AccuTite, FaceTite and BodyTite
AccuTite, FaceTite and BodyTite are non-invasive, advanced contouring systems, designed to lift and tighten small areas of the face and body – without the need for painful or extensive surgeries. These procedures used Radio-Frequency Assisted Lipolysis (RFAL) to liquify and remove fat.
What are AccuTite, FaceTite and BodyTite?
Using advanced technology from InMode, all three procedures deliver dramatic definition by contouring and tightening the face, neck and body. Each procedure is powered by Radio-Frequency Assisted Lipolysis (RFAL), which simultaneously liquefies and removes fat from targeted problem areas while tightening skin and improving natural skin elasticity.
InMode have been developing these non-invasive procedures since 2008; they are experts in providing the tools we need to offer patients effective body and face contouring through AccuTite, FaceTite and BodyTite.
While all of these procedures use the same technology, they are designed to target different areas:
- BodyTite: stomach, thighs, arms, neck, flanks, buttocks, chest.
- FaceTite: cheeks, chin, jawline.
- AccuTite: eyelids, under-eye area, eye brows, crow’s feet.
How does AccuTite, FaceTite and BodyTite work?
These procedures all utilise radio-frequency waves – which tighten skin and stimulate collagen production – combined with lipolysis – which uses lasers to break fat cells apart, reducing the volume of fatty tissue, and smooth and tighten treatment areas.
However, the specifics of how each procedure works are a little different:
Local anesthetic numbs the treatment area and a very small cannula is inserted. Using radio-frequency, fat cells are melted, adipose tissues removed and skin tightened to contour and add definition. Excess flat and fluids are then drained out through the cannula. The radio-frequency waves also stimulate collagen fibres beneath the skin, giving skin a toned, smoother look.
FaceTite works in a very similar way to BodyTite. Under local anesthetic, a very small cannula is inserted into the area of treatment on the face or neck. Using radio-frequency, fat cells are melted, adipose tissues removed and skin tightened to contour and add definition. Excess flat and fluids are then drained out through the cannula. The radio-frequency waves also stimulate collagen fibres beneath the skin, giving skin a toned, smoother look.
AccuTite uses an extremely tiny device for ultimate precision to tighten and tone very delicate areas of the face. Compared to BodyTite and FaceTite, AccuTite applied much lower amounts of radio-frequency energy to the skin tissue, to stimulate the production of collagen and liquefies fatty deposits to tighten skin and reduce the signs of ageing.
Who can benefit from AccuTite, FaceTite and BodyTite?
These procedures can be extremely beneficial for patients looking to smooth skin and define, contour and remove unwanted fat – without the invasive surgery, scarring or long recovery times that come with traditional treatments like liposuction for the body or a face lift for the face.
BodyTite can be particularly beneficial for those at or close to their ideal body weight, but who struggle with areas of the body that are resistant to working out and dieting.
AccuTite can be particularly beneficial to patients who require precision fat reduction or skin tightening, and are looking for a solution that can be done under local anesthesia in an office setting, in less than 20 minutes, without excessive surgery.
Yes. At RejuvLab, patient safety is paramount, and all AccuTite, FaceTite and BodyTite procedures are carried out by experienced doctors who will be there to advise you every step of the way.
Provided these procedures are administered correctly, they carry very few risks. If you have worries, chat with one of our doctors who can answer questions you may have.
While AccuTite, FaceTite and BodyTite treatments are very safe, they still carry some potential risks (as with any cosmetic procedure). Be sure to discuss this with one of our practitioners ahead of your treatment, especially as each procedure is different.
Treatment costs vary depending on the procedures chosen. To find out more about treatment costs, book a consultation with one of our practitioners now.