ReAction® By Viora

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The Best Way To Reduce Cellulite & Tighten Skin

By Nadiv Shapira, MD, Medical Director, First State Vein & Laser Med-Spa

 

Do you want to turn back time painlessly and effortlessly? Are you looking for firmer, tighter, younger looking skin? ReAction® can give you just what you are looking for.  ReAction® treatments are completely non-invasive and pain-free. There is no downtime at all – you can continue your usual routine directly upon leaving your treatment session.

Reaction® is a non-invasive, safe, effective device combining the use of radiofrequency (RF) energy and vacuum to provide treatments for skin tightening, cellulite reduction, and body & facial contouring.

Reaction® can be used to treat the entire body, including face (jowls, cheeks, brows, forehead, upper and lower lips), neck, décolleté, arms, stomach, buttocks, and inner and outer thighs.

How ReAction® Works for Skin Tightening?

RF energy heats the skin and stimulates collagen synthesis to strengthen existing collagen fibers for significant improvement in skin laxity, sagginess and skin texture. The tightening procedure uses a built-in cooling mechanism and applied cooling gel for maximum comfort.

How ReAction® Works for Contouring and Cellulite Reduction?

RF energy targets enlarged fat pockets to reduce fat cell volume and increase the metabolism while the vacuum mechanism increases blood circulation and lymphatic drainage.  Treatments are simple and comfortable and resemble deep tissue stimulation combined with gentle suctioning of the skin.

Testimonial

“The day after my first treatment session on my buttocks, I left like I had just completed a real workout.  My skin felt tight and the whole area just felt stronger and firmer.  I love it already.  I can’t wait to see what will happen in my next treatments.”         – Elisa, age 30

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