Yes! ThermiSmooth Body (Thermi250) for thighs.
Taking a look at these photos of thighs, the answer is YES Thermi250, now branded ThermiSmooth Body, works not just to tighten the tummy, but
may be even better for thighs, and better yet for gluts. Your photo also suggests some dimpling, so you might look into Cellfina to
“Ditch the Dimples” by releasing the underlying fibroseptal bands, combined
with ThermiSmooth Body for cellulite tightening.
Thermi 250 Can help with loose Tummy and Thighs
Thermi 250 will help the texture and help firm your skin by using a probe that delivers heat externally. It requires multiple sessions. Another option is Thermi Tight which is minimally invasive. It uses a probe that goes under the skin and heats the targeted tissue. It requires only one treatment. You should consult with a thermi provider to see which option is best for you.
Yes it can. However, to achieve the best results, you need to consult with a physician experienced with Thermi to develop a treatment plan to achieve your goals.
ThermiSmooth for butt and thighs
Thank you for your question. It really depends on your expectations and what you're looking to achieve. If you want a more aggressive treatment that would treat loose skin and the dimpling in that area, ThermiTight may be a better option for you. ThermiSmooth would help with subtle or mild tightening in that area. Consult with a Thermi expert to determine which treatment option is best for you. Good luck!
Loose Skin At Young Age -- venus legacy, thermage, sculptra, thermiRF, hi def liposuction
I find that vaser ultrasound, venus legacy and z wave do best for this. Thermismooth will do very little compared to thermitight. Sculptra and cellfina can help the cellulite. Pleas see a body shaping expert. Best, Dr. Emer.
ThermiSmooth for Thighs
Thank you for your question. Yes it does work on thighs. ThermiSmooth uses gentle, precise heat energy delivered directly to the area, which causes shrinkage of the fat, muscle, and skin. Clinical studies show that collagen and fat will contract at 40 degrees centigrade (around 100F).