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Venus Freeze

Non-Surgical Skin Tightening

What is Venus Freeze?
How does Venus Freeze Work?
How Much Does Venus Freeze Cost?
What Are The Risks Of Venus Freeze?
What Are Venus Freeze Alternatives?

Venus Freeze

  • Completely non-invasive and non-surgical
  • Painless
  • Ideal for facial skin tightening and wrinkle reduction

What Is Venus Freeze?

Venus Freeze’s unique (MP)˛ Technology offers facial rejuvenation without surgery. FDA cleared for non-invasive treatment of wrinkles and facial rhytides, the Venus Freeze device can target all 3 layers of skin: epidermis, dermis and hypodermis to treat signs of aging.
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How does Venus Freeze Work?

By combining Pulsed Magnetic Fields (PMF) and Radio Frequency (RF) energy, the Venus Freeze may increase the production of collagen and elastin in skin while keeping the epidermis or upper layer of the skin intact and undamaged. As a result, there is no downtime or pain associated with this treatment. While results are visible after immediately following the treatment, final results will continue to get better as Venus Freeze promotes the body’s own collagen to re-grow.

Currently, the device is only FDA cleared for wrinkle reduction but according to the manufacturer, Venus Concept, the Venus Freeze may also be used on the body for circumference reduction, cellulite improvement, and skin tightening. Patients report that the Venus Freeze treatment is painless and feels like a warm massage and since there is no downtime, they can return to normal activities immediately post treatment.
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How Much Does Venus Freeze Cost?

The cost of Venus Freeze depends on the size of the area being treated (on the face or body) and how many treatments are recommended to achieve maximum results. Depending on geographic location of the practice and varying from market to market, treatment cost begins at $500 per session.
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What Are The Risks Of Venus Freeze?

Venus Freeze is completely non-surgical and non-invasive so there is very little risks associated with the treatments.
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What Are Venus Freeze Alternatives?

Other wrinkle reduction or skin tightening alternatives include:


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