One of the newest skin treatments available, EMFACE has quickly become a popular treatment in the world of medical aesthetics. Patients who are looking to take years off of their faces have seen incredible results with this cutting-edge technology. As a newer treatment, patients are naturally curious about the details, such as how long it lasts.
The results of EMFACE
Since its inception, EMFACE has proven to be an incredibly effective treatment for various issues related to skin aging. After being tested in various studies, it was found that EMFACE produces remarkable anti-aging effects. Some of these findings include:
- A 37% reduction in wrinkles
- A 26% increase in collagen
- A 200% increase in elastin
- A 30% increase in muscle tone
More than 90% of test subjects reported improved volume in the face, and about a quarter of the patients reported an improvement in skin evenness. Last but not least, approximately 90% of patients reported better or similar results to neuromodulators (BOTOX, Dysport, Xeomin, etc).
In order to achieve full results, patients must undergo at least four EmFace sessions, which can last anywhere from 20 to 30 minutes and are usually spaced two to ten days apart.
How long do the results from EMFACE last?
The final results from EMFACE are usually perceivable at the 12-week mark. While further treatment prior to 12 weeks is not necessary, many patients choose to undergo the treatment more frequently to maximize its effects in the short term.
Generally speaking, these results last up to a year. One year is far longer than the results achieved with similar treatments, such as microcurrent. This is another factor that makes EMFACE preferable to other skin rejuvenation protocols.
What is the takeaway?
EMFACE is superior to other skin treatments in various ways. When considering both the technique used and the longevity of results, EMFACE delivers to a degree that older treatments simply cannot. As with any procedure, it is highly recommended that patients consult with a highly experienced physician prior to undergoing EMFACE or any other treatment. Consulting with a Dr. Halaas can help patients get a better idea of whether or not the treatment is right for them.