Accent XL (Radiofrequency)

The accent radiofrequency is one the most advanced technology available in aesthetic medicine. It works through the emission of electromagnetic waves that reaches the deepest layers of the dermis, producing a controlled global warming at different layers, increasing the local blood circulation, stimulating the lymphatic drainage, also stimulating the growth of collagen fibers and the elimination of fat cells, achieving this way a lasting thigtening effect with a decrease of cellulite and a global improvement in the skin appearence.

You can treat face, neck, low, chest, buttocks, stomach, waist, flanks, arms, thighs.

It’s a harmless treatment, hardly produces a blush of the treated zone. After treatment the patient can return to his normal life.

Number of sessions required:

It depends on each case, it begins with 6 to 8 sessions being enough pretty often. They’re done between 15 days at least. The time it takes depends on the number of treated zones.

Results began to be noticed:

In most cases beween the second and third month of treatment, but since the first sessions the patient notes an improvement in the appearence of the skin, as well as increase lymphatic circulation, feeling legs lighter.

What to do after each meeting:

After treatment you can return to your activities.

It’s suggested to take plenty of fluid afterwards, to facilitate the lymphatic circulation and help to eliminate the fat cells that have been destroyed.

Zones that can be treated:

You can treat thighs, buttocks, knee, stomach, waist, flanks, arms, back, neck, chest and face.

Treatments with which can be combined:

  • Mesotherapy
  • Massages
  • Electrostimulator
  • Press boots

In the face with:

  • Mesolifting
  • Botulinum toxin
  • Fillers
  • Microdermabrassion


  • After pregnancy
  • After weight loss
  • Flaccidity due to aging
  • After liposculpture
  • After lifting
  • After the summer to repare solar damage


  • Pregnancy
  • Nursing
  • Collagen diseases
  • Peacemaker
  • Heart failure
  • Diastasis of abdominal muscles