Advanced Skin Care: Quick and Refreshing

Genius RF Microneedling

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The smarter way to rejuvenate aging skin.

Genius® Radio Frequency Microneedling uses unique and intelligent technology to help protect the top layers of the skin while providing real-time feedback during the procedure. This allows for treatments on all skin types and colors, including tanned skin. By delivering customized energy precisely to the dermis, it creates a micro-injury to jump-start our body’s natural healing process for firm and renewed skin. The goal is to stimulate collagen production for impressive and long-lasting results. You can achieve youthful skin without surgical downtime. Unlike some other procedures, Genius helps stimulate your own body into action. Therefore, results may last for years.

What can Genius treat?

  • Fine Lines/Wrinkles
  • Acne Scars
  • Active Acne
  • Laxity
  • Hyperhidrosis
  • Festoons
  • All Skin Types
  • All Year
  • Minimal Downtime
  • Face, Axilla, Abdomen, Arms, Knees

Everything you could ask for in a Plastic Surgeon! The staff is amazingly supportive and so helpful walking you through any process. So grateful for all of them!

- BA

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Frequently Asked Questions

You will feel some pressure and heat. The treatment is typically tolerated with topical anesthetics. Your aesthetician will work with you to find your comfort level.

Depending on the area treated, it can take as little as 15 minutes and up to an hour. There is an initial pinkness and swelling which typically subsides after 24-36 hours. It can take up to a week for this to completely resolve in some people.

Your aesthetician will discuss your goals, which will determine the length and number of treatments. Dramatic results may require multiple treatments. Typically, 2-3 treatments give optimal results.

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