Get a tighter jawline and neck with Profound treatment at Pulse Light Clinic

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Without surgery, fillers or toxins, Profound dramatically improves aging skin.

Profound RF, known as 'non-surgical face list' is a break-through in skin technology used to treat sagging, wrinkles and excess fat on the face, neck and body. Profound RF is an injectable radio-frequency treatment that tightens, smoothens, hydrates and melts fat. In clinical trials, Profound RF delivered 1/3 of the result of a surgical facelift in a single treatment and 100% of patients had a clinically evident response to treatment.

Various treatments, exercises and fat reduction methods can often leave clients without achieving any long term results. The Profound RF technology is used by stimulating skin repair within the dermis and deeper layers of the skin. This allows the treatment to generate all 3 components of healthy and youthful skin: collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid. An alternative to surgery, and fillers, Profounds' non-surgical approach means up to 7 days downtime. Profound RF works by stimulating skin repair within the dermis and deeper layers of the skin. During the treatment, thin needles are inserted into the skin and radio-frequency energy is used to heat the skin. The deep skin tissue is heated to exactly 67 degrees Celsius and held at this temperature for a number of seconds, optimally stimulating skin repair.

When trying to get rid of a double chin, it can be a long process that takes patience. Unless liposuction or laser lipolysis is carried out, it won’t disappear overnight. Results with Profound usually show from a minimum of 4 weeks.

Pulse Light Clinic offers a consultation with our in-house Doctor who will asses the area. A client's eligibility for this treatment will be carried out and the Doctor will then go over the treatment procedure to get the client’s desired results. Profound RF is a one-off treatment and results can be seen from 1 treatment, costing £3000. Our Dr has been working in the NHS for 25 years specialising in women’s health and dermatology.

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