Stimulates the formation of new collagen and improves the skin’s elasticity for long-lasting and remarkable results
The FORMA laser for loose skin uses radio frequency energy to lift and tighten the skin. It stimulates the body’s own collagen to plump up areas and improve skin elasticity.
FORMA can be used on both the face and body. Commonly treated areas on the face include: forehead, crow’s feet, upper eyelids, lower eyelids, nasolabial folds, jowls, smile lines and neck. On the body, popular treatments consist of the arms (bat wings), abdomen and other areas that may need contraction
No anesthesia or downtime
Short session times
Cumulative results over 3-5 sessions
FORMA technology is the superior choice for the treatment of wrinkles. Forma stimulates the formation of new collagen and improves the skin’s elasticity for long-lasting and remarkable results. The radio frequency current flows between the electrodes to provide a comfortable thermal experience, without concerns of hot spots or undertreatment. Built-in temperature controls allow for the attainment of clinically proven optimal epidermal temperatures. In addition, FORMA has the exclusive capacity for prolonged exposure at therapeutic temperatures, which can be reached quickly and uniformly.
Will it hurt?
Forma is an essentially painless procedure with no downtime due to its precise technology and deep-layer targeting of the skin. Slight redness in the treatment area is common post- procedure, which subsides within a few hours. Forma is quite different from previous radio frequency tightening systems which were painful with no ability to ascertain or control effective temperature levels.
How does it work?
The radio frequency current flows between the electrodes to provide a comfortable thermal experience, without concerns of hot spots or under-treatment. Built-in temperature controls make sure the skin is heated to a clinically responsive temperature without the risk of getting too hot.
Safety at the forefront
Forma has a temperature sensor built into the hand piece which reads skin surface temperature 1000 times per second in real time.
Software algorithm controls RF delivery. The “cut off temperature” feature reduces RF energy automatically when the hand piece senses that the required skin temperature has been reached.
FORMA WITH MICHELLE STAFFORD AND DR. J. LAYKE
One of the biggest stars in daytime television, Michelle Stafford of General Hospital and Y&R, is taking steps to ensure that her close-ups remains flawless.
Millions of fans know Michelle Stafford as Nina on “General Hospital” or Phyliss from “The Young and Restless”. Emmy award winning actress Michelle Stafford takes us on her journey of getting Forma with Dr. John Layke on ExtraTV, reaching over 2 million viewers. She is used to the spotlight and wants to make sure that she looks her very best at all times. Michelle is thrilled with the results, “It actually feels really, really good.”