08 Aug Haute Beauty Lists Exilis as a Top 5 Beauty Treatment for 2019
Skin naturally loses elasticity thanks to age, weight fluctuations, skin damage, and genetics. There are many treatments available at RefinedMD to tighten and smooth skin, and one of the most popular options is Exilis Ultra 360, which was just ranked as a top-five beauty must for the year by Haute Beauty.
Using radiofrequency energy and ultrasound, the treatment re-works the collagen in your skin and encourages new production. Plus, the skin’s temperature is monitored throughout the treatment for optimal results as well as comfort. By combining heating and cooling techniques, energy can be delivered to a variety of skin depths, and treatment at the deep tissue and superficial levels can be achieved.
Exilis Ultra 360 for the face or body
Exilis Ultra 360 is the only treatment that combines radiofrequency and ultrasound to address a range of body concerns. The procedure was developed after years of research, and the client’s safety and comfort are built into the design of Exilis. Any adult can benefit from the procedure, which can be used on the face or body. A fully tailored treatment plan is available, although most clients benefit the most when they opt for two to four treatments scheduled at weekly intervals.
The procedure isn’t just safe, but also fast. It takes between 15 – 30 minutes per session. As the most advanced non-surgical option for skin tightening and collagen induction, Exilis Ultra 360 is revolutionizing the skincare game. Some clients forego plastic surgery after achieving the results they want from Exilis. Others are able to put off more invasive procedures for months and even years.
Contact RefinedMD to schedule your appointment
If you’re looking for the latest way to tighten your skin, address cellulite and dimpling, and take years off your appearance, Exilis Ultra 360 might be the solution for you. Discover for yourself what one of the top-recommended procedures of the year can do, and schedule your appointment with RefinedMD today.