Microneedle With Radio Frequency

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Microneedle With Radio Frequency

Microneedling with radiofrequency (RF) is achieved by gently puncturing the skin with tiny needles and applying RF waves to the skin. Your body responds to the treatment by producing more collagen and elastin to heal itself. Skin appears smoother with fewer lines and wrinkles, and smaller pores.

The use of the radiofrequency waves in RF microneedling can reach deeper layers of the skin without causing damage to it. This enables our team of professionals at Maki Wellness Center & Medspa to treat a greater number of conditions more effectively. We can treat many more conditions by reaching deeper layers of the skin, not only those that affect the surface.

Microneedling with RF is one of the many services we offer at Maki Wellness Center & Medspa.

Some of the many benefits of RF Microneedling include:

An RF microneedling treatment can be used almost anywhere on the body. While RF microneedling is most widely used for the face, it can also be beneficial for a variety of other body parts. Contact Maki Wellness Center to learn more about RF Microneedling or to schedule an appointment. Our dedicated specialists can help you reach your aesthetic goals!


RF Microneedling is a great procedure for those who want to rejuvenate their facial appearance without spending a lot of money or time recovering.

Depending on the severity of your skin issues and the number of treatment sessions necessary for optimal results, our experts will determine the number of sessions needed.

Following the first treatment, the best results are typically seen after three to six months, and your skin improves as the new collagen is produced. Following a consultation, our experienced experts will recommend a treatment plan. Most patients have two to three treatments.

The side effects of RF microneedling are mild, and there is little downtime following treatment. Some patients may experience slight bruising and pinpoint bleeding. Most commonly, the skin is mildly red for about 24 hours. In most cases, our patients could return to their normal activities within a day.

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