Focus Dual RF Microneedling, an advanced skin rejuvenation treatment, creates micro-wounds in the skin tissue. These trigger the body’s healing mechanism to stimulate the production of collagen and elastin. Microneedle Radiofrequency energy is also transmitted into the skin to create a further boost to collagen production, improving your skin texture.
The combined technology from the Focus Dual gives a more effective result with virtually no downtime compared to individual Microneedling and Radiofrequency treatments. You will see a more youthful appearance with firmer, tighter and smoother skin.
Say good-bye to Derma roller and try an advanced treatment with the latest technology.
Other names for RF Microneedling include Radiofrequency Microneedling, Fractional Microneedling and RF Fractional Microneedling.
How it Works
How does RF Microneedling work?
We use the latest Technology the Focus Dual from Lynton lasers, a world leading British company. Starting with superfine needles creating micro-wounds to stimulate collagen production. Then radiofrequency energy transmits to firm and tighten the skin. The skin remodelling produced by elastin and collagen production can be seen over time. For more information visit our Radiofrequency Microneedling FAQ.
Our prices can be seen on our RF Microneedling Price page.
Vacuum Suction Technology
The Focus Dual RF Microneedling handpiece uses vacuum suction technology to ensure that microneedles penetrate a precise and safe depth into the skin. Unlike a Derma roller, ultrafine needles are inserted perpendicular to the skin surface. This minimises trauma to the skin, making the treatment more comfortable with less downtime. Microneedle Radiofrequency energy is released from the microneedles, boosting collagen production and helping to seal micro-wounds, reducing the downtime.
Over time the collagen and elastin smooth and tighten the skin, giving a rejuvenation effect.
Setsuko Beauty offers RF Microneedling in Taunton, Bridgwater, Weston-Super-Mare, Burnham-on-Sea, Yeovil, Minehead, Chard and Somerset areas.