Understanding the treatment procedure
Your dermatologist may apply numbing lotion to the target area an hour before your MNRF operation to alleviate any pain or discomfort. He will next proceed to gently press the advanced equipment against your skin.
The needles in the tip will be able to deposit the radiofrequency energy at the desired depth as a result of this. The skin specialist precisely adjusts the depth of the microneedle penetration and repeats the procedure until he obtains the desired results.
Benefits of Radiofrequency Microneedling Treatment
MNRF is a “one-stop solution” for skin problems. Let’s take a look at some of the advantages of microneedling:
- Reduces wrinkles and fine line
- Improves skin tone and texture.
- Reduces acne scars, skin discoloration, open pores, and stretch marks
- Rejuvenating and tightening the skin.
Common Side Effects of RF Microneedling
Here are a few very minor MNRF side effects:
- During the procedure, some patients may experience some discomfort.
- Mild swelling and redness are common side effects of RF Microneedling, and they usually go away after an hour or so.
- After the process, you may acquire little crusts on the target area. Dermatologists advise against picking scabs with your bare hands instead of letting them fall off on their own.