Everyone’s talking about Morpheus8 just now. It’s been heavily featured in recent media with Judy Murray being fully transparent about having this cosmetic procedure, carried out by Dr Judy Todd, and allowing the media to share the images of her remarkable, non-surgical facelifting transformation. This really demonstrates how, over the course of a year or so, you can get these really amazing, natural-looking aesthetic, facial rejuvenation and skin improvement outcomes without having had any significant surgical procedures. So, what is Morpheus8? Read on to find out more…
Morpheus8 is a revolutionary radiofrequency and micro-needling treatment that delivers exceptional skin, tissue and collagen remodelling to improve skin appearance and reduce irregularities. Here, at Clinetix, we’ve been using radiofrequency skin rejuvenation at our clinics for several years now but the advantage of the Morpheus8 device is that we can simultaneously treat the superficial skin concerns of laxity and sagging whilst also addressing the subcutaneous fat for tightening of the skin.
Morpheus 8 is an ideal treatment choice for people with sagging skin, rough or uneven texture, or sun damage. It can be applied to the surface of the skin, to treat fine lines, wrinkles and issues with skin texture or it can be applied deeper into the dermis, under the surface of your skin, for a lifting and tightening, non-surgical facelifting effect.
Radiofrequency Technologies By Inmode
As fans and followers of Clinetix will know, we always aim to bring you only the best, evidence-based technologies so that we can offer our patients the most suitable treatment option to meet both their concerns and their aspirations. The Morpheus8 device was developed by Inmode, who specialise in radiofrequency technologies and are also the company behind some of the other skin tightening, skin rejuvenation and non-surgical facelift brands we offer, namely, Forma, Fractora and NeckTite (also called FaceTite).
Discover a Younger Looking You
Let’s face it, unless we’re in the first flush of youth, we’d all like to look and feel a younger, fresher version of ourselves. That’s how Inmode brand ambassador, Paula Abdul felt when looking for safe, noticeable aesthetic results…commenting “I wanted to create a younger profile”. For anyone growing up in the ‘80s, you’ll remember Paula’s signature hit “Straight Up”. Well, “Straight Up” Paula looks fabulous for her 58 years young and is a great ambassador and role model for spreading the word about Inmode technologies and the aesthetic results they can offer.
What Does the Morpheus8 Treatment Involve?
The treatment is classed as a minimally invasive procedure as it uses a matrix of micro pins to target the deeper layers of the skin. It is a subdermal adipose (fat) remodelling device designed to remodel the tissues of the face and neck (although it can also be used on the body). Radiofrequency energy heats the deep layers of the skin, in a controlled way, to stimulate the production of collagen (which we lose through the natural skin ageing process, eventually causing the skin to wrinkle and become saggy). By targeting this deeper layer of the skin, under the dermis, the tissues of the face can be remodelled to reveal a more radiant, youthful appearance.
Full Facial Rejuvenation
In this short video, Clinical Director, Dr Simon Ravichandran MBChB. MRCS discusses this minimally invasive procedure for advanced skin rejuvenation.
Morpheus8 can be used in combination with other treatments such as Anti-Wrinkle Injections or Dermal Fillers, in a multi-modal approach to full facial rejuvenation, delivering dynamic, natural-looking results – you, just the best version of you.
If you would like to find out more about Morpheus8 or have any questions about treatments you are considering, you can always ask our expert team. They are always happy to help with any specific questions you may have regarding medical aesthetic treatments or skin care.
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