SRF Microneedling for Improved Comfort.
Microneedling for acne reduces the effects of acne scarring and achieves smoother skin. The advanced technology in Scarlet SRF System uses short pulse radiofrequency to resurface uneven skin surfaces and can be used on both the face and body. Typically, requires 3 to 6 treatments to obtain optimal results.
Faster Treatment Time
Scarlet SRF in St. Louis is a fairly quick treatment with minimal to no downtime.
Safe For All Skin Types
Unlike other treatments, the Scarlet SRF is safe to be used on all skin colors.
Targets multiple areas
Scarlet technology can be used on multiple parts of the body including the scalp, face, and body.
What it Treats
Acne & Acne Scarring
Little to no recovery time for most patients.
How it works
The first true fractional RF micro-needling device, Scarlet SRF can safely and effectively heat the skin to 3.5mm deep. The fractional nature of the device means less downtime and less pain than other devices. The best part about this treatment is that most patients begin to see improvements following their first treatment.
The penetration depth of up to 3.5 mm is optimal for remodeling of the skin structure and firmness.
Dispersion of Radio Frequency
Scarlet SRF distributes RF energy through 25 non-insulated microneedles, creating electrocoagulation of soft tissue.
Most patients can immediately return to work or home following their treatment. Some people may experience mild redness and swell for 1 to 2 days.
A Men’s Clinic To Raise Performance
The Edge For Men is a Clinic in the St Louis area that focuses on enhancing men’s performance. Whether in the office, the gym, or the bedroom, we offer a range of services to improve your appearance and performance. We help you to live life optimally! Each patient has access to the following:
An unmatched offering of body sculpting treatments
Testosterone optimization to improve performance
Sexual enhancement treatments for optimal performance
Skin and injectable treatments to enhance the appearance
Under the medical direction of Richard Moore, M.D.