RadioFrequency Microneedling

skin tightening treatments for face

Give yourself a boost with this simple, collagen-stimulating procedure.

We’re big fans of Morpheus8 Microneedling! This treatment stimulates collagen production by targeting deep layers of skin and tissue with a combination of traditional microneedling and radiofrequency (RF) technology. The result? Fabulously rejuvenated skin!

What is Morpheus8 Microneedling used for?

  • Skin tightening
  • Acne scars
  • Surgical scars
  • Stretch marks
  • Dark circles
  • Discoloration
  • Fine lines
  • Wrinkles
  • Hyperhidrosis

Wondering how Morpheus8 Microneedling works?

We’ve got you, gorgeous! Here’s a quick rundown:

  1. This treatment uses a device called the Morpheus8, which has fine micro needles. 
  2. During treatment, we pass the Morpheus8 device over the targeted area, releasing radiofrequency (RF) energy.
  3. The combination of microneedling and RF energy stimulates collagen and lastin production, which promotes skin rejuvenation and tightening.
  4. The RF energy also helps contour and remodel the underlying tissue, giving you a lifting and firming effect.
  5. At least 3 treatments are recommended. Results last about a year.

Benefits of Morpheus8 Microneedling

  • No downtime needed
  • Safe on any skin type
  • Can be used on the same day as sun exposure
  • Super precise and fantastic uniform effect
  • Little to no thermal damage to the outer layer of your skin

Treatments start at $450

Frequently Asked Microneedling Questions

Traditional microneedling involves no energy usage, fat destruction, or remodeling. Regular microneedling is used to improve the texture of the skin but tends to leave more redness than Morpheus8. Regular microneedling usually requires 2-3 days of downtime, which Morpheus8 does not require any.

Morpheus8 microneedling is safe for any Skin type! Depending on how aggressive your treatment is, you may notice some faint bruising or redness for 48-72 hours.

Most patients see results 3-4 weeks after their first treatment. For your first set, you’ll likely need 3-4 treatments that are 1 month apart.

After your first set of treatments, the effects last about a year.

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