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This groundbreaking technology represents a significant milestone in the world of non-surgical aesthetics, allowing us to address a wide range of skin concerns with precision and effectiveness.
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We are thrilled to introduce our latest and most advanced technology yet—Morpheus 8. At Beautilase, we have always provided our patients with the most cutting-edge treatments and services to enhance their natural beauty and boost their confidence. Morpheus 8 is no exception, and we are excited to add this state-of-the-art procedure to our lineup. This groundbreaking technology represents a significant milestone in the world of non-surgical aesthetics, allowing us to address a wide range of skin concerns with precision and effectiveness. Our team is eager to bring you the transformative benefits of Morpheus 8, and we can’t wait to embark on this exciting journey of beauty and rejuvenation with you. Explore the future of skincare and rediscover your radiance at Beautilase Med Spa!

What are Morpheus 8 Microneedling?

Morpheus 8 is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that combines microneedling with radiofrequency (RF) technology. It is designed to improve skin texture, reduce wrinkles, and tighten the skin on both the face and body. Here’s how Morpheus 8 microneedling works:

  • Microneedling: The procedure begins with the application of a topical numbing cream to minimize discomfort. Then, a handheld device with tiny, fine needles is used to create micro-injuries in the skin’s surface. These micro-injuries stimulate the body’s natural healing response.

  • Radiofrequency (RF) Energy: What sets Morpheus 8 apart is the incorporation of RF energy. The device simultaneously delivers RF energy through the microneedles into the deeper layers of the skin. This combination of microneedling and RF helps to target both the superficial and deeper layers of the skin, promoting collagen and elastin production.

  • Collagen Remodeling: As the skin heals from the microneedling and RF treatment, it undergoes a process of collagen remodeling. This results in firmer, smoother, and more youthful-looking skin.

Morpheus 8 microneedling is often used to address various cosmetic concerns, including:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles

  • Acne scars

  • Skin laxity

  • Uneven skin texture

  • Stretch marks

  • Hyperpigmentation

  • The treatment can be customized to suit different skin types and concerns, making it a versatile option for individuals looking to improve the appearance of their skin without the downtime associated with more invasive procedures.

    It’s essential to consult with a qualified and experienced healthcare provider or licensed aesthetician to determine if Morpheus 8 microneedling is the right treatment for your specific skin needs and to discuss potential risks and benefits.

    Who is a good candidate?

    Good candidates for Morpheus 8 microneedling typically include individuals who are seeking non-surgical skin rejuvenation and have specific skin concerns that the procedure can address. Here are some factors that make someone a suitable candidate for Morpheus 8:

  • Skin Texture Concerns: Morpheus 8 is effective in treating a range of skin texture concerns, including fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, uneven skin tone, and rough skin texture.

  • Skin Laxity: It can help improve skin laxity by promoting collagen and elastin production, making it a good option for those with mild to moderate skin sagging.

  • Different Skin Types: Morpheus 8 is suitable for a variety of skin types and tones. It can be adjusted to address the specific needs of the individual.

  • Realistic Expectations: Candidates should have realistic expectations about the results. While Morpheus 8 can provide noticeable improvements, it may not offer the same level of change as more invasive surgical procedures.

  • Skin Health: Good candidates should have generally healthy skin without active infections, open wounds, or other significant dermatological issues in the treatment area.

  • Age: Morpheus 8 is often sought by individuals in their 30s and older who are looking for non-surgical options to address aging-related skin concerns. However, it can also benefit younger individuals with specific skin issues.

  • Commitment to Aftercare: Candidates should be willing to follow post-treatment care instructions, which may include avoiding direct sunlight and using recommended skincare products.

  • Consultation: The best way to determine if you are a suitable candidate for Morpheus 8 is to have a consultation with a qualified healthcare provider or licensed aesthetician. They can assess your skin, discuss your goals, and recommend the most appropriate treatment plan for you.

  • It’s important to note that individual suitability for Morpheus 8 can vary, so a personalized assessment by a medical professional is crucial to ensure safety and effectiveness. Additionally, candidates should disclose any medical conditions, medications, or allergies during the consultation to ensure the procedure is safe for them.

    Who is not a good candidate?

    While Morpheus 8 microneedling is a safe and effective procedure for many individuals, there are certain conditions and circumstances that may make someone a less suitable candidate for the treatment. Here are some situations where Morpheus 8 may not be recommended:

  • Pregnant or Breastfeeding: Morpheus 8 is generally not recommended for individuals who are pregnant or breastfeeding, as the safety of the procedure during these times has not been thoroughly studied.

  • Active Skin Infections: If you have an active skin infection, such as a cold sore, herpes outbreak, or bacterial infection, in the treatment area, it’s usually advisable to postpone the procedure until the infection has resolved.

  • Recent Sunburn: It’s essential to avoid sunburned skin before the treatment. Ideally, individuals should avoid prolonged sun exposure and use sunscreen in the weeks leading up to the procedure.

  • Use of Certain Medications: Some medications, such as blood thinners, may increase the risk of bruising or bleeding during the procedure. It’s important to discuss all medications you are taking with your healthcare provider before undergoing Morpheus 8.

