4D-Sculpt treatments are ideal for individuals aiming to revitalise and tighten areas like the neck, face, eye surroundings, and body without resorting to surgical methods.
Leveraging Tri-polar Radio Frequency, the 4D-Sculpt technology concentrates on fortifying collagen fibers to boost skin firmness and tautness. Additionally, the vacuum element stimulates better lymphatic drainage, reducing sagging and leading to an overall more youthful and firmer look.
4D-Sculpt. For a revitalised, firmer, and more youthful complexion.
Is it painful?
While undergoing the radio frequency treatment, individuals may experience a pleasant sensation of warmth, subject to variances in customer tolerances. Moreover, the utilization of the vacuum assist mode may also result in experiencing suction pressure.
How long do radio frequency's firming effects last?
In general, the effects achieved after a course of radio frequency can last up to a year. Additionally, you can also plan top-up sessions to prolong the benefits.
How soon can I see visible results?
Results will become visible 2–3 months after finishing your treatment plan. During this time, the ageing collagen will break down, and the newly stimulated supple collagen will have fully developed, showcasing the treatment’s effectiveness.
What is the recommended number of sessions?
We recommend a course of six sessions per specific area, ideally spaced every 2–3 weeks without interruptions in the treatment timeline. You have the option to address multiple areas of the face and body within a single session, although it’s essential to allow a minimum of 2 weeks between each treatment to enable the body to regenerate new collagen fibres.
Are there any side effects?
After the treatment, your skin may appear red and warm, but this sensation will quickly subside.
Following a proper skincare routine, staying hydrated, refraining from smoking or alcohol, and maintaining a healthy diet along with regular exercise will consistently promote the optimal health of your skin.
Is it suitable for everyone?
No, some conditions will make you unsuitable for treatment
- Pacemaker or internal defibrillator
- Cardiac disorders: a history of or a currently occurring cancer, including skin cancers or pre-malignant moles Poorly controlled endocrine and hormonal disorders (HIV or AIDS)
- During pregnancy and breastfeeding, within three months of any surgical procedure, or before healing is complete,
- Any active skin conditions in the treatment area, such as eczema, psoriasis, acne, rash, or sores
- Facial lasering or deep chemical peels, Botox, or fillers within the last three months in the treatment area.
- Cold sores that recur in the treatment area and are susceptible to heat
- Any nervous disorder or mental health condition
- Impaired immune system or immunosuppressive medication.
- Any controlled endocrine or hormonal conditions, including type 2 diabetes and thyroid disorders