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Toning and firming your bottom

Toning and Firming Your Bottom with SkinBase RF

A pert derriere is all the rage these days. If like us, you can’t quite figure out how the likes of Kim K and Nikki Minaj get their gravity-defying bottoms so pert, a course of Radio Frequency might be for you. Of course, exercise and diet is an important part of toning and firming your bottom. No doubt, burpees and squats will be on your to do list. However, if you’re looking for a way to maximise your results, a Radio Frequency treatment can help you firm and shape your bottom.

What is a radio frequency treatment?

Radio frequency is an innovative, non-invasive treatment that tightens and firms. Due to the non-surgical aspect, it’s ideal if you don’t want to interrupt your schedule.  Zero resting time required and minimal discomfort. It’s also great for treating the signs of ageing. Radio Frequency stimulates the skin’s renewal of collagen, perfect for ageing skin.

How does Radio Frequency work?

Radio Frequency treatment involves applying a cosmetic gel to the area and then a warm wand is swept over the skin in circular motions. This generates heat to the lower levels of the skin, resulting in the body stimulating a healing response. This realigns elastin fibres to tighten and strengthen the skin’s tissue. The energy waves used helps the cells within the skin to metabolise better, which in turn, results in a boost of oxygen to the tissue. This activity promotes skin rejuvenation to minimise cellulite, tone and build your bottom. For optimal results, we recommend a course of 6 treatments. You will see results immediately and improvements with each treatment.

We have a growing network of RF salons offering the treatment, contact us here for more details of your nearest radio frequency practitioner.

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