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InMode Forma

Pain-free, no-downtime firming treatment

Forma is the perfect noninvasive skin tightening, smoothing, and collagen stimulating solution – not only for your face and neck, but for nearly anywhere on your entire body.

See both immediate results (walk out with firmer-feeling skin) and long-term transformation.

Forma can be used nearly anywhere on the face or body to rejuvenate and firm aging skin. It is also an effective way to firm sagging skin on the cheeks and along the jawline. Forma is included in our Foundation Facial.

  • Face
  • Neck
  • Chest &
  • Legs
  • Thighs
  • Abdomen

“So relaxing you might fall asleep.
So transformational you’ll want it before every facial.”

Courtney Lo, CSLC Clinical Director

How Forma works


25 to 30-minute

Forma uses radiofrequency (RF) to deliver controlled micro injuries under the skin. A gel is applied to help conduct the RF waves into your skin tissue.


instantly tighten
and build collagen

The RF waves create an injury that has a two-fold effect: immediate tightening (you’ll feel tighter, like your skin put on Spanx, after you left the office) and long-term collagen building for skin rejuvenation.


A lunchtime treatment
with no downtime

The beautiful things about Forma are is 1: Treatment is so pain-free it’s like getting a hot-stone massage during your lunch hour and 2: There’s no downtime and there are no marks; no one will know you’ve had anything done.

 InMode Forma combines radiofrequency and pulsed magnetic fields to comfortably heat the deep layers of skin to 42-45°C. Maintaining that temperature for just a few minutes instantly contracts collagen and stimulates fibroblast activity.

In plain English, your skin looks younger and tighter.

youg old skin diagram

1. Collagen loss creates lumps and elasticity.
Every year after age 20, we lose 1% of our collagen, and in our 30s this loss becomes visible in the form of sagging, fine lines and lack of firmness.

2. Magnetic fields and radiofrequency help restore firmness.
Treatments like Forma “injure” the skin, which convinces our bodies to “repair the wound” and produce new collagen through a process called neocollagenesis.

Frequently Asked Questions About Forma