastic skin thanks to collagen and improved blood circulation.

The second effect achieved by heating the subcutaneous tissue is the breakdown of fat deposits, which, combined with improved fluid drainage, contributes to the reduction of cellulite in the treated area.




Having understood the principles that allow radiofrequency treatment for the body to deliver results, let’s look at some details of the procedure.

In order to obtain results, several sessions will be required, each lasting between 30 and 60 minutes. The treatment is painless, and as mentioned several times non-invasive. However, heat sensations and skin tingling may be experienced during the session.



We conclude the article, and the topic of body radiofrequency treatment, with some advice. This aesthetic practice is by no means a substitute for a healthy diet and good skin care, but only an aid that should be supplemented with these. It is therefore good to maintain daily habits aimed at taking care of one’s body by paying attention to one’s diet and exercising regularly.

Finally, as with any aesthetic treatment, it is essential to consult a professional aesthetic doctor, such as those in the team at ISER, Institute of Aesthetic and Regenerative Sciences. Contact us and book your visit for a radiofrequency treatment now!