RF Microneedling in Owensboro, KY
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What Is Radiofrequency Microneedling?
Registered nurse Taren Jarvis employs a nonsurgical technique that creates gorgeous results for our patients with a treatment known as radiofrequency (RF) microneedling. By combining microneedling and RF energy using the PiXel8-RF device, this treatment performs skin tightening and skin resurfacing. RF microneedling can address a wide variety of skin concerns, including acne, fine lines, scars, sagging skin, and more. The PiXel8-RF system utilizes heat to promote the production of collagen deep within the skin to create a tighter, smoother surface. If you would like to learn more about RF microneedling, call our Owensboro, KY office to book an appointment.
How Does RF Microneedling Work?
RF microneedling with the FDA-approved PiXel8-RF device uses tiny needles to penetrate the skin and transmit RF energy deep within the layers of the skin. The heat stimulates collagen production, which shrinks the size of enlarged pores, tightens the skin, evens out skin tone, and minimizes other anti-aging skin concerns. There is virtually no downtime so you are free to go about your usual routine after you leave our office. Most patients will notice an improvement after the first treatment; however, depending on your skin condition and aesthetic goals, you may require 3 – 6 sessions to achieve optimal results.
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Absolutely love the workers!! They are friendly, knowledgeable and did a amazing job on microneedling!! Seen results from procedure rapidly and looking forward to another session!!
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A Tighter, Smoother Face
If you're seeking to minimize the look of sun-damaged or aging skin, RF microneedling is an excellent solution with proven results. Combining RF skin tightening and microneedling, this skin rejuvenation procedure is effective for patients of all skin types. To improve your skin tone and texture with RF microneedling, call The Skin Lab in Owensboro, KY to set up your consultation with registered nurse Taren Jarvis.