RF Microneedling in Waxahachie, TX

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What is Radiofrequency Microneedling?

Our Waxahachie, TX team utilizes a special technique that produces beautiful results for our patients using a treatment called radiofrequency (RF) microneedling. RF treatments have been around for a number of years and are well known in the aesthetic industry for their skin tightening effects. This particular therapy uses heat to promote the production of collagen deep within the skin to reveal a firmer, smoother surface. This therapy can be used in conjunction with microneedling to optimize the outcomes. At Elan Med Spa and Clinic, we frequently add this new advancement to our Waxahachie, TX patients' skin remedies to generate healthier skin, a much smoother texture, and a glowing complexion.

What to expect after RF microneedling treatment

RF microneedling sessions will take place in the Elan Med Spa and Clinic facility using a numbing solution to help reduce any discomfort. During your appointment, the handheld device will roll over the desired treatment areas, repeating the technique until the desired results have been reached. You should anticipate pinpoint scabs to appear 24 – 72 hours after treatment, which will naturally disappear when the inherent micro-injury has healed. Results become noticeable as skin heals over the 3 – 4 weeks after a microneedling with RF treatment. Optimal results usually require 3 – 4 treatments one month apart. Contact our Waxahachie, TX office to learn more.

Heat and heal the skin

If you're looking to lessen the appearance of wrinkles, sun damage, aging skin, or acne scars, RF microneedling is a wonderful treatment with proven results. Combining radiofrequency microneedling and skin tightening, this exceptional skin repair process has risen in popularity and is highly sought after. Call us at Elan Med Spa and Clinic in Waxahachie, TX to find out more.

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