Traditional Microneedling

In traditional microneedling, a topical growth factor serum such as PRP is applied first. Next, a handled pen or roller with tiny needles is used to glide over the skin and create tiny microscopic perforations into the epidermis and the dermis’ top layer.

As a result of these controlled minor skin injuries, the body’s natural healing and repair process shifts into high gear and triggers collagen and elastin production.

Microneedling not only activates cell regeneration, it also amplifies the absorption of the active ingredients that were applied to the skin prior to the procedure. The patterned punctures created by microneedling can also act as channels for direct delivery of topical skin care treatments like hyaluronic acid.

Targets areas for treatment include fine lines, wrinkles, acne, scars, and large pores.

Cutera Secret RF Microneedling

Cutera Secret RF (radio-frequency) microneedling is an innovative new technology that combines traditional microneedling with radio frequency energy to dramatically enhance and amplify results.

RF microneedling (also referred to as fractional microneedling) delivers radio frequency energy through an array of very fine sterilized needles that create microscopic wounds at different depths within the dermis to stimulate new collagen production and subsequent dermal thickening.

Cutera’s Secret RF device is minimally invasive, and effectively treats wrinkles, skin laxity, acne scars, stretch marks and photo damage caused by exposure to the sun’s harmful rays. And it does all of this without damaging the epidermis (the surface of the skin), resulting in a minimum of downtime and optimum skin revitalization.

Benev Exosomes can enhance your microneedling treatments

Microneedling combined with exosome therapy can accelerate tissue growth, help promote a rapid recovery, and result in a more radiant, youthful appearance.

Benev Exosomes is a post-procedure topical solution that uses the power of your stem cells’ messaging centers—your exosomes—to rejuvenate the skin with a more specific and direct impact. When signaled, they help facilitate the exchange of the important proteins required to stimulate growth factors, that in turn aid in tissue repair and improve the function of skin cells.