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Venus nano-fractional radio frequency net

Have you heard of Venus Viva (Skin Resurfacing & Tightening)?

CO2 lasers were formerly the industry standard for skin resurfacing, but they also came with a lot of discomfort and recovery times that could continue for several weeks, if not longer.

Thankfully we now have the Venus Viva which offers skin resurfacing which achieves the same outcomes with substantially less discomfort and downtime

The Venus Viva skin resurfacing procedures are safe for all skin tones, in contrast to lasers, which are only effective on people with light complexions. Tiny pins used in these skin resurfacing procedures safely transmit heat through the skin’s surface using nano fractional radio frequency.

Small micro dermal wounds are produced as a result, which the body normally cures. This procedure fixes skin damage visible on the skin’s surface, and can be used alongside the DiamondPolar applicator, which works to further diminish lines and wrinkles.

To generate even heat beneath the skin’s surface, the DiamondPolar applicator employs pulsed electromagnetic fields and multi-polar radio frequency technology. This procedure aids in the growth of collagen and elastin fibres organically, giving rise to smoother, firmer skin that appears noticeably more youthful.

To speak to our team and find out more about this treatment and to see if it’s right for you, book a free consultation with our team today.

Our Opening Hours

Monday:10am - 6pm
Tuesday:10am - 6pm
Wednesday:10am - 6pm
Thursday:10am - 6pm
Friday:10am - 6pm
Saturdays are by appointment only. Consultations and treatments will be by appointment only - clinic opening hours may vary from those stated above

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01252 960222

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Fabelle Aesthetics
Registered address: Wellness House, 21c East Street, Farnham, Surrey, GU9 7SD
Tel: 01252 960222

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