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What is Morpheus8 Treatment?

Morpheus8 has been described as an enhanced form of microneedling. Microneedling itself sees tiny pinpricks being made in the skin. This encourages the body to start its self-healing process and so produces more collagen. Collagen is essential when it comes to giving skin a youthful look and smooth, firm texture. Morpheus8 treatment sees microneedling being combined with radio frequency (RF) treatment.

RF treatments work by sending waves deep into the skin. These waves heat the deep layers of the skin and this, in turn, stimulates collagen. Morpheus8 combines the controlled trauma caused by microneedling with the heat of RF treatment. This, in effect, gives the skin a double impact and sees collagen production is stimulated. This can lead to the skin appearing younger and in overall better condition. Morpheus8 treatment itself is delivered using a device that has numerous needles. It is these needles that cause the trauma and the device can be programmed as to how deep the needles go. 

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What Conditions Can Morpheus8 Treatment Be Used For?

As Morpheus8 treatment stimulates the production of collagen, it can be used to treat a variety of issues that people face with their skin. The procedure has become popular amongst celebrity names because of how successful it is and how it is minimally invasive. As there are no incisions made and nothing is removed from the body, Morpheus8 treatment requires very little in terms of recovery time. It is an ideal treatment for issues such as:

  • Sagging skin
  • Excess fat in the face
  • Acne scars
  • Stretch marks
  • Wrinkles

Utilising Morpheus8 UK has seen many people resolve a host of body issues that they were dealing with. Certainly, when it comes to dealing with acne scars, this treatment has been shown to be highly effective and has literally transformed people’s lives. The impact on mental health caused by acne scars and stretch marks can not be underestimated and Morpheus8 has brought welcome relief to many. 

What Areas Is Morpheus8 Treatment Suitable For?

When considering if Morpheus8 is worth it, it is important to realise that it can actually provide a whole-body treatment. Anywhere that there is skin that is sagging or showing signs of ageing such as wrinkles or fine lines can benefit from Morpheus8 treatment. The way that the body reacts to the treatment means that it will produce collagen whether the procedure is used on your face or your buttocks. Some of the most common areas that benefit from treatment include:

  • Loose sagging skin on the face
  • Sagging skin around the jawline or across the body as a whole
  • Wrinkles and fine lines on the face
  • Skin that is sagging or wrinkled under the eyes
  • Acne scars on the face, chest, and back
  • Stretch marks on the abdomen, arms, and legs

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Why Do People Have It?

Anywhere that there is skin that is sagging or showing signs of ageing such as wrinkles or fine lines can benefit from Morpheus8 treatment.

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How Many Morpheus8 Treatments Are Needed?

Morpheus8 UK has continued to increase in popularity due to the fact that it is minimally invasive. Added to this is the fact that is no need for numerous treatments. The exact number of treatments that you will require will depend upon the area that is being looked at. It will also depend upon the nature of the issue that the Morpheus8 treatment is being used for. For example, acne scarring may take repeated treatments to get the very best results.

Generally speaking, people will usually require between 1 and 3 treatments to achieve their desired outcome. A consultation with a specialist at the Cadogan Clinic can allow you to find out how many treatments are likely to be needed and if your expectations can be met. 

When Will I See Results From Morpheus8 Treatment?

Many people seeking cosmetic procedures are looking for quick results. When it comes to seeing an improvement in a short amount of time, Morpheus8 is an ideal option. Of course, everyone’s body is individual and this means that there may be a slight variation in how quickly you notice improvements. That being said, people usually see results in a matter of days. The results continue to improve over the next few months.

When considering if Morpheus8 is worth it, it is important to know how long the results last for as well as how quickly the results can be seen. The effects of the procedure are permanent, but that does not stop the skin from continuing to age. Some people see that the results are clear to see for 12 months while others report them lasting up to 3 years. To maintain the best appearance and results, it is worth having top-up sessions regularly. 

How Much Does Morpheus8 Cost?

Morpheus8 price is an obvious consideration for those who are looking into the treatment. As well as looking at price alone, it is important to consider where you have the procedure carried out. You need to ensure that the clinic that you use has an outstanding reputation as do the surgeons. 

Morpheus costs can vary across the UK, but on average you can expect to pay from around £700 to £2,200 depending on treatment requirements. The best way to find out how effective Morpheus8 would be for you, and how much it would cost, is to book in for a consultation with one of our specialists. 

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