EndyMed Skin Tightening
For most people, looking good and feeling young is a high priority. We all want smoother skin, fewer wrinkles, reduced cellulite and firmer body contours. At Sanctuary Cosmetic Center, we offer Endymed 3Deep for skin tightening, body contouring and tightening, and fractionated skin resurfacing.
EndyMed 3DEEP works by using safe and effective radio frequency energy to gradually heat the deep skin layers. The heat has an effect similar to shrink wrapping a gift with a blow dryer—it shrinks the collagen bands to lift and tighten your skin. There is no damage to the skin surface or to the deep layers. The process is comfortable and has no down time. You may immediately resume your daily activities.
You may purchase packages of 6 or 8 treatments, depending on the body part you want to affect. Appointments are generally scheduled weekly for the best results; and a maintenance treatment 1-2 times a year is all that is needed to optimize your results.
While Endymed definitely provides a tighter and lifted appearance, it is ultimately not a surgical result. Often this is perfect for patients who aren’t ready for surgery and simply prefer this alternative. It’s excellent for the beginning appearance of jowling and loose neck skin.
3DEEP treatments can help you look as young as you feel – with long lasting results you can trust, painlessly, and for any type of skin. There is no down time, the procedure is non-invasive, non-surgical, very affordable, and the results are immediate and long lasting! Areas we can treat include face, neck, arms, thighs, abdomen, love handles and buttocks.
Schedule a complimentary consultation with one of our board-certified cosmetic surgeons for cosmetic surgery, eyelid surgery, lasers, skin tightening, Botox, fillers, Aesthetician services or medical-grade skin care recommendations. We have three convenient locations in McLean, Reston, and Dulles serving the Northern Virginia areas of Tysons Corner, Great Falls, Arlington, Reston, Ashburn, Sterling, South Riding, Middleburg, Warrenton and Aldie, Virginia.