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Does RF (Radiofrequency) Microneedling Help Rejuvenate Your Skin?

Updated: Oct 12, 2022

Missing the way how your skin looked fresh and smooth?

And now, you can see fine lines, wrinkles, and a dull appearance.

Your skin undergoes these changes as you age and in response to environmental pollution.

The good news:

RF Microneedling boosts the proteins in your skin that promotes elasticity and keeps it rejuvenated.

Studies show that RF Microneedling can fight signs of aging, reducing age spots and wrinkles. It can also help in lifting the skin on the neck and face.

It gets better:

The procedure is less invasive than Botox while restoring radiance. Let’s understand more about this treatment and if you can benefit from it.

What Is Radiofrequency Microneedling?

The procedure involves using a fine needle to create tiny holes in the skin. This triggers the production of skin proteins elastin and collagen. RF Microneedling is also known as collagen induction therapy.

And as this type of microneedling uses radiofrequency waves, it is also known as RF Microneedling.

The skin that grows back is smoother and thicker.

RF microneedling can help with:

  • Wrinkles

  • Large pores

  • Stretch marks

  • Fine lines

  • Acne scars

  • Hyperpigmentation

  • Loose, sagging skin

Can The Process Help You?

While RF microneedling is safe, it is not for everyone. You are a good candidate if you:

  • Have early signs of aging

  • Are in good health

  • Have realistic expectations from the treatment

However, you should avoid the treatment if you:

  • Have an active infection

  • Are pregnant

  • Have blood disorders

  • Take medicines that prevent blood clotting

  • Have skin disorders such as psoriasis

If you are not sure about getting RF Microneedling in Northern Virginia, visit us. We at Sken Spa offer quality care that is convenient and customized to your needs.

Our specialists will examine you and determine if you are a good candidate.

Give us a call today 703-862-4236!

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