What is Venus Viva RF?
Venus Viva Radio-frequency uses an advanced, breakthrough technology to tighten and lift the skin of the face and neck. It is especially good at improving the appearance and severity of acne scars. Venus Viva RF employs an advanced radio frequency array, specially designed to resurface and tighten the skin, reducing the appearance of scars, stretch marks, striae, rosacea, dyschromia, deep wrinkles, enlarged pores, and uneven skin texture and pigmentation. It can achieve results comparable to a fractional laser resurfacing device.
How does Venus Viva Work?
Venus Viva RF tip is one of the largest spot sizes in the industry and delivers up to 700 pulses.
Energy is distributed through small footprint per pin (160 x 38 µm2) at variable energy densities in a single tip, reducing the risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH)1 and leaving sufficient intact tissue in between, for faster wound healing, uniform post-treatment tissue appearance, and low downtime.
SmartScan™ uses a unique algorithm and pattern selection technology that enables the operator to generate customized patterns for maximum flexibility and control during the treatment
What are the benefits of Venus Viva RF?
A published clinical study showed that four weeks after the last treatment, total surface area, length, and width of striae alba significantly decreased from the baseline (p < 0.001). Patient satisfaction scores of “Satisfied” and “Very Satisfied” for changes on texture, size, and overall improvement were 96.67%, 93.94%, and 96.97%, respectively.
Another peer-reviewed clinical study showed that NanoFractional RF™ is effective in improving skin texture and pigmentation.
1. Ponqgsrihadulchai N, Chalermchai T, Ophaswongse S, Pongsawat S, Udompataikul M. An efficacy and safety of nanofractional radiofrequency for the treatment of striae alba. J Cosmet Dermatol. 2016; 1-7.
2. Hongcharu W, Gold M. Expanding the clinical application of fractional radiofrequency treatment: Findings on rhytides, hyperpigmentation, rosacea, and acne redness. J Drugs Dermatol. 2015 Nov; 14(11): 611-17.