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Microneedling with radiofrequency for improvement in neck skin laxity and texture

Journal of Dermatology & Cosmetology
Mildred Lopez Pineiro, Joely Kaufman

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In recent years, the number of patients presenting with neck rhytides has been increasing. This increase is in part due to the availability of newer non-invasive technology to treat the normal aging process, but also due to the postural and behavioral changes of this generation where people adopt a head down posture in order to be able to use their computers or smartphones. We present the successful treatment of a case of anterior neck skin laxity and texture with microneedling and radiofrequency.


radiofrequency, microneedling, neck laxity, neck rhytides, biostimulation, collagen remodeling, neck rhytides, electrothermal reaction