What to expect with Microneedling with Radio Frequency

At Redefine Beauty Aesthetics, we pride ourselves in having the most up-to-date methods of making your skin look and feel like new. We are constantly educating our staff, researching data on new treatment methods and products, testing them, and then investing in new products and state-of-the-art equipment. Our goal is to stay on top of the industry with the finest skin care therapies available so that we can offer them to our clients. Our success is based on your outstanding results. Here are some examples of our latest treatment offerings:

Microneedling with Radio Frequency

A procedure that uses tiny needles and radiofrequency waves to rejuvenate facial skin. The needles form a small channel in the skin and then release radiofrequency waves into those channels, causing additional purposeful damage. This treatment is a form of highly controlled skin injury. The injury created we create with our needles and radiofrequency waves stimulates the growth of healthy new skin, boosting your body’s natural ability to produce collagen, elastin and other essential building blocks of healthy skin. Radio Frequency enhances the end results of standard microneedling so that the skin grows back thicker, and smoother.

Microneedling with Radio Frequency can target:

  • acne scars
  • aging spots or blemishes
  • appearance of large pores
  • cellulite
  • fine lines
  • hyperhidrosis
  • hyperpigmentation
  • loose, sagging skin
  • scars from injury or surgery
  • stretch marks
  • sun spots
  • wrinkles
    When combined with cutting-edge serums or other facial treatments, your skin heals quickly, and signs of aging are diminished. Our Redefine Beauty Aesthetics professionals will advise and recommend what treatment is best for your skin type, taking into consideration any underlying medical issues.
    At Redefine Beauty, our job is to kick-start your body’s natural processes, fostering the growth of thicker, younger, and more radiant looking skin with minimal downtime.

    The photo below is an actual patient after 2 treatments