Radiofrequency (RF)

A Renew Classic Treatment
At Renew Medical Aesthetics we use the Viora® Reaction Machine for Radio frequency treatments

Viora Reaction, is an incredible skin firming treatment that stimulates the body’s natural regeneration mechanism to tighten skin. The treatment combines advanced radiofrequency (RF) with vacuum therapy to both tighten skin and target stubborn fat pockets, including cellulite.



Radiofrequency treatments help achieve a more youthful looking complexion by stimulating your body’s existing collagen and elastin fibres. Viora Reaction employs radiofrequency waves to reach right down into the subcutaneous layers of our skin, directly heating up fat cells that contribute toward cellulite. This intense heat helps to increase metabolism in these superficial adipocytes as well diffusion rates of oxygen.


Vacuum therapy

Viora’s techniques are designed to deliver an intense, targeted treatment that penetrates deep into the skin. Vacuum therapies help facilitate better lymphatic drainage and improve elasticity of connective tissue between fat cells which results in younger-looking skin.


Viora Reaction radiofrequency is a fantastic non-surgical solution for

  • Reducing the appearance of cellulite
  • Tightening sagging skin
  • Body contouring
  • Uneven skintone


Radiofrequency can be used to target

  • Thighs
  • Bum
  • Stomach
  • Arms
  • Face

Pure Radio Frequency alone is primarily used to treat skin laxity by facial tightening, and is best suited to patients with mild to moderate sagging of facial tissues. Treatments can be used to treat excess pockets of fat on the stomach, hips and thighs, reduce cellulite and tighten saggy skin caused by weight loss or pregnancy. The treatment is very safe and has minimal downtime.

What does a cellulite/fat pocket treatment feel like?

The treatment is simple and comfortable, and may resemble the sensation of a deep tissue massage. We use a treatment applicator that is moved across the treatment area in slow, concentrated motions.

How many cellulite/fat pocket treatment sessions will I need?

A treatment course of 4-8 sessions is recommended for optimal results; however it is important to keep in mind that response to treatment varies from person to person, as do the results. Your practitioner will be able to establish a proper treatment guideline that suits your profile.

What does the skin tightening treatment feel like?

During the treatment, you will experience dual sensations of hot and cold temperatures on the surface of your skin. The integrated skin cooling mechanism ensures that the temperature of your skin is maintained throughout the treatment duration.

How many skin tightening treatment sessions will I need?

A treatment course of 3-6 sessions is recommended for optimal results, however response to treatment varies from person to person. Your practitioner will be able to establish a proper treatment guideline that suits your profile.

What does the treatment involve?

During the initial consultation, your practitioner will perform a test spot procedure to ensure suitability for treatment and determine the optimum treatment settings. Depending on the intended application, gel or oil will be applied to the treated area and the relevant applicator will be used to determine comfort and skin response. After the evaluation is complete and assuming suitability for treatment, the practitioner will schedule the treatment course.

How effective are the treatments?

The cellulite and body contouring treatments have generated exceptional results, as early as the fist treatment. Patients have recorded a firmer and smoother appearance post treatment, with visible results. The skin tightening procedure has also been very successful in improving the appearance of deep folds, wrinkles and sagging skin.

How much does Radiofrequency treatment cost?

Renew’s Radiofrequency treatment prices are varied and depend upon the number of area/s being treated.

Are you interested in Radio-Frequency and would like to book an appointment or a FREE consultation within our Cheshire Clinic?