Have you heard of the Evoke Treatment?
Many patients are looking into it after learning about what it does and some of its excellent results. Many are also wondering: is the Evoke Treatment basically like a non-invasive facelift?
Let’s first look at what the Evoke Treatment is.
The Evoke Treatment is a therapy that uses radiofrequency (or RF) energy. During the therapy, radiofrequency energy is applied to a patient’s facial areas. This method remodels the collagen and elastin in the layers underneath the surface layer of the skin. It’s a body contouring procedure, of sorts, though specifically for the face.
A neat thing about Evoke Treatment is that the device used to apply the radiofrequency energy is the only one of its nature to go almost completely hands-free during treatment. That’s just an added bonus.
The end result of the process of applying this RF energy to the facial areas is creating a more defined and lifted look to the patient’s features. As such, a patient may receive the benefits of a facelift without having to go under the knife. In other words, in many ways, it’s a non-invasive facelift.
More than just being non-invasive, the Evoke Treatment is fairly easy to receive. The heat produced by the radiofrequency does no damage to the skin in any way but it helps break down and disturb the fat in the area. The good news is that fat cells have no pain signals so patients will not feel them being destroyed.
The interesting benefit, too, is that with the Evoke Treatment, the patient’s body triggers a healing response. This will cause the body to produce new collagen, which will help to improve the skin’s appearance, as well.
The Evoke Treatment can be had at the Los Angeles-based RWA Center in Beverly Hills as its own package.
There’s also an exciting offer if you sign up with RWA Center as part of their weight loss program. When you have a consultation and then sign up to work the program, RWA Center will throw in three free Evoke Treatment sessions, which is valued at $3000.
To learn more about the Evoke Treatment or ask about the weight loss program, call RWA Center at (310) 407-0542 and we can talk you through it.