Fractional radiofrequency (RF) microneedling is a minimally invasive skin rejuvenation treatment that combines the art of microneedling with the heat of radiofrequency energy to maximize collagen-induction therapy.
Fractional RF is a proven treatment that transforms skin by a digital controlled handpiece and microneedle tip, penetrating precisely to a depth of 0.25-3mm below the skin surface to address a wide range of surface imperfections that result from aging and environmental factors.
RF energy works with your body, remodeling your collagen to help repair your skin giving you a more youthful look.
Fractional RF treats targeted problem areas to give your focused and effective results.

RF Microneedling can be used to treat the following.
 uneven skin texture
 large pores
 fine lines and wrinkles
 skin laxity
 acne scars
 stretch marks

 How does Radiofrequency Microneedling work?

A hand piece with several fine needles at a preset depth penetrates the skin surface administering radiofrequency energy to the deep layers. This results in controlled injury at the treatment site. This treatment triggers the body’s healing response over the following weeks to months. During the healing process, formation of new collagen and elastin is stimulated. Over time, healthy tissue replaces scar tissue with the goal of achieving a smoother and more even skin surface.

Hyaluronic acid (HA), platelet rich plasma (PRP) serums applied during the treatment to enhance healing by promoting collagen and stem cell production, increasing cellular turnover, as well as encouraging blood circulation to the skin.

 Is Microneedling painful?

Microneedling without topical numbing is painful. To minimize discomfort, a potent topical numbing cream is applied 20-30 minutes before the treatment.                             

How many RF microneedling sessions are generally needed for skin regeneration?

Recommendations will depend on the condition of your skin, your age, health status, as well as your personal beauty goals.                        Typically, 3-4 sessions spaced out at 4–6-week intervals are required for the initial treatment.                                                                                          We recommend coming in for a free consultation to determine your individual treatment plan.