Infini RF Microneedling Brisbane
Infini RF Microneedling
Infini RF microneedling is a form of fractional resurfacing that uses gold-plated insulated needles. This form of microneedling is suitable for all skin types and can treat skin conditions ranging from moderate-to-severe acne scars through to skin laxity, pores and also wrinkling. Infini RF remains as the gold standard of microneedling systems and can be used
on all skin colours.
Why is Infini RF the gold standard in microneedling?
Why is insulation the key to the outcomes we have with Infini RF?
Insulation is provided so that only the tip of the needle delivers energy. This means that the upper parts of your skin are spared and the lower parts are targeted. Using a specific delivery system, needles can be delivered to between 0.25 to 3.5 mm into your skin. Unlike other energy systems that scatter energy throughout the entire surface of your skin, Infini provides targeted energy delivery to address your particular concern. For example, with acne scarring, the target is deep down in the dermis and hence the upper parts of the skin are spared. This means you will have a much quicker recovery time, a better outcome and also less chance of skin darkening in ethnic skin types.
Is Infiniti RF microneedling painful?
This treatment is well tolerated. We use a specialist-strength anaesthetic gel to ensure that patient’s comfort levels are maintained. Unlike other cosmetic clinics, we are specialist-supervised clinics and hence use a different formulation of anaesthetic gel. This provides excellent patient comfort levels.
What conditions can Infiniti RF microneedling treat?
Infini RF can treat conditions that are primarily dermal. Dermal conditions means that these lesions lie under your skin surface and not on your skin surface. The most common condition we treat using Infini RF is acne scarring. Acne scars lie deep under your skin surface and hence with it’s patented insulation technology, Infiniti RF is ideal for tethered as well as atrophic acne scars. Infini RF can also help reduce pore size as well as wrinkles, crepey skin, sun damage improving your skin texture and tone.
How long does it take to perform Infini RF microneedling?
How many treatments of Infini microneedling will I need?
In most cases, patients will benefit from a series of treatments ranging from between three to five. This will depend on your skin condition, as well as your expectations. As a guide for the improvement of skin pores, three treatments is required for optimal results. For the treatment of skin laxity and wrinkles, two to three treatments is required. For the treatment of acne scarring, three to five treatments is required, depending on the scar type.
When will I see the results from microneedling?
Microneedling works by stimulating collagen. This depends on your immune system. For healthy individuals collagen and elastin stimulation, as well as scar remodelling, is maximal at two to four months. The best results you will see from Infini RF microneedling will be approximately three months after your last treatment session.
Is Infini RF better than fractional lasers?
At the Fiori Institute we have a variety of energy devices ranging from lasers through to microneedling, as well as radiofrequency devices and ultrasound. All of these play a role in achieving your expectations and outcomes. Lasers are excellent for treating textural skin changes, namely pigmentation and fine wrinkling. Infini is superior to fractional lasers if one is targeting scarring or deep dermal remodeling. Our highly trained staff at Fiori will tailor a bespoke treatment based upon your skin, downtime and expectations.
Can Infini RF be used on darker skin or ethnic skin?
How do I know if Infini RF is the right form of microneedling for me?
Book in for a FREE consultation with one of our dermal therapists. Our highly professional staff, who are trained by Dr Davin Lim, Dermatologist, will assess your skin type, skin concerns and downtime and will tailor an appropriate program for your skin. For more on Infini RF, visit us at the Fiori Institute in Chermside.
We will be looking at providing this service in our Garden City clinic mid 2018.