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V-Fixer by Fixer

What is Fixer?

It is a non-surgical and minimally invasive procedure. It combines two powerful treatments to improve the skin: microneedles and radiofrequency and this makes it the most successful technology among minimally invasive treatments.

It can be used for the care of the face and body, treating safely and without risk of deteriorating the epidermis. Improves skin imperfections such as spots, wrinkles, scars and even stretch marks. It allows the stretching of the skin without surgery and can also be used to eliminate excessive underarm sweating (hyperhidrosis).

How does it work?

It consists of fractionated radiofrequency cutaneous micro-puncture. By applying high-density energy to the different layers of the skin, the irradiation time of the radiofrequency is reduced, which decreases the treatment time, and thus causes less pain.

Fixer is the best option because its isolated needle system does not cause damage to the epidermis and requires minimal disability time.

hat are its benefits?

Fixer stimulates the natural production of collagen in the skin, which increases its rejuvenating effect. It helps reduce expression lines, repairing the skin pore by pore. This also improves the texture and uniformity of your skin tone. In the case of having deep and discolored acne scars, Fixer allows an improvement of up to 60%, reducing its visibility almost completely. In addition, it provides firmness and tension in the treated area.


What areas can be treated with Fixer?


  • on-surgical face lift.
  • -Acne scars caused by acne.
  • -Open pores treatment.
  • Facial rejuvenation: Superficial wrinkles and skin tightening.


  • Stretchmarks treatment.
  • Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating in armpits)
  • Neck and neckline lift.
  • Post-surgical scars treatment.

These procedures take 30 minutes to 1 hour depending on what it is. Topical or local anesthesia is used. Depending on the treatment, one or more sessions may be needed.