Radiofrequency Microneedling 

Radiofrequency microneedling is a cosmetic procedure. It uses tiny needles and radiofrequency waves to rejuvenate skin on the face or body.

The treatment comes under different names such as Morpheus 8 or Secret RF.

The treatment is a form of controlled skin injury. The damage stimulates the growth of healthy new skin, which can benefit common skin issues like acne scars and wrinkles. The radio frequency waves also introduce heat into the channels causing additional micro damage which enhances the effects of the treatment.

Radiofrequency microneedling is minimally invasive with little or no downtime. 


Prior to the procedure

At your initial appointment, you will be asked questions about your medical history and expectations. You will also have photos taken to determine the best technique for your condition, as well as provide instructions on how to prepare for the procedure.

If you have active acne breakouts, you may be asked to take oral antibiotics. If you have a history of cold sores, you might need to take oral antiviral medication.

  • This can target:

    • fine lines
    • wrinkles
    • stretch marks
    • appearance of large pores
    • acne scars
    • scars from injury or surgery
    • hyperpigmentation
    • loose, sagging skin
    • cellulite
    • stretchmarks

    You can also combine radiofrequency microneedling  with I-PRFIn this procedure, your blood is drawn from your arm and spun in a centrifuge a to separate the platelets. After the microneedling session,  the platelets are applied to the treated area. This can maximize the results of your treatment.

  • Who’s an ideal candidate for radiofrequency microneedling?

    • Radiofrequency microneedling is considered safe, but it isn’t appropriate for everyone.You may be an ideal candidate if you:
      • are in good health
      • have early signs of aging
      • have realistic expectations

      Alternatively, you should avoid the treatment if you:

      • currently or recently used Accutane
      • have an active cold sore breakout
      • have a skin infection
      • have a moderate to severe skin disease (like psoriasis)
      • are receiving chemotherapy or radiation therapy
      • are pregnant
      • are taking anticoagulants
      • have a history of keloids, hypertrophic scarring, or poor wound healing
  • During the procedure

    1. Your skin will be cleansed your to prevent infection.
    2. A topical anesthetic will be applied depending on the area to be treated to make the procedure more comfortable. 
    3. The microneedling device makes tiny wounds in the skin. Simultaneously, the tip of the needle releases radiofrequency waves into the wounds.
    4. The procedure takes 10 to 30 minutes. The exact duration depends on which area you are having treated.
    5. A soothing cream will be applied afterwards.

Full face

£ 300

Course of 3 sessions spaced 1 month apart £750


£ 250

Course of 3 sessions £600

Face & Neck

£ 400

 Course of 3 sessions £1000

Body areas priced individually. Can be combined with I-PRF for improved results for an extra cost of £100 per session.