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Infini Radiofrequency
Microneedling

Infini Radiofrequency Microneedling is a non-laser treatment that combines radiofrequency (RF) and microneedling to produce skin tightening and improve fine lines, wrinkles, thin skin and acne scarring.

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Infini radiofrequency in system combines microneedling technology with fractional radiofrequency to stimulate collagen production, helping to decrease lines and wrinkles, treat acne scars, and improve skin sagging, tone, and texture.

Infini microneedling, patented by Lutronic Aesthetics, is a procedure that combines microneedling and radiofrequency. The Infini device has 49 microscopic needles that conduct radiofrequency energy into the dermis, the second layer of your skin that’s under the epidermis.

Radiofrequency is a nonsurgical method practitioners use to tighten skin. These devices deliver electrical energy into your skin and heat a targeted area to stimulate collagen production. Microneedling is a minimally invasive procedure that uses very small needles to cause microinjuries to your skin, which also stimulates collagen production to help repair the injuries.

Unlike microneedling alone, the combination of radiofrequency and microneedling can reach the dermis, making it effective for all skin types, minimizing the risk for hyperpigmentation in darker skin tones, says Denise Wong, MD, FACS.

What does Infini Radiofrequency Microneedling treat?

Individually, microneedling and radiofrequency treat a variety of skin conditions, including:

  • fine lines and wrinkles

  • acne scarring

  • age spots

  • uneven skin tone

  • sagging skin

Infini Radiofrequency Microneedling benefits

Microneedling alone is considered an effective procedure.

According to a 2016 research review, Trusted Source with the combination of radiofrequency with microneedling, you can penetrate skin without damaging the overlying epidermis.

The practitioner can adjust the depth of the needles to target different layers of the dermis. This leads to a mechanical microinjury from the needles as well as a thermal tissue microinjury. As a result, your body generates a wound-healing response, resulting in elastin and collagen production, and cell turnover.

Since Infini microneedling does not damage the epidermis, there is minimal risk of hyperpigmentation, making it a better choice for medium or dark skin tones.

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