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Exilis provides fast and effective skin tightening as well as treatment of wrinkles and rhytids, with visible results often after the first session. Virtually any area can be treated thanks to the precisely engineered applicator. Work without limits- there is no need for any further accessories. Real time skin temperature monitoring means the ability to deliver maximum power to a desired depth without discomfort.

  • System intelligence automatically eliminates energy peaks, preventing discomfort
  • Reach therapeutic temperatures rapidly
  • Deliver more energy over ashorter timeperiod with minimized risk of skin burns

During the session, the Exilis computer-controlled device is guided over the treatment area. You feel a warming sensation as the energy is delivered to the deeper layers of skin. Exilis focuses the energy on the specific treatment areas at the targeted depth of penetration. By causing the collagen supporting tissues to remodel, Exilis stimulates and strengthens the collagen network to improve skin laxity and texture.

Some pinkness on the treated area may show and last for about 15-30 minutes after the Exilis treatment. It is recommended that you drink more water on the day of the treatment and on the following day, and engage in light exercise to enhance results.

Besides that, there have been no significant side effects reported with Exilis treatment.

Exilis is recommended for any patient between the ages of 25 and 70+ who desires cosmetic improvement. Exilis treatment offers cosmetic improvement without surgery.

Four to sixsessions at a rate of one every two weeks are usually recommended. You can have additional treatments if desired.Patients usually show continued results for at least six months after the Exilis treatment.

Exilis has been tested in clinical studies and proven to be safe and effective. It has been cleared by the FDA in the U.S. for use in dermatological and aesthetic procedures with indications for non-invasive treatment of wrinkles and rhytids.

Posted: 29th July, 2022
Written By: Ryan Towart
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