Potenza Microneedling undoubtedly takes RF micro-needling to new levels above all other RF Treatments. Unquestionably, the options this system provides are customizable based on your specific needs after all other treatments don’t work. It works particularly on all skin types, anywhere on the body, any time of the year!
World’s first 4-mode RF: all in all, 1-tip, 2-tip or 1 & 2 MHz treatments. Provide shallow and deep treatments all in one system.
Unique Tiger TipTM technology: Treat more tissue in a single treatment in contrast to other Skin Tightening Treatments.
Single-needle hand-piece: Target and improve blemishes while also tightening skin.
MONOPOLAR RF Microneedling: Gives energy across a larger area of tissue for deep heating as well as skin tightening.
BIPOLAR RF: Gives energy in intense strokes and surface tissue. Thus, this setting is ideal for skin strength.
UNIQUE TIGER TIPTM TECHNOLOGY:
Used for treating more tissue in a single treatment without sacrificing the epidermis overall.
With the use of a handheld RF micro-needling device operated by one of our trained providers, we can both treat scars and but also tighten skin. Also, the ultra-fine needles and FDA-approved radio frequency penetrates both the skin’s outermost layers, and triggers the skin’s natural repair process. As a result, new collagen and elastin is created. Thus leaving skin looking tighter, brighter and younger.
After makeup removal and cleansing of the skin, we then apply a topical numbing cream 30 minutes prior to the microneedling treatment. During treatment, a microneedle tip is placed on the outer layer of the skin. Firstly, the microneedles penetrate the tissue as the monopolar or bipolar radio frequency energy is directly applied to the target treatment area. Secondly, this is where the body’s natural repair process is triggered, resulting in the building of new collagen and elastin over the next 4-6 weeks after treatment.
Following treatment, most patients say the discomfort level for this treatment is minimal and tolerable. However, everyone’s discomfort threshold is different.
Originally, the number of treatments needed will depend on patient preference and their desired results. Finally, providers will typically recommend having a series of three to four treatments, six weeks apart for best results.