morpheus 8 facial treatment

RF Microneedling

morpheus 8 for the face

Our RF Microneedling delivers a deep fractional radiofrequency treatment, penetrating deeper than most other RF methods. It actively diminishes acne scars, tightens skin, stimulates collagen, and shrinks pore size. This procedure can even remodel adipose tissue, offering a contouring effect. This microneedling treatment can also be used to rejuvenate various areas on the body.

"Microneedling" causes controlled micro-injuries that stimulate the body's natural wound healing process.

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Microneedling FAQ

How Does Morpheus 8 Work?

The human body makes less collagen as it ages, especially after 30. Unfortunately, this means that our skin loses elasticity over time. Morpheus 8 is a microneedling treatment that incorporates radiofrequency technology to boost collagen production. The majority of our patients use this on the face and neck to reverse aging signs. Some also use it on other parts of the body such as the chest, abdomen, and legs. The great thing about Morpheus 8 is that it is versatile. It works well anywhere on the body that is prone to wrinkles and scarring.

What is the Microneedling Recovery Process Like?

Most patients experience mild redness and swelling in the treatment area(s). This is not a cause for concern. The slight discomfort wears off after 1-2 days.


In the first three days after your Morpheus 8 session, you may notice small scabs. They resemble flaking or peeling skin. It may be tempting to pick at them but it is best to leave them alone.


Aggravating the skin during the healing process can result in scarring. Rest assured that these scabs are temporary and eventually fall off. After the shedding period, you will see radiant, youthful skin!


Other side effects may include bruising, soreness, and tenderness. Over-the-counter medications work wonders to mitigate discomfort during the healing process.


It is crucial to follow aftercare instructions and recommendations from your provider. We recommend refraining from direct sun exposure, wearing sunscreen, and moisturizing to prevent complication.