What is the Exilis procedure? How does it work?
During the session, the Exilis device, controlled by a computerized system, is led to the treatment area. Patients notice a feeling of heat while energy is delivered to the deeper layers of the skin. The ability to focus energy on specific areas and the depth of penetration desired makes Exilis a highly effective aesthetic solution. The device activates a cooling system to heat the deepest tissues while constant skin temperature monitoring makes the treatment more safe and comfortable. To influence positively the surface layers of the skin, redefine skin laxity and deep wrinkles Exilis uses only controlled heating and in absolute safety. Exilis reloads the collagen in the tissue, thus remodelling the tissues and improving skin tone, with a stimulating and strengthening effect.
The recommended treatment generally consists of at least six sessions, one per week. You can undergo further treatments if you want. Patients show persistent results at least six months after Exilis treatment.
Exilis has been tested by clinical trials using thermal and histological examinations that have demonstrated its efficacy and safety. Exilis is licensed by the FDA in the United States for use in dermatological and aesthetic medical procedures, with indications for the non-invasive treatment of wrinkles and skin laxity.
A rare redness on the treated area may last for about 15 to 30 minutes. Patients must increase their intake of water on the day of treatment and the next day and should engage in light physical exercises like walking, in order to improve aesthetic results.
No significant side effects were reported with Exilis.
Exilis is suggested for all patients aged 25 to 70+ who want aesthetic improvement, especially for those areas of the body showing signs of ageing, unhealthy lifestyle and did not respond to other treatment modalities. Exilis treatment offers a remarkable improvement without necessarily undergoing surgery.