By Julie-Ann Sherlock
The pressure to look at least 10 years younger than our age is very real when you get into your mid-thirties and onwards. We don’t want deep wrinkles or lines that expose our stresses or partying from our 20s, so we look for ways to slow down our skin’s ageing processes and help us to appear fresh-faced and youthful.
There is a world of treatments out there, from surgical fixes to botox and gemstones and one of the latest “everybody-swears-by-it” trends, Radiofrequency (RF) Therapy. But what is it? Does it really work?
What The F Is RF?
This non-invasive therapy works by sending Radiofrequency waves into the skin to heat it up and cause damage to the collagen. When the collagen is destroyed or damaged, the skin naturally tries to create more, boosting the levels and bringing back some elasticity and firmness to your face.
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