Exilis® Elite

radio-frequency & Ultrasound skin tightening system

The Exilis® Elite, manufactured and distributed by BTL Aesthetics, is a non-invasive face and body contouring device designed to tighten skin while reducing fat and signs of fine lines and wrinkles.

Exilis® Elite treatment uses a combination of monopolar radio frequency (RF) energy, ultrasound to stimulate fat lipolysis (the breakdown of fat cells) and collagen remodelling (for skin tightening), alongside skin cooking, helping to contour the body and face. Exilis® Elite is the first and only device to simultaneously combine radio frequency and ultrasound to tighten skin and address areas of concern.

Exilis® Elite treatment is pain-free and non-invasive and assures clients of proven results without the downtime, cost or possible side effects associated with surgery.

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Only available in the UK’s leading medical aesthetic clinics, our highly trained and experienced aestheticians work closely with clients to achieve the desired outcome from a Exilis® Elite facial or other Exilis® Elite treatment.

Skin will appear lifted and firmer after just one session, although we recommend up to four sessions to see improvement in fat reduction.

Reveal the skin of your dreams with Coppergate Clinic and Exilis® Elite.

Coppergate Clinic are proud to use the award-winning Exilis® Elite within the following procedures:

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