5 Things Radiofrequency Microneedling Can Treat
1. Sagging skin.
Radiofrequency energy works to tighten sagging skin, meaning RF microneedling treatments can help treat moderate signs of facial skin sagging. RF microneedling could be a good choice for you if you’ve noticed sagging, but you’re not yet a candidate for a facelift.
Radiofrequency energy penetrates the dermal tissue to the sublayer, which is where skin sagging starts. The energy heats up the subdermal tissue, causing the kind of contracting and tightening that create noticeable results.
2. Wrinkles and fine lines.
If you have moderate wrinkles and fine lines, RF microneedling treatments can help smooth away their appearance, leaving behind youthful, tighter skin. RF microneedling works best on mild to moderate facial wrinkles, including forehead lines, mid-facial wrinkles, and nasolabial folds.
3. Acne scarring.
Got signs of breakouts past? If that’s the case, RF microneedling could fade the appearance of acne scars, leaving you with smoother, brighter-looking skin. RF microneedling can also fade trauma facial scars, making it a truly versatile, powerful treatment.