January 09, 2019

Venus Freeze: How Long Does it Last?

Time catches up to all of us. But no one likes the wrinkles and sagging skin that comes with it. So you look for anti-aging treatments for wrinkle reduction, skin tightening and a more youthful appearance. One solution is Venus Freeze treatments. But even if you’ve heard of it, you’ll have one big question about Venus Freeze: how long does it last?  

What is Venus Freeze & How Does it Work?

First of all, don’t let the name fool you. There is no ‘freezing’ involved. Venus Freeze is a non-invasive treatment that utilizes multi-polar radio frequencies and pulsed magnetic fields to tighten the skin in treatment areas, including the face, neck and body.

The treatments cause a thermal heat response in your skin (similar to what you might get from a hot-stone massage), which, in turn, triggers your body’s natural healing mechanisms. Those processes cause your body to produce more collagen and elastin.

Collagen is the most abundant protein in your body, and for good reason. Your skin is the body’s largest organ. Collagen helps to strengthen your skin and its connective tissue. Elastin, like its name implies, gives your skin its elasticity.

The combination of increased collagen and elastin production also helps with body contouring, including circumferential reduction and cellulite reduction, due to the strengthening and tightening of your skin.

How Long Does Venus Freeze Last?

Venus Freeze treatments are completely safe for all areas of the body. Treatment sessions generally last between 30 minutes and 45 minutes, depending on the treatment area. While you will see results almost immediately, for longer-term results, you should get a treatment course of six to eight treatment sessions, again depending on the area being treated.

After your series of treatments, it’s not unreasonable to expect to continue to see improvements in your skin for up to three months. To help extend the effect, you can choose maintenance treatments every few months.

Curious about Venus Freeze? Contact us today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Gerstein.

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