  • Keloid or Hypertrophic Scarring: If you have a history of keloid or hypertrophic scarring (excessive scar tissue formation), you may be at higher risk of developing abnormal scarring in response to microneedling. Your healthcare provider can assess your risk during a consultation.

  • Autoimmune Disorders: Individuals with certain autoimmune disorders, such as lupus or scleroderma, may not be suitable candidates for Morpheus 8, as the procedure can potentially trigger autoimmune responses.

  • Recent Chemical Peels or Laser Treatments: It’s typically recommended to wait a certain period (usually a few weeks to a few months) after undergoing chemical peels or laser treatments before having Morpheus 8 to avoid overstimulating the skin.

  • Unrealistic Expectations: Those with unrealistic expectations about the outcomes of the procedure may not be suitable candidates. Morpheus 8 can provide noticeable improvements, but it may not achieve the same results as surgical procedures.

  • Skin Sensitivity: Individuals with hypersensitive skin or a history of adverse reactions to skincare products or treatments may need to be cautious and have a skin sensitivity test before proceeding with Morpheus 8.

  • It’s crucial to have a thorough consultation with a qualified healthcare provider or licensed aesthetician before undergoing Morpheus 8 to assess your suitability, discuss your medical history, and address any concerns or questions you may have. They can provide personalized guidance based on your unique circumstances.

    What are the post procedure instructions?

    The specific post-procedure instructions for Morpheus 8 microneedling may vary slightly depending on your healthcare provider’s recommendations and your individual needs. However, here are some general guidelines to follow after a Morpheus 8 treatment:

  • Protect Your Skin: In the days immediately following the procedure, your skin will be more sensitive to the sun. It’s essential to protect it from direct sunlight. Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher, wear protective clothing, and avoid prolonged sun exposure.

  • Avoid Makeup: Refrain from applying makeup or any skincare products to the treated area for at least 24 hours after the procedure. Your healthcare provider may provide specific recommendations for post-treatment skincare.

  • Avoid Hot Water and Heat: For the first 48 hours after treatment, avoid hot showers, saunas, hot tubs, and any other sources of excessive heat.

  • Gentle Cleansing: When washing your face or the treated area, use a gentle, non-abrasive cleanser and lukewarm water. Pat your skin dry with a clean, soft towel, avoiding any harsh rubbing.

  • Moisturize: Apply a hydrating and non-irritating moisturizer to keep your skin hydrated. Your healthcare provider may recommend a specific product.

  • Avoid Scrubbing and Exfoliation: Do not use harsh scrubs, exfoliating agents, or products containing alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) or beta hydroxy acids (BHAs) for several days after the procedure.

  • Avoid Exercise and Sweating: Avoid vigorous exercise, sweating, and activities that could cause excessive heat or friction to the treated area for the first 48 hours.

  • Stay Hydrated: Drink plenty of water to keep your skin and body well-hydrated, which can aid in the healing process.

  • Follow Provider’s Recommendations: It’s essential to follow any additional post-procedure instructions provided by your healthcare provider. These instructions may include using specific skincare products, avoiding certain medications, or attending follow-up appointments.

  • Be Patient: Results from Morpheus 8 microneedling are not immediate. Collagen remodeling takes time, and you may start to see improvements in your skin’s texture and appearance over the course of several weeks to months.

  • Stay Hydrated: Drink plenty of water to keep your skin and body well-hydrated, which can aid in the healing process.

  • Always consult with your healthcare provider or aesthetician for personalized post-procedure instructions tailored to your specific treatment and skin type. If you have any concerns or experience unusual side effects, contact your provider promptly.

    What areas can you treat with Morpheus 8?

    Morpheus 8 is a versatile cosmetic procedure that can be used to treat various areas of the face and body to improve skin texture, tighten loose skin, and address specific concerns. Some of the common areas that can be treated with Morpheus 8 include:


  • Forehead

  • Cheeks

  • Under-eye area

  • Nasolabial folds (smile lines)

  • Jawline

  • Chin

  • Upper lip

  • Lower lip

  • Neck

  • Necklines or “tech neck”

  • Neck skin laxity

  • Double chin

  • Body

  • Abdomen

  • Flanks (love handles)

  • Upper arms (bat wings)

  • Thighs

  • Buttocks

  • Knees

  • Stretch marks on various body areas

  • Scars: Morpheus 8 can also be used to improve the appearance of certain types of scars, such as acne scars or surgical scars, on the face or body.

    The treatment’s ability to target both the superficial and deeper layers of the skin makes it suitable for addressing a wide range of skin texture concerns, wrinkles, and skin laxity issues in multiple areas. It can be customized to meet the unique needs and goals of everyone, making it a versatile option for non-surgical skin rejuvenation.

    Your healthcare provider or licensed aesthetician will assess your specific concerns during a consultation and determine the most appropriate treatment plan, including which areas to target and the number of sessions required to achieve your desired results.

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    This groundbreaking technology represents a significant milestone in the world of non-surgical aesthetics, allowing us to address a wide range of skin concerns with precision and effectiveness.

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