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What is Renuvion?

Renuvion is an innovative skin tightening procedure that uses Cold Atmosphere Plasma (CAP) to instantly tighten and rejuvenate loose skin. This treatment can produce consistent, significant tightening without requiring an extensive recovery.

Who is a good candidate?

This procedure is great for patients who experience mild to moderate skin excess who do not want scars, incisions or extended downtime. 

The Renuvion is a good option for people who are experiencing loose skin and are willing to have a more extensive surgery. It is still a surgical procedure that comes and is somewhat invasive. This option is good for patients who want amazing results with minimal discomfort or downtime. 

  • Abdomen

  • Breast 

  • Back

  • Arms

  • Thighs

  • Neck

​​How long does Renuvion last?

Similar to other skin tightening procedures, it depends on the individual. Some doctors have reported their patients seeing great results for years. 


What differentiates Renuvion?

The combination of the unique properties of cold helium plasma and the efficiency of radio frequency (RF) energy creates a high degree of precision with minimal thermal effect to surrounding tissue.

This procedure, is able to achieve consistent, significant tightening without the need for an extensive recovery. The Renuvion is able to both heat and cool due to the Plasma technology. Unlike other devices that only use heat, the Renuvion is able to contract tissue without worry about burning surrounding tissue.


The Renuvion is precise, efficient, safe and produces amazing results.

Is the Renuvion right for me?

Consult a T4E approved provider to determine if Renuvion is right for you.  If you are a good candidate for the procedure and are tired of your loose skin, then this procedure could be a good fit. You should make an appointment with a provider in your area and ask for a consultation. 

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