Skin Tightening – BTL Exilis Elite

Description of treatment

BTL Exilis Elite uses monopolar radiofrequency and ultrasound energies to safely heat tissue for an immediate and long-lasting skin tightness, tissue volume, tone and elasticity. Increased collagen production rejuvenates the skin, targeting wrinkles and sagging. This patented technology can also offer excellent lipolysis (breakdown of fat) with the introduction of controlled cooling in the same hand piece.

Areas that can be treated include: stomach, love handles, buttocks, arms, inner and outer thighs, knees back and breasts. A separate hand piece can be used to treat hands, full face, neck and labia.

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DURATION OF TREATMENT

10 minutes – 1 hour, depending on areas being treated

DOWNTIME

There is no download associated with this treatment.

NUMBER OF TREATMENTS

Up to 6 treatments. A Maintenance session can be done every 3-6 months

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Transformations: Before and after photos

Results: what you will see and feel

Immediate skin tightening with continued results in terms of collagen synthesis over the next few months.

icon-quote-lefticon-quote-rightSo after three and half months of machines, and heat ! My body has responded extremely well. The orange peel on my legs has disappeared completely my skin tone has improved dramatically . My arms are far more toned no saggy skin. And there is a noticeable difference on my tummy area and the general skin tone has improved remarkably. Claire, 50, Sandton

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What to expect during the treatment

During the treatment, you will experience heat on the skin but no pain. Should any discomfort be experienced by the heat, the therapist is able to adjust the intensity accordingly. After the treatment you may experience slight redness of the area, but this will fade an hour or two after the session.

Fact file

  • No preparation is required before having the treatment.
  • Although not necessary, try to stick to a healthy eating plan and exercise to enhance the results.
  • Clinical studies – to attach