What is RF Microneedling?
Updated: Apr 20, 2020
RF Microneedling produces dramatic improvements in skin laxity, scarring and hyperpigmentation with little to no downtime.
Just how does RF Microneedling work, and is it the right treatment for you? Let's take a closer look.
You may already be familiar with the benefits of Microneedling alone. Microneedling can show significant improvements in fine lines and scarring with a series of treatments. However, in this procedure, Radio Frequency (RF) is the real superstar.
Radio Frequency is a powerful form of energy that produces heat. This procedure uses microneedles to deliver RF energy deep into the dermal layer of skin precisely where it is most effective. In the dermal layer, Radio Frequency energy heats and contracts existing collagen fibers. RF effectively remodels existing collagen while stimulating the production of new collagen fibers. After an RF Microneedling procedure, expect tighter skin with reduced scarring and hyperpigmentation. Because the outermost layers of skin are left essentially in tack, there is little to no downtime.
So, are you ready for incredible results with basically no downtime?
Benefits can be seen with just one treatment, however three treatments are recommended for the very best results. RF Microneedling is safe and effective for every skin tone. There are a few contraindications. If you are on anticoagulants, have an electronic implant or are pregnant or breastfeeding, RF Microneedling is not appropriate for you.
Ready to get started or to learn more?
For a free RF Contouring consultation, visit us in our Madison, Al office.
Learn about other SkinRx services.