Thermage is perfect for lifting and tightening the skin and can be used anywhere on the face and body. Thermage is very effective in smoothing, contouring and body shaping whilst improving the tone and texture of the skin.


By having a Thermage treatment you are going to achieve overall naturally younger looking skin without the need of having injectables or surgery.


Most patients who have had a Thermage treatment will get the following results:

  • Smoother, tighter skin with less sagging
  • Redefined contours along the jaw line and under the chin
  • Softening of wrinkles and fine lines around the mouth, eyes and forehead
  • Tightening of sagging skin under the chin.
  • Soothing and tightening around the eyes and eyelids and hooding.


How does it work?


Thermage uses Radiofrequency technology to safely heat the deep layers of the skin, stimulating our existing collagen promoting new collagen growth to reveal younger looking skin.


How many will I need?


Thermage is usually a one off treatment or although it may be repeated after a year or two for maximum results. The effects from a Thermage treatment continue to improve for up to six months following the initial single treatment. Results can last for years depending on your skin condition and natural ageing process.


Involved downtime: There is no downtime involved associated with Thermage.

About Skin & Collagen Treatments at Preface


Collagen is the scaffolding of the skin and connects the muscles for facial expression to the overlying skin. As we age, the collagen tends to degenerate and lose its elasticity allowing facial skin to sag and form wrinkle lines. Preface has several treatments available to allow regeneration of collagen.


At Preface, we have a wide range of skin & collagen treatments for you to chose from, depending on your trouble areas or your beautification goals. These include, Pelleve, Thermage, Platelet Rich Plasma (Regen ACR), Omnilux Lights, Photodynamic Therapy (PDT), Dermasweep Microdermabrasion and Dermapen Advanced Skin Needling.