Venus DiamondPolar™ Skin Tightening

Consider Venus DiamondPolar™ the express way to tighten and contour skin. Painless. Safe. No downtime.

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  • Anti-ageing
  • Body
  • Loss of elasticity
Available at the following locations:

South Yarra Ground Floor 8-10 Howitt St South Yarra, 3141 Melbourne, VIC

Not suitable for pregnancy

Why it's so good

It’s time to get technical. Venus DiamondPolar™ is a radio frequency skin tightening machine, powered by (MP)2 Multi-Polar Radio frequency and Pulsed Electro Magnetic Fields (PEMF), we warned you! But what does this mean? That this device delivers energy to targeted tissue, damaging the existing collagen in order to stimulate the body’s wound healing response, which is to produce more collagen through increased fibroblast production.

 

When collagen production increases, the visible effect to your skin is that it appears tighter, smoother, with a softening of fine lines and wrinkles. Venus DiamondPolar™ radio frequency skin tightening is a safe and non-invasive treatment.

During

Most clients report feeling comfortable during this treatment. Your Script Skincare Practitioner will glide a heated hand-piece over the skin heating the area to a specified temperature to activate collagen remodelling.

After

Most people return to their regular activities immediately following the procedure, although some experience mild redness (like sunburn), but it usually settles quickly.

Time

15-30 minutes depending on the size and number of the areas that need to undergo the heating process.

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