CORE™ Technology at a Glance

CORE™ (Channeling Optimized RF Energy) Technology features three distinct RF frequency channels (0.8MHz, 1.7MHz and 2.45MHz) and an additional fourth multi-channel mode, combining all three RF frequencies. The major benefits of these multiple RF frequencies include superior treatment control, precision targeting, a broader dermal and hypodermal effect and higher energy absorption for optimal clinical results.

CORE™ Technology Makes All This Possible and More.

The power of CORE™ Technology makes an all in one solution viable to body and facial contouring, cellulite reduction, and tightening. Advanced CORE™ technology ensures enhanced precision and the utmost in flexibility, promising safer, quicker, and more comfortable treatments.


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How CORE™ Technology Works

CORE™ technology targets specific layers of the skin to precisely heat the underlying network of collagen and elastin fibers and increasing the metabolic rate of subcutaneous tissue. The 4th multi-channel mode enables the heating of all skin layers simultaneously. The collagen then shrinks and the rigid collagen’s cross-links are broken, thereby restoring the skin’s flexibility and thickening the dermis. This results in firmer, more elastic skin.

The Vacuum Boost.

Adding the power of vacuum therapy to CORE™ technology maximizes the penetration of RF energy in the treatment area. Moreover, the four vacuum levels offer increased blood flow, enhance lymphatic drainage, and assists in the shrinkage of fat cells volume.

Proven Technology for Proven Results.

Clinical tests confirm the validity of CORE™ technology, specifically the fact that your practitioner can control penetration depth, target different tissues for a variety of treatments, and attain efficacy temperatures faster.

Read the CORE™ Technology White Papers and peer reviews at Viora Knowledge Center.

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From our knowledge center
A logical approach in treatment of aging Asian face Article: James KM Chan, MD
Bi-Polar RF, Still the Gold Standard for Non-Invasive Fat Reduction Peer-review: James K. M. Chan et al
Exploring Channeling Optimized Radiofrequency Energy: a Review Peer-review: Inna Belenky, et al
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