RF Microneedling

RF microneedling, also known as radiofrequency microneedling, is an advanced non-surgical cosmetic procedure that combines microneedling with radiofrequency energy to improve skin texture, tone, and tightness. It's used to address a variety of skin concerns, including fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, and sagging skin.

What It Is:

RF microneedling involves the use of a device that combines tiny, sterile needles and radiofrequency energy. The device creates controlled micro-injuries in the skin's surface while simultaneously delivering radiofrequency heat deep into the skin layers. This stimulates collagen and elastin production, promoting skin rejuvenation and improving overall skin quality.

How It Works:

During the procedure, the device is passed over the treatment area, and the needles create microchannels in the skin. The radiofrequency energy penetrates into the deeper layers of the skin, generating controlled heat. This heat triggers the body's natural healing response, leading to increased collagen and elastin production, which helps to tighten and firm the skin over time.

Treatment Frequency:

The recommended treatment frequency for RF microneedling depends on the individual's goals and the specific device used. Generally, a series of sessions spaced about 4 to 6 weeks apart may be recommended for optimal results. After the initial treatment series, maintenance sessions might be suggested to sustain the effects.

Side Effects:

Common side effects of RF microneedling are typically mild and temporary. They may include redness, swelling, and minor discomfort at the treatment site. These effects usually subside within a few days. In rare cases, there may be a risk of infection, scarring, or changes in pigmentation, but these risks are minimized when the procedure is performed by a qualified and experienced healthcare provider.
Before undergoing RF microneedling, it's important to have a consultation with one of our medical professionals who can assess your skin, discuss your goals, and determine if this treatment is suitable for you. They can also provide personalized information regarding the number of sessions needed and potential outcomes based on your individual skin type and concerns.


  1. Consultation: Schedule a consultation with one of our qualified medical professional to discuss your skin concerns, medical history, and expectations. They will determine if RF microneedling is suitable for you.
  2. Avoid Sun Exposure: Minimize sun exposure and use broad-spectrum sunscreen with at least SPF 30 in the weeks leading up to the procedure. Sunburned or tanned skin can increase the risk of complications.
  3. Avoid Blood Thinners: As with other cosmetic procedures, avoid blood-thinning medications and supplements (e.g., aspirin, ibuprofen, fish oil) a week before the treatment to reduce the risk of bruising.
  4. Stay Hydrated: Drink plenty of water to keep your skin hydrated and promote optimal healing.
  5. Skin Care Products: Follow any recommendations from your healthcare provider regarding skincare products to use or avoid before the procedure.


  1. Immediate Aftercare: Following the treatment, your skin may be red and slightly swollen. Applying a cool compress can help alleviate discomfort. Avoid applying makeup for at least a few hours after the procedure.
  2. Sun Protection: Protect your skin from the sun for at least a week after the procedure. Apply sunscreen with a high SPF and wear protective clothing.
  3. Hydration: Keep your skin well-hydrated by drinking water and using a gentle, hydrating moisturizer.
  4. Avoid Harsh Products: Avoid using products with active ingredients like retinoids or acids for a few days after the treatment.
  5. Avoid Heat: Avoid saunas, hot tubs, and excessive heat exposure for a few days post-treatment.
  6. Gentle Cleansing: Cleanse your skin gently and avoid scrubbing or exfoliating for the first week.
  7. Avoid Touching: Refrain from touching or picking at the treated area to prevent infection.
  8. Avoid Intense Exercise: Skip intense workouts and activities that cause excessive sweating for a few days.
  9. Follow Provider Instructions: Adhere to any specific instructions provided by your provider, especially if they recommend any specific post-treatment products or routines.
  10. Follow-Up Appointments: Attend any scheduled follow-up appointments to monitor your progress and discuss any concerns.
Remember, individual instructions may vary based on the specific device used and your skin's response. Always follow the guidance of your healthcare provider for the best results and to ensure proper healing. If you experience any unusual side effects or have concerns, don't hesitate to reach out to us for advice.