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Exion Fractional RF is a cutting-edge cosmetic and dermatological treatment that harnesses the power of Fractional Radiofrequency (RF) technology to rejuvenate and enhance the appearance of the skin.

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It’s suitable for the following concerns:

Fine Lines
Loose/Sagging Skin
Acne Scars
Skin Texture
Skin Tone

Face/Neck/Décolletage/Hands/Abdomen/Thighs and Buttocks/Back/Knees and Elbows

Exion Fractional RF is generally suitable for all skin types and delivers controlled energy to the skin's deeper layers, stimulating collagen production and promoting a smoother, firmer, and more youthful complexion.

"This treatment was so easy, quick, and painless! It helped me get rid of these acne scars on my face that I’ve had for years. It also lessened the deep lines on my neck. Highly recommend this treatment to everyone."

Nina M.

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It provides remarkable skin rejuvenation results without the need for surgical procedures or extensive downtime.


The treatment can be used on various areas of the body, including the face, neck, décolletage, and hands.

Collagen Stimulation

It stimulates the body's natural collagen production, promoting long-term skin improvements.


The Answers You Need

How long is an Exion Fractional RF session?

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Does it hurt?

Patients may experience a warm or tingling sensation during the procedure, but numbing cream is typically applied beforehand to help minimize discomfort.

What is the recovery afterward like?

After the treatment, patients can expect some redness, mild swelling, and possibly slight skin flaking, similar to a sunburn. However, these side effects are usually temporary and resolve within a few days.

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