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Exilis: For Tightening,

Facial Sculpting and Body Shaping

In Relation To:

  • Face

  • Jowls

  • Neck

  • Arms

  • Tummy

  • Abdomen

  • Bra Fat Area

  • Back

Exilis is a revolutionary, non-invasive, all in one system utilizing a sophisticated combination of focused radio frequency waves, thermal energy and ultrasound technology to redefine your appearance by smoothing wrinkles, treating skin laxity and reshaping for face and body.


It is especially suitable for treatment of the eye area, around the mouth, chin area, jaw line, décolleté, abdomen, back, arms, legs, knees and ankles.


Exilis is a fast, painless procedure that gently re-contours your face while it visibly rejuvenates, smooths, and tightens the skin – all with no surgery and minimal downtime, if at all.


Highly-Effective Fat Reducing Face and Body Treatment

Exilis offers a combination of safety, convenience and results. This means you need look no further for you next skin enhancement.


Furthermore, with Mendis Aesthetics, you know you are receiving experienced and quality care. Dr. Mendis performs non-invasive and minimal access skin treatments that create a natural, younger appearance.

Why risk invasive treatment? At Mendis Aesthetics we offer non-invasive skin treatments as a safer and more effective alternative. Skin regains its original taut, refreshing and revitalizing appearances.


This procedure has been endorsed by and is FDA approved.

Tightening Exilis Treatment Procedure

  • The Exilis is a radiofrequency (RF) device that delivers high energy in a controlled fashion to the dermal/ subcutaneous layers of the skin.

  • By using different wave settings, the energy can penetrate the skin and heat up some of the different layers by using radio frequency waves.

  • By delivering the radiofrequency deeper into the tissues, the Exilis technology can “melt away” the fat.

Potential Risks

  • Since the procedure is performed in a non-invasive manner, risks and hazards related to conventional fat and cellulite reduction are greatly reduced.

  • There may be some mild discomfort after the procedure, but it usually subsides quickly.

  • Does exilis hurt?

The Exilis skin tightening and fat removal treatment was designed to be painless and comfortable. There are no needles or injections involved, and most patients tolerate the procedure very well, without the need for any topical anaesthetics.

  • How is exilis different than liposuction?

Liposuction is an invasive procedure that removes the entire area of fat cells from deposits beneath the skin. It can result in bruising, downtime, risk of infection and pain. In addition, there can be complications with the anesthesia, scarring, bleeding and blood clots. The Exilis treatment is non-invasive and uses radio frequency that is applied externally to stimulate the fat cell and emulsify and release fat. There is no use of anesthesia, nor any pain, gels, creams, numbing agents, needles and minimal downtime, if at all.

  • How many treatments do I need?

The course of treatment is minimum of four sessions and more may be required, depending on the client and doctor’s recommendations.

  • How much improvement can I expect?

Patients can expect smoothing of wrinkles, and shaping of the body and face. Many patients are so pleased with the results that they decide to have additional areas treated and refer others for treatment.

  • Are the results long term?

Provided you undertake a generally healthy lifestyle and light exercise, results can be maintained over some time. Touch up treatments may be required after 12-18 months.

  • Am I required to do anything before, after or during treatment?

It is important to drink adequate water during the treatment. Light exercise and a healthy diet following your treatment is recommended for the best clinical outcome.

  • What are Patient Constraints?

Radiofrequency skin tightening should not be carried out on any patient who has large amounts of metal in the region to be treated (artificial knees, hips, plates in the spine).  Pregnancy is also a contraindication, or cancer that is not in remission. Patients that have pacemakers that are pregnant or breastfeeding / lactating will not be treated. Please also advise of any metal implants.​


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