Do you have questions about Microneedling? What it is, what it involves, does it hurt, does it work? Our very own Jessica and Jamie answer all of these questions and more in this month’s Vlog. If you would like to book a free consult to see if Vivace RF Microneedling is right for you, give us a call at 843-249-5433 or request an appointment online.
Vivace RF Microneedling Q & A
Q: What is the difference between Vivace RF Microneedling and traditional microneedling?
A: RF Microneedling is a customized treatment using radio frequency to cauterize the skin. We can put the settings into the system that would be best for your individualized treatment. These settings determine the depth of the needles into the skin. This treatment actually reaches the dermal epidermal junction unlike traditional microneedling. Also, traditional microneedling will leave you with down time and bleeding.
Q: What does Vivace RF Microneedling treat?
A: It’s a results based treatment that tightens skin, creates collagen, decreases pore size, decreases scarring and helps to reduce fine lines and wrinkles!
Q: How many treatments are needed?
A: We typically recommend 3 treatments for baseline. Some people may need more. Most people start seeing improvement after one treatment.
Q: Is there any pain, discomfort or downtime?
A: Prior to your procedure we will numb you. This makes the procedure very comfortable and most times pain free. The beautiful thing about the Vivace RF Microneedling system is there is no down time!
Q: How long does it take?
A: The procedure itself takes about 45-60 minutes.
Q: What areas can be treated?
A: We can treat the face, neck, hands and other areas that may have a loss of laxity or elastin.
Q: How can I get started with Vivace RF Microneedling?
A: It’s simple! We do complimentary consultations, so just contact us and we can get you on your way! You can call at 843-249-5433 or request an appointment online.
Located in North Myrtle Beach, Touch MedSpa offers Vivace RF Microneedling services to clients along the Grand Strand and across the North Carolina border.