Fractora and Morpheus8

Fractora/Morpheus8 is a device that combines microneedling and radiofrequency technology that promotes collagen production in the deeper layers of the skin while rejuvenating it, leading to a drastic improvement of multiple skin concerns. By using fractional resurfacing to target the deeper layers of the skin, the building blocks will recognize themselves in a natural anti-aging process. There’s no damage to the dermis, and this procedure makes it easier to provide a uniform effect. 

Fractora/Morpheus8 treatment can be used on:

Fractora and Morpheus8 are the microneedling tips that can be interchanged on one handheld device to perform these treatments. They deliver radiofrequency energy into the skin while creating the microchannels that induce the body’s natural healing responses, stimulating collagen and elastin that continue to increase over time. 
Fractora and Morpheus8
Fractora and Morpheus8

FAQs

Fractora/Morpheus8 treatment is a fractional resurfacing treatment using a combination of microneedling and radiofrequency technology. 
Using the combination of micro-needling and RF technology, Fractora and Morpheus8 are the micro-needling tips used to perform the treatment. Morpheus8 penetrates the skin deeper than Fractora, while Fractora is more ideal for acne and acne scarring. We can determine which treatment is best for you during your consultation and create a treatment plan that will work best for you. 
Everyone’s skin and skin concerns are different. We will create a customized treatment plan for you based on your target areas and skin concerns in those areas to determine the best number of treatments for you. 

You will be given post-care instructions by our team to follow to ensure you achieve the best results. You will see an improvement in your skin’s texture after one treatment, but you will see more progress over the course of two to three weeks post-treatment. You can benefit the most from a series of treatments to reach your desired results.

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