A New Approach to Anti-Aging
As you get older, your body produces less collagen, which leads to sagging skin, cellulite, and wrinkles. Venus Freeze™ is a non-invasive anti-aging treatment that works to smoothen cellulite*, diminish fine lines and wrinkles, tighten skin*, and contour the body* by using heat to boost collagen production. This helps to restore a more youthful, refreshed appearance.
VERY COMFORTABLE WITH NO DOWNTIME: Treatments are virtually painless, with many patients comparing it to a relaxing hot stone massage. You can return to your daily schedule immediately afterward.
SAFE FOR ALL SKIN TONES: Treatments use radio frequency technology, which is proven safe and effective for all skin tones.
WHAT TO EXPECT: Sessions usually last around 30 minutes, depending on the area being treated. Most treatment providers will recommend a series of 6-8 treatment sessions done weekly in order to see optimal results.
How It Works
Venus Legacy™ features two applicators: the DiamondPolar™ applicator for smaller treatment areas, such as on the face, and the OctiPolar™ applicator to treat larger areas, such as the abdomen.
Both applicators are powered by our patented (MP)² technology, which combines Multi-Polar Radio Frequency and Pulsed Electro Magnetic Fields. Together, these two technologies produce uniform heat under the skin’s surface. Skin tightening, wrinkle reduction, and cellulite reduction* occur because the radio frequency causes a thermal reaction in the tissue, which stimulates the body’s natural healing response. This restoring response causes new collagen to form, along with the increased production of fibroblasts and new elastin fibers. This results in firmer, smoother skin that looks noticeably more youthful.
Laser Tattoo Removal: The removal of tattoos is an extremely difficult process that requires tremendous experience and a variety of laser devices. Each ink color responds best to different types of lasers. We have access to three q-switched lasers that are specifically utilized only for tattoo removal. Success typically depends on the color of the tattoo, the skin type of the patient, and the quality of the ink from the initial tattoo.