What is Morpheus8?
At our Sioux Falls, SD facility, our team utilizes a special approach that creates fantastic results for our patients using a treatment called radiofrequency (RF) microneedling with Morpheus8 technology. RF treatments have existed for a number of years and are popular in the aesthetics industry for their skin tightening effects. As an advanced, minimally invasive microneedling procedure paired with radiofrequency technology, Morpheus8 by InMode technology helps to stimulate the overall production of collagen to tighten and remodel your skin on both the face and body. At Artisan Skin & Laser Center, we often incorporate this new advancement into our Sioux Falls, SD patients' skin treatments to generate healthier skin, a smoother feel, and a glowing complexion. Learn more by contacting our facility to schedule an initial consultation.
RF Microneedling (Morpheus8™) Reviews
"I received a chemical peel with Allie a few months ago and have loved the long lasting glow that’s resulted! The peel was not painful, and didn’t need any down time so it’s a great first step and introduction for people new to resurfacing skin treatments. I felt the atmosphere was bright, clean and relaxing during the peel. I look forward to trying a microneedling, BBL, and halo in the future."- W.W. / Google / Nov 11, 2022
Who is an Ideal Candidate for RF Microneedling?
If you are 40 years old or older and are starting to find discoloration, smile lines, age spots, and other skin flaws (which can come with age and sun exposure), RF microneedling with Morpheus8 might be the perfect treatment for you. RF microneedling is a wonderful option if you want to:
- Tighten the skin, producing a more refreshed appearance
- Enhance skin texture, pigment, and tone
- Fix skin imperfections, such as blood vessels and discoloration
- Reduce the look of sun damage and age spots
- Improve acne scars and other forms of scarring
- Rejuvenate skin for a younger, luminous look
How does RF Microneedling work?
Microneedling uses an instrument (with tiny needles on the end) that is rolled carefully around the skin to puncture and create micro-injuries that "disrupt" the cells and produce collagen. Some also refer to this technique as collagen induction therapy. New skin forms as the skin heals, leaving the surface looking and feeling brighter, smoother, and rejuvenated. While this process is often performed on its own, combining this advanced technique with Morpheus8 radiofrequency microneedling technology has allowed us to optimize the outcomes for our patients.
The approach is quite simple. The handheld device that emits radiofrequency heat works by delivering short pulses of RF energy through an array of 25 sterile, gold-plated microneedles. The energy is delivered through the needles, which simultaneously punctures the skin and returns the electrodes into the skin. The RF energy heats at levels that offer cumulative and ongoing results.
What can i Expect with RF Microneedling?
RF microneedling treatments will be performed in the Artisan Skin & Laser Center facility with the help of a numbing solution to help reduce discomfort. During your procedure, the handpiece will roll over the desired area, repeating the technique until the desired results have been reached. You can anticipate pinpoint scabs to become pronounced 24 – 72 hours after treatment, which will naturally shed when the underlying skin has healed. Outcomes become visible as the skin heals over a month after a microneedling with RF session. Optimal results generally need 3 – 4 treatments 3 – 4 weeks apart.
Plan Your Procedure
If you're trying to minimize the appearance of aging or sun-damaged skin, and diminish acne scars, wrinkles, or laxity, RF microneedling with Morpheus8 technology is an excellent treatment with proven outcomes. Mixing radiofrequency skin tightening and microneedling, this exceptional skin rejuvenation process has grown in popularity and is a top-rated, minimally invasive treatment for our Sioux Falls, SD patients. We ask you to contact Artisan Skin & Laser Center to find out more.