If the state of your skin leaves you wanting, then Genius RF Microneedling could be exactly the treatment for you. Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi, Dr. Geetah Shah, and Dr. Tania Peters take great pride in bringing the latest technology in cosmetic rejuvenation to our patients, and Genius RF Microneedling is no different. If your skin is lax, has textural irregularities, or you’re embarrassed by acne scars, Genius RF Microneedling is the most sophisticated radiofrequency device on the market.
How Does Genius RF Microneedling Work?
Intelligent RF Delivery is the genius behind the Genius RF Microneedling system, which is designed to give the exact amount of radiofrequency energy at the precise depth needed to rejuvenate and tighten your skin, boost collagen, and create a firmer, smoother complexion. Real-time monitoring of energy delivery is what sets Genius RF Microneedling apart from other microneedling systems.
Sensors detect the precise condition of your skin at every depth, not only for each patient, but for differing skin conditions occurring in the same treatment area. The needles are gold-plated titanium for unparalleled sharpness, smooth penetration, and precision RF delivery. This elevates coagulation, which boosts collagen and elastin regeneration for the improvement of skin texture, scarring, wrinkles, and skin laxity.
*Individual results may vary.
Genius RF Microneedling is safe for all skin types. The needles pass through the layer of skin related to pigment, so the RF energy bypasses melanin to reduce the risk of hyperpigmentation. While most patients seek microneedling treatment on the face or neck, you might be surprised to learn where else Genius RF Microneedling may be beneficial:
Loose skin of the abdomen following pregnancy to target stretch marks or lax skin
Back of the arms
Skin above the knees
Am I a Good Candidate for RF Microneedling?
Anyone concerned about the condition of their skin’s texture, the appearance of acne scarring, or the tightness of the skin is a good candidate. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Tanzi, Dr. Shah, or Dr. Peters to learn how Genius RF Microneedling can benefit you.
What is Genius RF Microneedling Like?
While pain levels vary patient to patient, there may be some discomfort involved with Genius RF Microneedling, though because of the needles’ sharpness and gold-tipping, pain is minimized. At Capital Laser & Skin Care, your comfort is our top priority, so we offer topical anesthetic to ease the Genius RF Microneedling procedure. Your skin will be thoroughly cleansed, and once you’re ready, the microneedling handpiece is passed over your skin, delivering the RF energy to the exact depth required to stimulate your skin’s healing response and collagen production. The sophisticated system depicts in real time exactly where your skin most needs the RF energy, so there are no areas under- or over-treated with Genius RF Microneedling.
Is There Any Downtime?
You may experience a bit of social downtime and skin redness, but this usually resolves itself quickly by the second day.
What Results Can I Expect?
Initially, your skin will feel tight and appear red, but the redness will subside by the next morning. Within 2-3 days, your skin will appear normal, though it may feel roughened or scaley. This is the treated skin going into the collagen induction phase. In the following days, your skin will tighten, feel smoother and touchably soft, and appear more radiant and even. Tightening will continue to improve for several weeks as collagen production accumulates.
Genius RF Microneedling is game changing for skin tightening, smoothing wrinkles, and improving texture issues. Keep your skin youthful and glowing with this most advanced of treatments at Capital Laser & Skin Care.
Take the Next Step
Interested in learning more about our Genius RF Microneedling? We would love to speak with you. Please fill out the form on this page to request a consultation or call our Chevy Chase, MD office today at (301) 945-8626 to schedule your private consultation at our laser and cosmetic dermatology center, located just blocks away from Washington, D.C.