Radiofrequency microneedling is a non-surgical and minimally-invasive skin rejuvenation procedure that uses tiny, sharp needles to create controlled skin injury or small holes, called micro-channels. The needle releases radiofrequency energy into the channels for lifting and tightening. This enhances the effects of standard microneedling. These micro-injuries trigger the body to fill the wounds with new collagen and elastin creating smoother, brighter, healthier, stronger, and younger-looking skin. Radiofrequency microneedling can safely be performed on all skin types.
The Benefits of Radiofrequency Micronedling
Microneedling triggers the natural wound healing process which leads to collagen and elastin production to help eliminate scarring and wrinkles. Microneedling also stimulates new skin cell growth. When you add in radiofrequency, you get much better results than you would with just microneedling alone. The radiofrequency energy goes deep into the dermis through the microneedling needles. This stimulates the production of collagen, hyaluronic acid, and elastin which helps with tissue repair, skin tightening, skin lifting, and hydration.
Radiofrequency microneedling is used for the treatment of skin issues including uneven skin tone, wrinkles, fine lines, stretch marks, large pores, hyperpigmentation, loose skin, sun-damaged skin, cellulite, and acne or trauma scarring. Many patients notice an immediate change in their skin and the changes will continue to develop over the course of several weeks. Results can improve up to six months after treatment as collagen production continues.
Why Radiofrequency Microneedling
- Short healing time (two to four days)
- Customizable treatment to fit yor needs—the radiofrequency eneregy can be adjusted so you get the best results
- No bruising or swelling
- Works for all skin types
- No sun sensitivity post-treatment
- No permanent injury
- Long-lasting results that increase overtime
- Quick appointments
- Comfortable procedure (the feeling associated with the treatment is similar to sandpaper being moved across the skin)