InMode releases a radiofrequency microneedling device

09 Apr 2019

Medical device manufacturer InMode Aesthetic Solutions has released the Morpheus8, a radiofrequency device with combined microneedling, designed for use on the face and body. 

The device features 24 silicone-coated pins that penetrate into the sub-dermal tissue, while the bipolar radiofrequency technology is delivered at 200, 300 and 400 microns, which allows the needles to reach the deeper subcutaneous layers of the skin. According to the company, this tightens fat and contracts connective tissue, which can improve fine lines, wrinkles and acne scars.

Aesthetic practitioner Dr Ash Dutta, who has been trialling the device, commented, “I have been using the Morpheus8 for the face and body and my patients are delighted with the results. One of the main advantages is that it can be combined with other non-surgical or surgical treatments.”  


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