(08) 8449 2002

15 Semaphore Road
Semaphore, SA, 5019

Radio Frequency Micro Needling

Radiofrequency Micro Needling (RFMN) is one of the most technologically advanced forms of skin rejuvenation therapy available.   RFMN is a powerful combination of fractional radiofrequency energy and minimally invasive micro-needling. It is an ideal non-surgical procedure to thicken and tighten skin, reduce wrinkles and pore size and treat acne and acne scars, through targeting the dermis. At the same time RFMN provides the cosmetic benefits of laser skin resurfacing with minimal recovery time through its effect on the surface (epidermis layer).

RFMN uses bipolar radiofrequency energy, delivered precisely and directly into the deeper layers of the dermis via minimally invasive micro-needles. Each shot delivers 25 superfine needles to a depth of .5mm to 3.5mm delivering varying levels of non-laser radiofrequency without damaging the top layer of the skin. Depth and intensity of treatment is determined by your doctor.

RFMN improves the appearance of the surface skin and stimulates deeper tissue through microscopic wounds (fractionated denaturing) and stimulation of dermal tissue. RFMN stimulates fibroblast activity causing a significant increase in collagen and elastin production as well as tightening of elastin fibres and an increase in lymphatic flow. The ideal is 5 treatments and with each the skin will appear clearer, smoother, tighter and more vibrant. Realistically those with acne scarring can expect an approximate improvement of 50% after 5 treatments. For wrinkles, lines and laxity, early intervention with maintenance treatments will be more effective in slowing the effects of aging.

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Applications

  • Wrinkle Reduction
  • Skin Tightening
  • Skin Rejuvenation
  • Pore Reduction
  • Acne Scars
  • Scars
  • Stretch Marks

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