What does it do?

Alleviates fine lines and wrinkles, tightens skin, minimizes pore size, improves skin tone & texture, offers immediate results, & helps repair collagen. Radiofrequency microneedling is a cosmetic procedure. It uses tiny needles and radiofrequency waves to rejuvenate facial skin.


Where is Treatment Performed?

Face, neck, anywhere you have scars or skin imperfections.


How Long Do Results Last?

6 months or longer, depending on what is being treated and the specific persons post care. Most patients will find that their results last for a few years, though this will vary depending on the number of treatments and number of touch-up treatments that a patient chooses. Following proper protocols can help provide faster results and can help the treatments last longer. Many clients see results and don't just stop with one vivace or microneedling treatments.



Most patients will be ready to resume all daily activities within a day or two. This may be accelerated by using serums and recovery protocols that create optimal results and a faster recovery. Most patients should avoid direct sunlight for a week following treatment. However, most patients are ready to go out on the town within a day or two of treatment with no indication they have had a cosmetic procedure. My Med Spa suggests a follow up appointment within 2-3 weeks (for faces) to receive a follow up VISIA Facial Complexion analysis to show the results as compared to the initial consult and pretreatment results. 


Estimated Cost

$600 and up


How Long Do Treatments Last?

Clients will be numb in the spa for about one hour. The actual treatment time will depend on the area that the treatment is being performed.


Are You A Candidate?

It is best to schedule a consultation to find out.



-Active acne.

-Herpes labialis or any other local infection such as warts.

-Moderate to severe chronic skin disease such as eczema and psoriasis.

-Blood dyscrasias, patients on anticoagulant therapy.

-Extreme keloidal tendency.

-Patient on chemo/radiotherapy.