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RF Microneedling

Microneedling is a type of treatment where microscopic punctures in the skin are made using tiny needles. It is sometimes referred to as skin needling or collagen induction therapy. These tiny points of touch stimulate the body’s wound-healing mechanism and skin cell renewal. Collagen and elastin are produced as your skin heals, giving your skin an almost instant plumping appearance. In addition, it can aid in the treatment of various skin conditions like wrinkles, dark spots, sun damage, and signs of ageing.

What is RF Microneedling?

Similar to regular microneedling, radiofrequency microneedling (RF microneedling) creates minute lesions in the skin by using a device with hundreds of extremely small, extremely thin needles. This process promotes cell regeneration. RF microneedling, however, also uses radiofrequency technology, which heats the skin and helps tighten it.

What’s the process like?

The most crucial aspect of RF microneedling is choosing a certified aesthetician you can trust to perform the operation in a sterile, clean setting. Additionally, there are a few things you should absolutely avoid doing before the treatment, such as having Botox or injectables two weeks prior.

How does it feel?

We compare the experience of the therapy to a light sting or snapped by a rubber band. Certain parts of the face hurt more than others; the forehead, which is closest to the bone, hurts less than the cheeks and eyes, which are fleshier regions.

How long does the treatment take?
The length of the treatment might range from 15 minutes to an hour, depending on the surface area of the region being treated.
What does your face look like afterwards?

Following RF microneedling, red skin irritation and a mild sunburn-like sensation are typical side effects. It is common to have slight swelling, and it may take up to two weeks for the tiny red spots to completely heal and disappear. Any inflammation can be reduced with a cold, soothing compress applied to the skin.

What is the procedure aftercare like?

To stop bacteria from spreading beneath the skin, it is advised to avoid cosmetics for 48 to 72 hours following the treatment and exercise for up to 72 hours. Sweat can interfere with your skin’s natural healing process, making it more difficult for your skin to recover and increasing the frequency of breakouts. Antiviral medicine may be the best option if there has been a history of cold sores on the skin before the treatment in order to avoid any reactivation or stimulation of a cold sore following the procedure.sores on the skin before the treatment in order to avoid any reactivation or stimulation of a cold sore following the procedure.

How long does it take to see results?

Results should appear around the six-week mark, and improve with every subsequent treatment.

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