Radiofrequency Micro-needling

Radiofrequency micro-needling is a modality that combines micro-needling with radiofrequency. It uses tiny needles and radiofrequency waves to rejuvenate the skin. During treatment, a group of tiny needles are inserted into the skin to create a superficial wound. The damage stimulates the growth of collagen, which can benefit common skin issues like acne scars and wrinkles. In the meantime, radiofrequency (a small electric current) is delivered into the skin through the needles and produces heat. The heat targets the fibroblasts and allows for further production of collagen and elastin to strengthen the dermis, so the skin can remain a plump and smooth look. This treatment is great for texture, enlarged pores and acne scars, as well as creating a healthy dermis. Compared to laser treatment for scar reduction, radiofrequency micro-needling carries extra benefit in treating active acnes. The micro-needling process can create channels on the skin to allow inflammatory materials such as