Australians hoping to get a Kardashian glow are set to rejoice, as the secret skin treatment Kim swears by is launching Down Under.
The billionaire beauty mogul, 41, recently claimed she’s never had filler or a face lift, and swears by lasers and non-surgical treatments to keep her youthful looks.
And now in an Australian-first, one of her favourite treatments, Morpheus8, is being launched on the EmpowerRF platform by Australian aesthetics company InMode – and is being rolled out in aesthetics clinics across the country.
A full face and neck session will typically set you back around $1,200.
Australians hoping to get a Kardashian glow are set to rejoice, as the secret skin treatment Kim swears by is launching Down Under. Kim is pictured getting skin treatment
In an Australian-first, one of her favourite treatments, Morpheus8, is being launched by a New South Wales aesthetics company – meaning it will soon be in aesthetics clinics across the country (before left, and right after of the treatment)
The cutting-edge technology – dubbed the ‘non-surgical facelift’ – removes the need for fillers and Botox by using fractional radio frequency, including micro-needling at the deepest layer possible on the face and body.
It’s the only technology that uses radiofrequency and micro-needling to go 8mm deep in the skin.
It is used for skin rejuvenation as it tightens and stimulates collagen, improves skin texture, fine lines, wrinkles, acne and scarring.
Other fans of the treatment, which is just one of several applicators on the EmpowerRF women’s wellness platform, include Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Rinna, Paula Abdul, Julie Murray and Amanda Holden
The cutting-edge technology – dubbed the ‘non-surgical facelift’ – removes the need for fillers and Botox by using fractional radio frequency, including micro-needling at the deepest layer possible on the face and body. Before and after pictured
Kim often posted about laser treatments with LA-based plastic surgeon Dr. Ashkan Ghavami (pictured left and right)
What is Morpheus8?
Morpheus8 is used for treatment of fine lines and wrinkles, acne scars, pore size reduction, overall skin concerns, face and body remodelling in areas such as the abdomen, thighs, flanks and buttocks.
It uses radio frequency and micro-needling to stimulate collagen production.
Numbing cream is applied, then 24 needles, measuring up to 8mm and attached to a hand- held probe, stamp painlessly, delivering radio frequency and stimulation.
Two treatments one month apart are all that’s needed, and results are permanent. Initial tightening is evident and the results peak at six months.
It’s the only technology that uses radiofrequency and micro-needling to go 8mm deep in the skin and can be used on the face and body – picture a before and after treatment on the stomach
Dennis Cronje, Managing Director of InMode Australia – which provides the new technology to clinicians – told FEMAIL: ‘The Morpheus8 applicator is InMode’s hero treatment available on Empower RF and is sometimes referred to as a ‘non-surgical facelift’.
In a world-first, InMode has gone a step further developing Morpheus8V to help women around the world strengthen and tidy up ‘down there’ with incontinence affecting one in four women – there is nothing else like it worldwide
‘Morpheus8 uses fractional radio frequency to contour, lift and tighten the skin and has the ability to target tissue sequentially at three levels, in millisecond intervals,’ says Mr Cronje.
‘This allows for a significant reduction in treatment times, minimises skin injury, increases treatment uniformity, and enables customised full body fractional procedures.
‘There is very little downtime needed.’
Other stars that have undergone the transformation include British tennis Ace Andy Murray’s superstar mother Judy Murray, who last year spent £4,500 (AU$7,801) on the non-surgical facelift procedure which made her look ’10 years younger’.
The 61-year-old tennis coach from Scotland told how her skin had become badly damaged and wrinkled after years of playing sport outside and watching Andy and Jamie compete at summer tournaments.
Judy Murray, 61, has undergone three micro-needling and radio frequency treatment appointments in Glasgow since January 2020 in order to look ‘over 10 years younger (pictured before, left and now right)
A picture chart highlights the difference in Judy’s skin between her first appointment in January 2020, to her second in March 2020, her third in July (centre) and how her skin has held up since (right)
But her complexion has been transformed thanks to Dr Judy Todd, one of the UK’s top aesthetic clinicians. Over the past year Judy has secretly attended three appointments at Dr Todd’s Synergy Clinic in Glasgow to undergo the latest micro-needling and radio frequency treatment called Morpheous8, costing £1,500 per session.
In a world-first, InMode has gone a step further developing Morpheus8V to help women around the world strengthen and tidy up ‘down there’ with incontinence affecting one in four women – there is nothing else like it worldwide.
The fast and effective fractional radiofrequency handpiece has also just launched in Australia – it’s already recognised as a treatment for incontinence in the US, Canada, Israel and the UK, where it is being trialled by the NHS.
It delivers bipolar RF energy up to 3mm in depth (also on external vaginal areas) through a matrix of 24 thin gold-coated pins intravaginally to provide the collagen boost for incontinence, loss of vaginal collagen (vulvovaginal atrophy), and vaginal muscle relaxation symptoms (collapsed pelvic floors) increasing lubrication and renewed thickness, strengthen and tone in the vaginal walls and labia.