Sylfirm Microneedling RF
Sylfirm is an advanced fractional radiofrequency technology designed to address pigmentation issues like melasma and skin redness.
During the treatment, pulsed radiofrequency waves are delivered through tiny needles, creating an electrothermal effect within the skin. This targeted electric field selectively destroys melanin pigments responsible for pigmentation irregularities and also focuses on abnormal blood vessels.
In addition to its pigment-reducing properties, Sylfirm also plays a crucial role in stimulating the healing of the basement membrane in the dermis, which is the deepest layer of the skin that was previously difficult for lasers to reach. Effectively in treating various skin conditions, including melasma, redness, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, and fine wrinkles. As a result, it contributes to skin rejuvenation and a more youthful appearance.
One of the key benefits of Sylfirm is its ability to strengthen and repair the skin’s basement membrane, which is the foundational layer of the skin. By improving the integrity of this layer, Sylfirm promotes healthier skin and helps to alleviate various skin problems.
Sylfirm offers several benefits that contribute to overall skin improvement. By strengthening the skin’s base layer, it reduces the skin’s reactivity, leading to fewer acne outbreaks. Additionally, it helps in reducing skin redness and broken capillaries, resulting in improved skin tone.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How many sessions do I need, and how often should I have them?
There is no cure for Melasma, and it takes time to lighten melasma with laser therapy. You will see a more prominent lightening of melasma usually after 6-8 sessions, and the interval between each treatment has to be at least 1 week apart following our own protocol.
- Is there any downtime after this procedure?
There is no downtime, redness, or pain associated with this laser therapy alone. However, I recommend using sunblock SPF 50 and applying more moisturizer, as laser therapy can cause dryness to the skin.
- Are there any side effects?
When done correctly and safely, there are usually no side effects like blisters, rebound hyperpigmentation, or white spots (hypopigmentation).