TRIPOLLAR SKIN TIGHTENING
TriPollar Skin Tightening uses advanced radiofrequency technology to help tighten and contour your skin. It is an effective alternative to more invasive procedures like surgery, offering noticeable results with minimal discomfort and downtime.
HOW DOES TRIPOLLAR SKIN TIGTHTENING WORK?
TriPollar Skin Tightening delivers focused energy to the skin’s deeper layers, stimulating collagen production, and tightening the underlying tissues. This results in smoother, firmer, and more youthful-looking skin, with a natural-looking contour and lift.
WHO IS TRIPOLLAR SKIN TIGHTENING FOR?
This treatment is for anyone who is looking for a non-invasive solution for youthful skin and to treat:
- Sagging or loose skin
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Dull or aging skin
- Lack of skin elasticity
READY TO START YOUR SKINCARE JOURNEY?
Transform your skin with a personalized treatment plan. Book your initial consultation today at Kalon Skin Lab and let our experts help you achieve your skin goals.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the procedure painful?
This is a painless and comfortable treatment that feels like a warm massage. Some people may experience mild redness or warmth immediately after the treatment, but this usually subsides within a few hours.
How long does the procedure take and how many sessions are needed?
The procedure takes between 30-60 minutes. A series of treatments spaced 1-2 weeks apart is recommended for optimal results. The number of treatments needed varies based on individual skin concerns and conditions.
Is there any downtime or recovery period after the procedure?
No downtime or recovery period is required after the treatment, so you can immediately resume your daily activities.
Is it safe?
Yes, the procedure is safe and FDA-approved. It has been clinically tested and shown to be effective for skin tightening and rejuvenation. As with any aesthetic treatment, there may be some potential side effects or risks, but these are rare and mild, such as redness, swelling, or bruising. Our skincare specialist will discuss any potential risks with you before the treatment.