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Radio Frequency Microneedling

1 hour

from £249


Combining Microneedling and Radiofrequency has been hailed as the 'non-surgical facelift', gaining popularity and interest since its industry launch in 2020. It has also been clinically proven to reduce the appearance of scars and stretch marks significantly.

Due to the nature of each modality, the combined treatments induce microtraumas to the upper layers of the skin whilst simultaneously causing the contraction of the collagen and elastin fibres, whilst the radiofrequency waves produce heat designed to target the contouring of fat cells.

The most popular areas to treat are the face, neck, and abdomen. However, other areas can be treated on request. Due to its intensity and efficacy, impressive results can be seen after one treatment. However, a minimum course of 3 is recommended for significant, longer-lasting results. It is also suitable for all skin types.

It is considered a safe and highly effective treatment that is well tolerated. Post-treatment skin may initially appear flushed, tender, and slightly swollen, it may also feel tight or dry, and flakiness may occur in the first few days of recovery.

Further reading and references:

Chandrashekar et al. (2014) 'Evaluation of Microneedling Fractional Radiofrequency Device for Treatment of Acne Scars' Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery. Available at: doi: 10.4103/0974-2077.138328

Dayan et al. (2019) 'Adjustable Depth Fractional Radiofrequency Combined With Bipolar Radiofrequency: A Minimally Invasive Combination Treatment for Skin Laxity', Aesthetic Surgery Journal. Available at: doi: 10.1093/asj/sjz055

Tan et al. (2021) 'Radiofrequency Microneedling: A Comprehensive and Critical Review', Dermatologic Surgery. Available at: doi: 10.1097/DSS.0000000000002972

Weiner (2019) 'Radiofrequency Microneedling: Overview of Technology, Advantages, Differences in Devices, Studies, and Indications', Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America. Available at: doi:10.1016/j.fsc.2019.03.002

Yu et al. (2019) 'Subcutaneous Radiofrequency Microneedling for the Treatment of Thigh Skin Laxity Caused by Weight Loss: A Case Study', Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology. Available at:

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