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●     Irregularities in the skin surface can be evident up to a month after the treatment

●     Tingling or numbness in the treated area can last for a few weeks

●     Blisters, scabs, and burns can form in the skin’s upper layer of the skin

●     Lumps or nodules can also appear especially in the neck (fortunately, this typically goes away within a couple of weeks)

●     Hyperpigmentation might also occur (oftentimes, it will fade away on its own within a few months)

The safety and results of the treatment will heavily depend on the technique of the provider. That said, it is ideal to work with a plastic surgeon, board-certified dermatologist, or other qualified providers.

How long will the results last?

Typically, the results can last between a year or two. The longevity of the results will often depend on how well you look after your skin and the aging process. To maintain results, some doctors might recommend follow up treatments every 6 to 12 months.

It is also essential to wear sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 daily and adhere to a medical-grade skin care regimen to help warrant the skin stays in best shape and the results lasts longer.

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Are You a Good Candidate for Thermage?
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The FDA-approved and non-invasive skin rejuvenation treatment for skin tightening on the body and face is called thermage. Thermage uses radiofrequency (RF) energy to heat the dermis and stimulate the production of new collagen.

热玛吉 is also considered a versatile treatment that can be used on the arms, thighs, knees, stomach, and the butt. Thermage can also be used along the jawline and around the eyes.

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