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The Emface Procedure: How this Non-Invasive Treatment is Transforming the Aesthetic Industry

The demand for non-invasive treatments is increasing as people look for fast, effective and pain-free solutions. Emface is a new and unique treatment that harnesses the power of radiofrequency and electrical stimulation to lift the face and rejuvenate the skin. Unlike traditional non-surgical treatments, Emface is gentle and requires no downtime, making it the perfect solution for busy lifestyles. Whether you’re looking to slow the ageing process, lift the jowls or simply improve skin texture, the Emface treatment is the ideal solution.


Understanding the Emface Procedure

The Emface procedure is a non-invasive facial treatment that uses a combination of synchronised RF and HIFES energies for the treatment of facial skin and muscles. As we age, our bodies produce less collagen, which leads to fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin.

Emface uses radiofrequency energy to heat the deeper layers of the skin, which stimulates collagen and elastin production.

The HIFES technology increases the density and quality of the muscles thereby restoring and elevating the facial tissue.

Advantages of the Emface Procedure over traditional non-surgical treatments
One of the biggest advantages of the Emface procedure over traditional non-surgical treatments is that it is quick to perform, and there is no recovery time. Emface treats both the facial skin and muscles in only 20 minutes and patients can return to their normal activities immediately after the treatment. Emface is a needle-free procedure that is safe and effective for all skin types and tones making it a very versatile treatment option.


Who is a good candidate for the Emface Procedure?

Emface is suitable for anyone wanting to improve the appearance of their skin and to slow the signs of ageing. Emface is not suitable for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. It is best to consult with the team at Shape Clinic in Sydney to determine if the Emface procedure is right for you.


What to expect during an Emface Procedure session

During an Emface session, you can expect to feel a warming sensation in the treatment area as well as a sensation like a facial muscle massage. Some patients report feeling a mild tingling sensation as well. However, the procedure itself is generally well-tolerated. After the procedure, your skin may be slightly pink, but this will subside within 15-30 minutes.


Recovery and aftercare tips for the Emface Procedure

Following an Emface treatment, you can resume your normal daily routine. There is no downtime required after an Emface treatment. We always advise you wear sunscreen and follow a skincare regime designed to support collagen production in the skin.



Is the Emface procedure painful?

No, the Emface procedure is pain-free. Some patients may experience mild discomfort during the procedure. Reading through the Emface reviews can provide more information about patient’s experience.


How long does the Emface procedure take?

The Emface procedure itself is 20 minutes but we allow 45 minutes.


How many Emface procedure sessions are required?

The standard protocol is 4 treatments each spaced 1 week apart.
At your initial consultation, your practitioner will determine whether you would need 4 treatments or benefit from 6.
Take a look at some of the Emface before and afters to get an idea of what to expect.


Is there any downtime required after the Emface procedure?

No, there is no downtime required after the Emface procedure.
Patients can return to their normal activities immediately after the procedure.


Emface is the first and only non-invasive, needle-free facial sculpting procedure. If you are interested in Emface in Sydney, please contact Shape Clinic to determine if the procedure is right for you.

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