Radio Frequency is Hot. Meet Venus Freeze

If I told you that Venus Freeze could help you slim down and tighten up, would you believe me? Thanks to the patient review system at, it’s not really a moot question. In unprecedented numbers, real patients are reporting a 100% approval rating level as of today’s date, and that speaks volumes given that Botox, both proven and accepted for results, has an approval rating of 66%.


Venus Freeze is an FDA-ok’d non-surgical treatment that uses radio frequency energy and pulsed magnetic technology to minimize cellulite, tighten loose skin and improve the quality of collagen and elastin within the skin. The result is smoother, firmer skin over time. Like many non-surgical aesthetic treatments, results are had over multiple sessions. With Venus Freeze 6 to10 may be necessary to achieve the results you’re looking for.


Although the technology’s name suggests that inches can be lost via a cooling method, Venus Freeze actually operates under the exact opposite mechanism. "It has nothing to do with cold. It's actually heat," Dr. Harold Lancer told ABC’s Chicago affiliate in the recently published story, “Venus Freeze Surgery-Free Cosmetic Procedure.”


Described in the story as heating fat cells to 107℉ in a matter of minutes, this Beverly Hills dermatologist, told ABC Chicago that Venus Freeze "Doesn't involve needles, there is no blood, there's no down time.” Dr. Lancer also described is as feeling like a “warm massage” and that “people actually like it."


While Venus Freeze sound attractive on its own, it’s also being used synergistically with surgical procedures to minimize downtime and maximize results. Whether it’s liposuction or a facelift, radio frequency 1 week post-surgery can help to stave off excess bruising, reduce swelling and tighten skin.


As for those happy patients reporting their experience and results with Venus Freeze on, here are the specific treatments they’re proud to say they’ve had, and would recommend for you too: