Introducing Our FDA approved RF Microneedling Device
With Gold Plated Needles To Prevent Allergies And Infections
Benefits of MRF Microneedling
Micro-needling (also known as collagen induction therapy) is a minimally invasive treatment that has been used for decades to rejuvenate the skin. A device with fine needles or pins creates tiny punctures in the top layer of the skin, which triggers the body to create new collagen and elastin. Results can include improved texture and firmness, as well as skin resurfacing. RF micro-needling adds the element of radiofrequency energy to the traditional micro-needling procedure. The RF energy is delivered via small needles into the dermis. In addition to the benefits seen with the micro-injury provided by the traditional microneedles, RF micro-needling also delivers RF energy deep into the dermis further enhancing skin tightening, scar reduction and minimizing the pore size.
How Does MRF Micro-Needling Work?
The RF energy heats the underlying layers of skin, causing constriction and tightening of the skin, as well as the stimulation of collagen and elastin production. Because the RF energy is delivered so deeply, it can produce faster results that are more dramatic.
We use EGF (epidermal growth factor)
which is used in medicine to speed up wound recovery, and also has multiple benefits for skin, including reducing the appearance of wrinkles, improving hydration, and preventing hyperpigmentation. EGF stimulates growth at a cellular level to heal and restore damaged skin. It works by binding to cells and signaling them to behave like young, healthy cells, to grow, repair, and survive. This basically means cells will heal quicker and stronger. If you’re noticing signs of aging, dry skin and uneven skin tone from hyperpigmentation, scarring and blemishes, EGF will help stimulate collagen and elastin to improve your skin texture and elasticity. With new cells, the skins barrier is strengthened, which means it can hold onto moisture and prevent melanin production during wound healing. This means a reduction in red marks left behind from breakouts. Our bodies naturally produce EGF, but as with all good things, the production decreases with age, which slows down the speed at which the skin can repair itself. If you’re noticing early signs of aging in your skin, it’s probably a good time to start incorporating Microneedling with EGF into your routine. You might want to do so earlier if you find your skin experiences scarring or red marks after breakouts.
SRF Microneedling, If You Don’t Like Needles
SRF is superficial non-invasive RF technology that helps to tighten and tone the skin with fully adjustable settings and can be used for precise skin rejuvenating treatments on face and body. SRF Microneedling treatment helps to treat wrinkles, photodamage skin, post-acne scars, stretchmarks and many more with greater skin results and faster ROI.
MRF+SRF Combo Treatment
For better results and faster healing
What is MRF microneedling?
MRF microneedling is a minimally invasive skin rejuvenation treatment that uses tiny needles to create controlled micro-injuries in the skin. This stimulates the body's natural production of collagen and elastin, leading to smoother, firmer, and more youthful-looking skin.
What are the benefits of MRF microneedling?
Some of the benefits of MRF microneedling include: reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, improving skin texture and tone, reducing pore size, reducing the appearance of scars (such as acne scars), and improving the overall health and appearance of the skin.
How is MRF microneedling different from other types of microneedling?
MRF microneedling is a more advanced form of microneedling that uses radiofrequency energy in addition to the needles. This helps to further stimulate collagen production and can lead to even more dramatic results than traditional microneedling.
Is MRF microneedling painful?
Most patients report only mild discomfort during MRF microneedling, and topical numbing cream can be applied beforehand to help minimize any pain.
How long does a MRF microneedling treatment take?
The length of a MRF microneedling treatment can vary depending on the area being treated, but typically takes between 30 and 60 minutes.
How many MRF microneedling treatments are needed?
The number of MRF microneedling treatments needed can vary depending on the individual's skin concerns and goals, but most patients see best results with a series of 3-6 treatments spaced 4-6 weeks apart.
Is there any downtime after MRF microneedling?
There may be some redness and mild swelling immediately after MRF microneedling, but this typically resolves within a few hours to a few days. Some patients may also experience mild flaking or peeling of the skin in the days following the treatment. It is important to avoid sun exposure and wear sunscreen following the treatment.
Who is a good candidate for MRF microneedling?
MRF microneedling is safe and effective for most skin types and can be customized to meet the individual's specific needs and concerns. However, those who are pregnant or have certain medical conditions may not be good candidates for the treatment. It is important to schedule a free consultation with our qualified provider to determine if MRF microneedling is right for you.