How it works

  • The electrical energy of RF is converted into thermal energy by the resistance encountered in the skin
  • RF ensures a volumetric tissue heating at variable depth
  • The goal range for heating the dermis is up to 65°C–75°C (149-167°F) in the literature, while the temperature of the epidermis should not exceed 42°C–45°C (107-113°F)*. At this temperature, it is known that stimulated fibroblast activity results in the natural production of HA, elastin and collagen fibres leading to clinical “tightening” and “rejuvenation”**

    *M Görgü et al, – Radiofrequency: Review of Literature, Turkish J Plast Surg. 2019 **S W Dunbar et al. – Radiofrequency in Cosmetic Dermatology: An Update, J Drugs Dermatol. 2015

    TriPollar® electrical field simulation vs Bipolar electrical field simulation

Principle of TriPollar®


Key Benefits

Immediate results visible from the first treatment
Clinically proven long-lasting results 6-8 months
Uses low power – patients report a very pleasant experience


  • No need for skin cooling
  • Easy to perform treatment
  • Suitable for all skin types