We. Still. Can’t. Contain. Our. Enthusiasm! Radiofrequency and microneedling. They go together like hand in glove. Chocolate and peanut butter. Fine wine and aged cheese. Northcoast Laser Cosmetics has been offering the Lutronic® Infini™ treatment for nearly a year now, and we’re still bursting at the seams to talk about it. What is it? It’s a high intensity, focused radiofrequency and microneedling treatment to target a myriad of skin problems. But, in this case, 1 + 1 = so much more than 2. Just ask T.V and stage personality Kathie Lee Gifford, who recently showed each step of her Infini™ neck treatment on the Today show. You can see the segment on our website, northcoastlaser.com
What do you have? Wrinkles? Uneven texture? Lax skin? Acne scarring? The Infini™ can target them. A local anesthetic is applied to the patient’s skin, then both microneedling and radiofrequency are performed simultaneously. The needles are specially insulated, and the radiofrequency energy is emitted from the tip in a “focused” fashion, allowing the medical professional to choose the therapeutic depth of the energy delivered for maximal effectiveness. You’ll see from the before and after photos on this page that the “after” photos can be jaw dropping!
This nonsurgical treatment means you can be back to your normal routine sooner than if you’d entered an operating room. Plus, you can choose where you want to focus your (radiofrequency) energy. Perhaps those crow’s feet really bother you, or seeing your neck in the mirror gives you heartburn. Fine. We can treat one or two areas alone. Or, we can go for the “full tilt boogie” and target the entire face and neck. You and our beauty specialists can decide together.
By the way, Northcoast Laser Cosmetics is the ONLY location in northeast Ohio to offer the Lutronic® Infini™, and our team members have advanced training. We are excited to discuss this new technology or any of your beauty concerns, so call us at (440) 639-3223. Now, 1 + 1 no longer equals 2. That’s because of the Lutronic® Infini™. It’s so much more.