Venus Freeze

is a non-invasive treatment that combines Radio Frequency (RF) and Magnetic Pulses into a technology called (MP)². This unique combination has the ability to access deeply, comfortably, and safely into the skin in order to achieve optimum results.

Venus Freeze skin tightening procedures are effective in circumference reduction, improving cellulite, and reducing the appearance of wrinkles. Our promise is to provide you with a safe, pleasant, pain-free experience in treatments for the body and face parts including arms, abdomen, thighs, buttocks, neck and face.


Who Are Skin Tightening Treatments For?

Venus Freeze treatments are for anyone who feels that their appearance could be slightly improved.

In this clip from The Doctors, plastic surgeon, Dr. Andrew Ordon performs a Venus Freeze treatment on Jennifer, a former swimsuit model, who had been disheartened by the lack of results from diet and exercise. Jennifer said that after her pregnancy, her stomach just wouldn’t “go back to normal.” After only a couple treatments, the results are astonishing. It’s important to remember that treatments vary person to person and that individual results may vary.

Results May Vary

Results May Vary

What Is Venus Freeze?

Venus Freeze procedures use pulsed magnetic fields and radio frequency to consistently and uniformly heat the skin from the inside out, without the threat of laser burns. The collagen fibres heat up resulting in tightened skin.

Venus Freeze treatments are non-invasive and painless, with many patients comparing the treatment to a hot-stone massage! The treatment is also very quick and effortless– only 15 minutes for the face and 40 minutes for the body. You will love the results when you see them! To learn more or see if Venus Freeze is right for you, please contact us or call us at 910-239-5905. If you have any questions about the safety of the procedure, click here to learn about skin tightening safety.

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Do the procedures hurt?

Answer: Since it’s a minimally-invasive procedure, you won’t experience much pain at all. There may be some slight discomfort from the freezing but that will go away shortly as the numbing starts.

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