MicroNeedle Radiofrequency (Reju-Vamp Treatment)
Revamp your skin complexion with Reju-Vamp Treatment.
Reju-Vamp is a revamped version of the “Vampire Facial” which was done by Hollywood celebrity, Kim Kardashian. Vampire Facial combines microdermabrasion & PRP (platelet-rich plasma). Instead of PRP, Reju-Vamp treatment combines Microneedle Radiofrequency & application of an intense Rejuvenation Healing Mask rich in anti-oxidants and hydrating components to rejuvenate the skin.
Reju-Vamp treatment has many benefits.
- minimise pores
- reduce appearance of acne scars
- reduce fine lines / wrinkles
- brighten skin complexion
- boost skin radiance
- boost skin collagen
- lighten dark spots
How Does It Work?
Reju-Vamp Treatment has 2 steps.
1st step : Microneedling is done where micro-columns are created in the skin. The red light generated during treatment helps to generate new collagen and skin tissue for smoother, firmer, more toned skin.
2nd step : After microneedling, Rejuvenation Healing Mask is applied immediately for 20 minutes.
Healing DNA-building blocks are infused directly into the deep skin layers as micro-columns have been created, thus unleashing its healing potential. The Rejuvenation step does 2 very powerful things – HEAL + ANTI-AGE
Reju-Vamp treatment is an excellent choice for a range of skin conditions, including:
- large pores
- acne scars
- skin regeneration
- lines and wrinkles
- dull skin
This treatment is minimally invasive and have a minimal downtime.
Frequently Asked Questions about Reju-Vamp
IS REJU-VAMP TREATMENT PAINFUL?
Numbing cream will be administered before the treatment for maximum comfort.
IS IT A SAFE PROCEDURE? WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS?
Yes, it is a safe procedure. Your skin will have slight redness and there will be a social downtime of up to 5 days. It is advisable to minimise outdoor activities and apply sunblock adequately to minimise the chances hyperpigmentation.
WHEN CAN I SEE RESULTS?
You will start to see results – brighter, radiant skin complexion after day 6 of the treatment. During the healing process, your skin will form micro scabs and it is advisable not to scrub or remove it.