DURATION OF THE PROCEDURE
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF TREATMENTS
EFFECT VISIBLE AFTER
after 30 days
THE EFFRCTS OF THE PROCEDURE
Improvement in skin density, firmness, and tightness;
Reduction in pigmentation;
Accelerated healing process;
Faster regeneration time;
Inhibition of hair loss;
Nourishment of hair follicles;
Reduction of acne scars and stretch marks;
Skin regeneration following dermatological procedures
INDICATIONS FOR THE PROCEDURE
loss of skin elasticity and firmness;
wrinkles and creases;
excessive hair loss;
accelerated regeneration after aesthetic medicine procedures;
aesthetic gynecology - revitalization of intimate areas;
orthopedics - joint degeneration, tennis elbow, tendon and ligament injuries in sports medicine;
pregnancy and breastfeeding;
adhering to hygiene principles - treating the skin in a way that prevents bacterial infection;
immediately after the procedure, makeup should not be applied, and it can be done the following day;
for 24 hours after the procedure, cleanse the skin with a disinfectant, such as Octenisept;
for skincare, it is recommended to use regenerating creams that are neutral for the skin (without fruit acids, retinol, vitamin C, etc.);
avoiding strenuous physical activity for 2 days, as well as saunas, tanning beds, and sun exposure;
applying high-protection SPF 50 sunscreen (UVB + UVA) every 2-3 hours;
Radiofrequency (RF) Micro-Needling is a cutting-edge aesthetic treatment that has gained significant popularity in recent years. Often referred to as "non-surgical facelift," this treatment simultaneously targets the epidermis and deeper layers of the skin, resulting in a significant improvement in skin firmness and tightness, reduction of wrinkles, correction of facial contours, surface smoothing, and enhanced skin tone. It is also highly effective for treating scars and stretch marks, surpassing previously used methods.
The procedure involves the use of interchangeable cartridges. Radiofrequency Micro-Needling combines two well-known procedures: radiofrequency (RF) and micro-needling. It creates controlled micro-injuries in the upper layers of the skin while generating thermal energy deep within the skin. These controlled micro-injuries stimulate the skin to produce new collagen and elastin, leading to firmer and brighter skin. Unlike classic ablative and non-ablative fractional methods, the micro-injuries in this treatment occur much deeper, making it more effective. It utilizes bipolar RF current, working sub-ablatively, which is safe, avoiding the risk of burns or pigmentation issues commonly associated with laser procedures.
Radiofrequency RF uses electromagnetic waves of radiofrequency (RF), which heat the dermal layers of the skin, inducing a thermal shock that stimulates regeneration and collagen restructuring processes. The goal is to reach a temperature of 40-80 degrees Celsius at the correct depth in the skin.
Micro-needling, on the other hand, involves the use of a cartridge with micro-needles to mechanically stimulate the skin, promoting its natural repair processes.
After the procedure, the skin may display a mild redness on the epidermis in a pattern resembling that seen after fractional laser treatment. This redness usually disappears within 1-2 days. There might also be some skin swelling that subsides within a maximum of two days. Unlike laser treatments, there is no risk of pigment affinity, so there will be no discolorations or hyperpigmentation issues. The thermal effect is considerably lower than that of lasers. RF emits heat for a fraction of a second at 58-85°C (causing coagulation and protein denaturation) but primarily within the dermal layer. Unlike lasers, there is no vaporization (evaporation) phenomenon on the epidermis, and there's no risk of developing spots or holes.
This device offers a natural and comprehensive skin regeneration effect visible after the first treatment, which can be safely performed at any time of the year, regardless of skin type.