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Microneedling Radiofrequency - results last 2 years or are permanent?

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I've red somwhere on this forum that results of lasers last 2 years.
Why is that?
Is this referrs to Scarlet RF also?
You advice in FAQ to take microneedling before energy procedures-lasers. Is Scarlet RF considered as laser here (energy procedure) or microneedling?
I aleady had dermapen couple of treatments for scars, wandering about RF, also because the skin still looks not good after treatments (texcure)

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I've red somwhere on this forum that results of lasers last 2 years.
Why is that?
Is this referrs to Scarlet RF also?
You advice in FAQ to take microneedling before energy procedures-lasers. Is Scarlet RF considered as laser here (energy procedure) or microneedling?
I aleady had dermapen couple of treatments for scars, wandering about RF, also because the skin still looks not good after treatments (texcure)

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Because we age. Nothing is permanent. RF Microneedling results are permanent, but of course we naturally age, cannot say in 5 to 10 years for you the clock never stops. . SCarlet is a RF microneedling device. Yes I recommend RF needing over laser. IT's much more controllable if you goto a good practitioner who pinches your skin and knows the settings. Get insulated needles and the epidermis will not be effected unlike laser which is less controllable in action in my experience. For texture you will need more than rf needling the skin is 3D not one procedure to fix everything. You can post a pic if you wish.You may need sub and filler. Peels are necessary too for good results with texture. Depends on the type of texture and your skin type. But yes RF needling is good for all races and skin types. RF is not a laser. One is Radio Frequency and the Other Laser. Different actions and ways of transferring energy.
 

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