Skin Tightening

If skin laxity with pronounced sagging obscure the contours of your jawline… INFINI will make a noticeable difference! Visit Dr. Liliana Manrique at NewEraLift, located in Vienna, VA, for skin tightening with INFINI RF Microneedling.

by Liliana Manrique, MD

Dr. Manrique is very pleased to offer to her patients the latest technology in skin tightening. INFINI FOCUSED RF microneedling is the next step beyond CO2 Fractional lasers. … This translates to better acne scar remodeling and skin tightening than laser itself. The marked difference between Infini and other RF microneedling is the insulation of needles. This targets scars that lie deep in the skin and skin laxity. RF or radiofrequency is not laser, and hence will not affect the upper layers of skin.

Why INFINI with Radiofrequency?

It creates thousands of coagulation zones. It is precise energy delivery and it is safe on all skin types even tanned skin. Minimal downtime (makeup after 24 hours). It can treat lines and wrinkles. It improves the tone of the skin.

INFINI RF radiofrequency microneedling is the next step beyond CO2 Fractional lasers. This system delivers controlled radiofrequency energy to break down acne scars that lie deep under your skin, sparing the top layers of the skin and it creates thousands of coagulation zones that translates in skin tightening. When treating acne scars results following INFINI RF are superior than Fraxel laser, with a quicker recovery time.

INFINI from Lutronic represents the pinnacle of RF treatments. Skin needling first started off with DermaRollers nearly two decades ago, followed by procedures such as the Cosmopen. This was followed by radiofrequency with non-invasive devices. Invasive microneedling was subsequently invented, however it is the insulation of the needles and sequential delivery system of INFINI that produce unparalleled outcomes.

This device spares the upper layers of skin, and delivers its energy deep into the dermal layers. The needles can be adjusted from 0.25 to 3.5 mm making the devise extremely versatile to treat enlarged pores, atrophic scars and skin laxity. This device is color blind- hence it can be used in patients of all ethnicities.

The marked difference between Infini and other RF microneedling is the insulation of needles. This targets scars that lie deep in the skin and stimulates collagen production when we are treating skin laxity.

How does INFINI improve skin laxity?

INFINI RF radiofrequency microneedling is the next step beyond CO2 Fractional lasers. This system delivers controlled radiofrequency energy to create thousands of coagulation zones that translates in skin tightening. It takes about three sessions for optimal outcomes.

How long before I see the results for skin laxity?

You can expect to see some changes as soon as a day or two after the procedure. However, your body will continue to rebuild collagen for several weeks after, you will see improvement over the next six months.

For additional information and Before and After photos, click here.

How long will it take to heal from INFINI RF?

It depends on the treatment levels. Healing times following INFINI are faster than with laser therapy as the upper epidermal layers are spared. Make up can be applied after 24 hours.

What to expect Following RF Microneedling with INFINI?

First 24-36 hours you will have redness and swelling. The swelling decreases in the next 24-48 hours. In 48-72 hours the skin returns back to normal. Most people resume normal activities in 24-48 hours.

If treatment density is high, Dr. Manrique will inform you of the expected healing times- up to 3 days. This is especially prevalent if layered passes are performed.

Does INFINI treatment hurt?

There is a level of discomfort during INFINI treatment, depending on the settings and passes. Dr. Manrique minimizes discomfort using 23/7 Lidocaine cream or skin Lidocaine injection if necessary specially when treating deep acne scars. Overall this is a well-tolerated procedure as we ensure patient comfort levels.

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