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Hot & cold contrast

Combining radiofrequency with cryotherapy can achieve skin tightening, fat reduction and facial contouring. The team at Zemits explains how

In the last few years, the primary trend with radiofrequency technology is combining it with other aesthetic treatments in one device. The aesthetic industry is becoming more holistic and raising interest in combining radiofrequency with cryotherapy.

Our skin loses its elasticity and firmness as we age, leading to wrinkles and fine lines. However, with the help of cryotherapy and radiofrequency, we can reverse these signs of ageing and achieve a more youthful and radiant appearance.

Cryotherapy involves exposing the skin to extremely cold temperatures, which triggers a natural healing response in the body. This helps to improve circulation, reduce inflammation, and stimulate collagen production. Collagen is a vital protein that provides structure and support to the skin, and as we age, our body produces less of it. By stimulating collagen production through cryotherapy, we can reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and improve overall skin texture and tone.

On the other hand, radiofrequency uses high-frequency energy to heat the deeper layers of the skin. This stimulates collagen and elastin production, which helps tighten and firm the skin. Radiofrequency can also help reduce cellulite’s appearance and contour the body.

Combining technologies

When these two technologies are combined, the results are truly remarkable. Cryotherapy prepares the skin for radiofrequency by increasing circulation and stimulating collagen production. Radiofrequency then takes over to tighten and firm the skin, reducing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines and improving skin texture and tone.

This combination treatment is non-invasive and requires no downtime, making it the perfect option for busy individuals who want to maintain a youthful and radiant appearance. Results are typically visible after just one treatment, but a series of treatments may be recommended for optimal results.

Best protocols

Based on the actual experience of applying the best rejuvenation practices, the experts at Zemits have developed the Contrast Skin Rejuvenation protocol via the Zemits Friolift system. This is a holistic rejuvenation protocol involving no injections or surgery. As a result, clients can see visible rejuvenation and facial contouring after the first Friolift treatment. A course of sessions provides long-term effects and significant improvement in the skin’s overall condition.

Friolift is a unique, innovative technology, created at the request of leading experts in the beauty industry and offers unrivalled safety and efficiency. Zemits Friolift Technology enables practitioners to achieve two of the main objectives of modern aesthetics: skin tightening with facial contouring; and localised fat reduction with simultaneous skin tightening. This single, innovative machine can achieve two essential yet different goals using unique treatment protocols.

Contrast Skin Rejuvenation Protocol

The Cryo-Thermal Contrast System is designed to:

• Tighten and rejuvenate the skin

• Achieve facial contouring

• Slim double chins

• Improve skin texture

• Achieve localised body fat reduction

For more information, contact Zemits 020 4532 5922 email: website:

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