Micro-Needling Radio Frequency

Radio frequency micro needling is used to rapidly penetrate the targeted area of your skin without causing any severe damage to the epidermis of your skin.


No one likes a scarred body. There are various kinds of scars which are unavoidable no matter what we do. Acne scars, stretch marks, large pores, etc can be very difficult to deal with. In order to get rid of such scars, MNRF is a medical procedure that is really useful.




What is MNRF?

In this procedure, radio frequency micro needling is used to rapidly penetrate the targeted area of your skin without causing any severe damage to the epidermis of your skin.

A high-tension radio frequency pulse is emitted at the targeted skin area which works by degenerating the collagen fibres and promoting the production of new collagen fibres by way of fibro blasts.

Such a procedure is also useful in reducing the oiliness of your skin and skin tightening.

It is considered to be a safe procedure as it ensures lesser chances of any redness, swelling, or downtime after the treatment.

Is it painful?

In most cases, MNRF is considered to be tolerant by the patients, however, a numbing cream can be applied before the treatment for 30-40 minutes to avoid any discomfort during the procedure. There are no significant side effects of this treatment and you can easily resume your routine activities by taking usual precautions.

What after MNRF?

After any kind of medical treatment, there are certain precautions that a patient is required to ensure. After MNRF, make sure to-

  1. Avoid sun exposure

  2. Apply medicated moisturisers and sunscreen

  3. Avoid sweat activities like exercising

  4. Apply very light makeup till up to 72 hours after the treatment.

In conclusion,

Comparatively a safe medical procedure, MNRF is considered efficient in majority of patients having skin-related problems. Talk to your doctor before booking a session. Dermasort provides the best MNRF treatment in Delhi and can be relied upon for any complications that you might face related to skin.

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