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Thermage FLX

Thermage, offered at Skinspire Laser & Skin Clinic, is one of the world’s most trusted non-surgical “facelift” and body tightening options. This rejuvenating treatment addresses the visible signs of aging and takes age prevention to the next level.

Smooth Skin

Firms skin and boosts collagen, encouraging natural improvement.

No Downtime

You can resume normal routine immediately after Thermage treatment. Suitable for all skin types and colors.

Non Invasive

Safer and less painful than surgical cosmetic procedures like facelifts.

Lasting Result

Results get better with time and last longer with regular skin rejuvenation.

Results that Matter

Thermage uses radiofrequency energy to tighten and lift skin. It improves fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin by stimulating collagen production, resulting in a more youthful appearance. The results vary per individual, with some experiencing immediate results and others seeing it within six months.

What Is Thermage?

Thermage is a non-invasive procedure that tightens and contours skin. It stimulates collagen regrowth, resulting in smoother, more youthful-looking skin. The treatment uses radiofrequency technology, reaching all skin layers and can be used on several areas of the body, such as the face, eyelids, hands, and neck. Thermage has a unique feature that keeps patients comfortable and protects the skin from damage, by cooling the surface of the skin while heating underlying layers.

How it works?

Thermage tightens and contours skin using radiofrequency technology to promote collagen growth. It can be used on multiple body parts, including the face, eyelids, hands, and neck. The procedure is comfortable as it heats the underlying skin while cooling the surface, protecting it from damage.

Area Total pulses
450 pulses
Full Face + Neck
900 pulses in total
Body Area
500 pulses
Eyes + Full Face + Neck
1350 pulses in total
Eyes + Body Area
950 pulses in total

Authorized Thermage provider

Skinspire Laser&Skin Clinic is an authorized thermage provider

Benefits of Thermage

Thermage tightens skin without surgery, great for those who can’t have surgery or prefer non-invasive treatments.

Firmer and tighter skin

Softened lines and wrinkles, including crow’s feet and forehead lines

Smoother skin texture

Improved jawline definition

Reduction in the appearance of acne and acne scars


Thermage FLX® can give you good results in 2 to 6 months with just one treatment. Your improved skin could last between 1 to 2 years, based on your age and skin quality.

The Thermage FLX® system has a feature that vibrates on your skin to make you more comfortable during treatment. When the device touches your skin, you will feel a brief heating sensation. After that, you will feel a cooling sensation that protects your skin and makes you more comfortable.

Thermage does not affect the skin’s outer layers so there are minimal side effects or risks. There may be some mild swelling or redness after the procedure but it will subside within 48 hours.

Thermage is safe during breastfeeding but is not recommended during pregnancy due to the use of radio-wave technology.

Most people see improvement after one Thermage treatment, but some choose to have more sessions for better results. Collagen production increases over time, so it may take several months to see the full effect. Be patient and wait for the full results.

Redness: Some people experience temporary redness or minor swelling at the treatment site immediately following the procedure. This usually subsides within a few hours to a day.

Tingling or Tenderness: You might feel a tingling sensation or mild tenderness in the treated area. This is usually temporary and resolves on its own.

Rare Bruising or Blistering: While uncommon, bruising or blistering may occur. It’s crucial to follow the post-treatment care instructions provided by your healthcare professional to minimize these risks.

Changes in Pigmentation: In rare cases, there have been reports of temporary changes in pigmentation, such as hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation. These changes are typically temporary, but it’s important to discuss these potential risks with your provider.