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3 Questions to Ask before Your Profound RF Skin Tightening Treatment

Are you thinking about getting Profound® RF skin tightening to refresh and rejuvenate your look? Before you start Googling “RF skin tightening near me,” you might want to pump the brakes and prepare for your consult by jotting down these must-know FAQs.

1. How Long Will My Profound RF Skin Tightening Treatment Take?

The length of time that your RF skin tightening treatment will take will depend on factors like the size and location of the treatment area and your skin type and condition. This is an important question to ask ahead of time so you can prepare for your appointment accordingly.

The good news is that, unlike a facelift, Profound RF skin tightening shouldn’t take up your day and won’t leave you with an extensive recovery period.

You might see some bruising or redness for the first week after your Profound RF treatment.

2. How Many Treatments Will I Need?

One of the biggest benefits of the Profound RF “nonsurgical facelift” is that most people only need a single treatment to see optimal results.

Of course, this can depend on the quality of your skin and severity of skin laxity and creases, so make sure you ask your provider for his or her recommendations at your consultation.

3. When Will I See My Results?

Expect to see gradual results develop over the weeks and months following your radiofrequency skin tightening treatment.

You can also talk to your provider about other nonsurgical facial treatments like BBL photofacials and injectables that might be able to enhance your Profound results even further.

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3 Questions to Ask before Your Profound RF Skin Tightening Treatment
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Before you search for “RF skin tightening near me,” prepare for your consult by jotting down these important questions from the SpaVie team in Plymouth.
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