Rejuvenate your skin with a technology that effectively improves skin tone and texture. RF Microneedling is an FDA-approved technology designed to rejuvenate the skin by improving its texture and tone. It targets acne scars, as well as deep wrinkles, pockmarks, stretch marks, and other conditions that benefit from deep thermal heating.
The treatment involves the use of a handheld device that contains gold-plated, tapered microneedles, which puncture the skin and deliver radiofrequency energy. Each superficial puncture creates a channel, triggering the body to fill the microscopic wounds by producing elastin and collagen. Elastin and collage will not only heal the damaged area but also the areas around it. This eventually smoothens out minor scars, flattens fine lines, and promotes skin elasticity.
Because the radiofrequency energy targets just water instead of melanin, the treatment is a safe and efficient option for people of all skin types – even sensitive skin and tanned skin. There will be noticeable results within several weeks.
What is RF Microneedling and what's different from regular Microneedling?
Let’s break it down, shall we? Microneedling is the use of teeny, tiny needles to create microaggressions in the skin that speed up wound healing, while radiofrequency is a type of high-intensity energy that’s able to penetrate the skin to lead to an improved complexion. When the two are combined, the insulated needles that deliver high-intensity radio frequency energy into the targeted tissue once the needles have broken through the skin, stimulates collagen and elastic production to boost new, healthy tissue in the skin, ultimately working to restore your complexion to its flawless, pre-scar appearance.
RF Microneedling emits heat at predetermined depths based on how deep the scars and/or damage lies. It’s through this process that both the Microneedling and RF are able to synergistically approach scar erasure and skin renewal. Since the heat is applied to the deeper layers of skin, it doesn’t interfere with the melanocytes within the epidermis, which means it won’t lead to hyperpigmentation in darker skin tones.
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