How To Tighten and Contour Skin

Thermage is a safe, clinically proven way to tighten and contour skin, with visible improvements in tone, contour, and texture occurring naturally through the stimulation of your own collagen.

Thermage is completely non-invasive: no surgery, no injections!

A single treatment tightens your existing collagen and stimulates new collagen growth. Improvements are both immediately visible and continue up to six months. Results can last for years depending on your skin condition and aging process.

The Thermage procedure is available only in the offices of qualified physicians who specialize in cosmetic procedures.

The procedure itself is done as a single treatment that takes from one to two hours depending on the treatment area. What’s more, there is no downtime, so you can quickly resume your normal routine.

Unlike lasers, Thermage works on all skin types and tones. And unlike injections or fillers, Thermage works on your entire face: forehead, eyes, nasalabial folds, jaw line, jowls and the area under your chin.

How Does Thermage Work?

Thermage sends radiofrequency (RF) technology to safely heat the deep layers of your skin, while cooling the surface of your skin to keep it intact during the procedure.

This deep heating stimulates your body’s natural skin renewal process, which helps tighten existing collagen and form new collagen. Over time, sagging or wrinkled skin is replaced with smoother, tighter skin; improved tone and texture; and an overall younger looking appearance.

Is it for You?

Thermage is an easy way to turn back the clock on aging skin—on all skin colors. If your face shows sagging skin, your neck looks like the infamous “turkey neck”, or you have more wrinkles and fine lines around the mouth, eyes or forehead than you care for, Thermage can be an easy remedy.

Maybe your eyes look and feel tired. Or you have that excess skin on the upper eyelid (also known as “hooding”) or wrinkles and fine lines around the eyes (“crow’s feet”), then Thermage is a great treatment for you.