RF is a clinical treatment, and it feels like one. I had a thick layer of conducting gel applied to my skin – this helps the RF waves penetrate the deeper layers of the skin. It’s not unpleasant, but it’s no aromatherapy oil. There’s a lot of beeping as the machine gets to work on sculpting and lifting. It can feel a little like you’re at the dentist.
This is why I’m seriously hooked on radiofrequency facials
I’m going to call it and say I’ve tried pretty much every facial treatment going. Largely because I’m curious, but also, it’s good to be able to offer advice to friends on what to try based on their skin concerns (once ‘less rosé’ has been ruled out). Next up, we’re talking radiofrequency – the facial that uses heat and light to target the skin. The goal? To steer clear of botox and fillers, but still get that tighter, fresher looking skin.
By Liz Hambleton