RF MIcroneedling

Collagen Induction

Radiofrequency-based microneedling devices are gaining legions of fans thanks to a strong safety profile and new advances in energy delivery and adjustability.
RF Microneedling for Aging-Related Skin Changes

When Thermage came to market in 2002, it introduced a new technology to help correct the signs of skin aging: radiofrequency (RF)-based energy. Nearly 20 years later, RF-based devices have become ubiquitous in medspas and aesthetic practices where they are used to tighten lax skin, reduce fat and smooth acne scars. While noninvasive devices have received mixed reviews over the years, primarily related to inconsistent outcomes, RF-based microneedling devices have proved more universally popular with practitioners.

Cynosure Launches Potenza Multi-Modal RF Device

RF Microneedling Device

Cynosure has launched the Potenza Radiofrequency (RF) Microneedling Device, which offers four modes of RF energy—monopolar or bipolar, each delivered at either 1 MHz or 2 MHz frequency—allowing providers to deliver both deep and superficial treatments. The monopolar RF mode delivers energy across a large area of tissue for deep heating and skin tightening through soft tissue coagulation, and can be used on the face or body. The bipolar RF mode offers more concentrated delivery of energy to treat superficial tissue and provide skin revitalization.