The PiXel8-RF Micro-Needling System has been specifically designed to deliver RF energy directly into epidermal, dermal and Sub-dermal layers of tissue in order to heat and stimulate collagen.

How the PiXel8-RF Works

First, the microneedle cartridge makes perfect contact to the skin. Next, the microneedles smoothly penetrate the skin with less pain. Bipolar RF energy denaturalizes the tissue surrounding the microneedles and the collagen regeneration and new elastic production process begins.

What Does the PiXel8-RF Treat?

Treatments include Non-surgical Face Lifting, Wrinkle Reduction, Skin Tightening, Skin Rejuvenation, Pore Reduction, Acne Scars, Hyperhidrosis, Stretch Marks and Spider Veins.

How long does a single treatment take?

The treatment takes 20 to 30 minutes, including aftercare. So, each session requires approx. 1 hour.

How long does it take to recover after treatment?

Transient erythema may occur on the treated areas for 3-4 hours initially. Occasionally, a fine scab may form. Do not be concerned, keep the scab moist as this promotes the healing process.

What is RF Microneedling?

RF Microneedling is a minimally invasive, fractional bipolar radio frequency microneedling treatment. It is a needled tip that goes into the dermis to produce dramatic skin tightening, skin rejuvenation that can be used on all areas of the body.

What are the benefits of RF Microneedling?

Skin tightening, wrinkle reduction, acne scar reduction, skin tone & texture improvement, pore reduction, scar reduction, stretch mark reduction, double chin reduction, jowl lifting, eyebrow lifting, neck lifting, hand rejuvenation.

What are the risks of RF Microneedling?

No risks have been found with the treatment, minimal downtime and pain regardless of skin type.

Who is an ideal candidate for RF Microneedling?

Anyone is ideal – this treatment can be used on any skin type I-VI, any age or skin condition. The only contraindications would be those with autoimmune disorders unless cleared by a treating physician or dermatologist.