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As you grow older, the gradual loss of collagen and elastin makes your skin look old, wrinkled, and drawn down. The problem is compounded by excess fat tissues that lead to bulges of fat with sagging skin. Exilis is currently the world’s leading FDA-approved, non-surgical, and non-invasive treatment for skin tightening and fat reduction. This procedure uses radiofrequency energy to reduce fat tissues and encourage collagen production, making you look leaner and tighter.  Contact Engineered Aesthetics, one of the foremost providers of Exilis treatments in Nevada, to discuss your fat reduction and skin tightening options.

What is Exilis?

Exilis is a cutting-edge monopolar radiofrequency technology that non-invasively treats excess fat tissues, skin laxity, and wrinkles. Exilis reverses the signs of aging by encouraging collagen production under the skin tissues, which, in turn, makes your skin appear firm and taut. Exilis is suitable for everyone without BMI restrictions.

Benefits of Exilis

  • Non-surgical and non-invasive treatment
  • Concludes within 30 minutes
  • No side effects or complications
  • Smoothens the skin tissues
  • Increases collagen production
  • Reduces excess fat tissues
  • No pain or discomfort

How does Exilis work?

Wrinkles, fine lines, and skin laxity occur due to the gradual loss of collagen and elastin from your skin’s surface. Collagen is a structural protein that makes your skin look firm, voluminous, and tight. As you grow older, your body’s ability to produce new collagen fibers decreases, leading to skin laxity. Meanwhile, the accumulation of fat cells also leads to unwanted pockets of fat.


Exilis is a monopolar radiofrequency technology that uses 360 volumetric heating technique to disrupt the old collagen fibers. As the heat energy penetrates the skin’s surface and enters the deeper dermal layers, it encourages your body to produce new collagen fibers, which, in turn, enhances your skin’s tightness and volume. The Exilis treatment leads to overall deep tissue and skin improvements. Patients undergoing the Exilis treatment report a 42% reduction in wrinkles.

What areas does Exilis treat?

Exilis is suitable for all treatment areas from head to toe. However, it has received FDA approval for treatment around the eyes, neck, stomach, and upper arms.

Am I a suitable candidate for Exilis?

Exilis is the ideal treatment for anyone looking to prevent or reverse the signs of aging, such as wrinkles, excess fat, and skin laxity. There aren’t any medical contraindications or BMI restrictions because it’s a completely safe and non-invasive procedure.

What can I expect from the Exilis treatment?

The Exilis treatment starts with an initial consultation wherein the cosmetic provider assesses your skin quality and discusses your concerns. The doctor places the radiofrequency applicators on the treatment areas and guides them across the targeted regions. Most patients compare the sensation to a hot stone massage — it’s comfortable and relaxing.

How many Exilis treatments do I need?

The Exilis treatment takes up to 30 minutes, depending on the treatment areas, and most patients need 2 to 4 sessions spaced 7 to 10 days apart. The specific duration and treatment frequency depends on your specific goals and concerns.


What are the Exilis results like?

The results will gradually become evident over several weeks and sessions. Studies have shown an average 42% reduction in wrinkles.

Why choose Engineered Aesthetics for Exilis?

Engineered Aesthetics is a state-of-the-art surgical center equipped with some of the latest non-invasive technologies for body contouring procedures. Our clinicians carefully examine your concerns to recommend the ideal treatments for your specific needs. Please schedule your Exilis consultation to discuss your body contouring options.

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