Is there a nonsurgical facelift?

Social media platforms like Instagram and Snapchat have made people very interested in how they look in ‘selfies’, and that’s partly why facial rejuvenation procedures are now booming. However, although a surgical facelift remains popular, more patients are asking the question – Is there a non-surgical facelift?

Profound non-surgical facelift

Profound RF is an effective non-surgical facial rejuvenation treatment that lifts and firms sagging skin on the face and neck. Profound RF is an energy-based face lifting solution that uses radiofrequency (RF) energy and microneedling, to rejuvenate the skin.

How can Profound RF improve the appearance of your skin?

The Profound RF procedure addresses several signs of aging including sagging cheeks, jowls, and nasolabial folds. The body produces less collagen and elastin over time, and without these key building blocks, the skin loses firmness and elasticity. Profound stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, which help firm the skin, and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. They also restore the skin’s youthful appearance.

How does the Profound non-surgical facelift work?

Local anesthesia is administered at the start to minimize any discomfort. The Profound system emits temperature controlled RF energy that is delivered to the deep dermis of the skin via microscopic needles. This triggers a healing response that causes the body to build new collagen.

Is there any downtime after Profound?

There may be some redness, bruising, and swelling in the treated area after the procedure, but patients can typically resume normal activities right away.

Patients can expect to see the best results of Profound RF about 3 months after treatment.

Would you like to learn more about profound RF? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the greater Denver, CO area, Colorado Skin and Vein in Denver, CO is our featured practice.

You can reach them at, or by calling (720) 594-5063.

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