Gels for RF lifting
RF lifting is the effect of radio wave radiation on the dermis and partially on the subcutaneous fat, as a result of which structural changes occur in the tissues. As a result of selective heating of the dermis to a certain temperature, collagen fibers are hydrated and restructured, fibroblasts are stimulated through aseptic inflammation, which leads to an increase in skin turgor and tone, a decrease in the severity or elimination of ptosis, stretch marks, and skin laxity. In the case of fractional exposure, with skin damage, lifting is performed by thermal ablation of skin areas, which are then regenerated. As a result of the procedure, collagen remodeling occurs on the part of the pancreas, accelerates the breakdown and utilization of fats, and stimulates microcirculation.
For RF-lifting, it is optimal to use Mediagel-T, which contains glycerin and provides long-term contact of the patient's body with the device's manipula, gel with collagen hydrolyzate and Aloe Vera from the Body series, as well as other contact gels, if the design of the device does not require a specialized tool attached to the device.