Fab Medical Aesthetics


Microneedling is a cosmetic procedure that uses small, sterilized needles to prick the skin. The purpose of this treatment is to generate new collagen and skin tissue to smooth, firm, and tone skin. Microneedling is used to encourage collagen production by taking advantage of the body’s natural healing response.
Microneedling is minimally invasive, requiring little to no downtime. It is considered safe for most people who are in overall good health.


Microneedling has gained popularity for its growing list of benefits. It is said to rejuvenate and plump the skin with minimal discomfort and can be adjusted to fit each person’s needs.
Benefits of microneedling can include:

Reducing the appearance of scars, including acne scars
Reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
Reducing enlarged pores
Reducing the appearance of hyperpigmentation, or dark spots
Smoothing uneven skin tone

What happens during Microneedling?

After your skin is cleansed, a numbing cream such as lidocaine is applied. Next, your Aesthetician or health care provider uses a hand-held electric tool with tiny needles that pulse up and down to puncture the skin. The length of the needles can be adjusted. Longer needles go deeper into the skin, which might be necessary for deep scars or pockmarks from acne.
You may feel warmth or a scratching sensation on your face once the microneedling starts. Deep microneedling might cause a little bleeding. Each session may last about 30 minutes depending on the area treated. In just an hour you can be back to work or play without down time or pain.

What can I expect after Microneedling?

You can experience minor redness and irritation for a few days following the procedure. Some people also have dry, flaking skin that improves with moisturizer. A typical patient recommendation is a series of 3 or 4 treatments spaced one month apart, however that can vary based on individual needs. A once-a-year treatment may be recommended for maintenance. Results will appear over the next several months.

What safety tips should I know before Microneedling?

The FDA regulates microneedling products that are medical devices to make sure they are safe and work as claimed. Not all microneedling products are medical devices. The FDA has not authorized any microneedling medical devices for over-the-counter sale. The FDA recommends that this service be performed by a certified dermatologist, plastic surgeon or an aesthetician under a doctor’s supervision. Microneedling is not suitable for everyone, so it’s important to talk to a health care provider if you have:

Active acne or use certain acne medications.
Cancer and are receiving chemotherapy or radiation therapy.
Moderate to severe psoriasis or eczema
Frequent rashes (contact dermatitis) or cold sores.

At Fab Aesthetics we use an effective numbing cream pre-treatment and a specialized face mask post treatment to further enhance your comfort. In addition, we utilize the latest version of the proven microneedling system with Radio Frequency. The new robotic precise handpiece delivers precise and comfortable treatments every time. No other system has the technology or reputation of the VybeRF.

VybeRF microneedling stimulates collagen and precisely delivers RF energy at desired depths to target fine lines and wrinkles. VybeRF offers multiple ways to customize treatments for the face, neck, décolleté, and hands with precise depths, and effective yet comfortable power levels.

FDA-cleared for 1 and 2 MHz frequencies
Pain-free, smooth needle delivery with Robotic Precision Delivery (RPD)
Chevron-circuit pattern to safely distribute energy and add comfort
36 gold-coated, insulated microneedles
Precise Microneedle depth of 0.5mm – 3.5mm in 0.1mm increments
Blue or red LED to complement treatment effectiveness.

PRP facial

A PRP or a platelet-rich plasma facial treatment is a rejuvenation treatment for your skin that is an alternative to a surgical facelift. It is notable and has attracted a lot of interest because the procedure uses your blood.
Human blood is made up of four main components – the platelets, plasma, white blood cells and red blood cells.
When you have the treatment, a small sample of your blood is taken and placed into a centrifuge. This spins the blood around and separates the plasma and platelets from the red blood cells.

There are a variety of amazing benefits you can gain from having a PRP facial. (PRP hair loss treatment is also one of its uses).
Some of the most common and desirable benefits of PRP facials include:

Increased production of collagen
The micro-needling technique is already associated with stimulating the growth and reproduction of collagen by causing skin cell trauma. When it is combined with PRP, you are essentially getting a double whammy of a collagen boost. Once your skin has been penetrated, its existing collagen will begin healing it over. While this is happening, new, healthier, and tougher collagen is being grown by your body. Although it takes a few weeks for this new collagen to grow, you will notice almost instant skin tightening.

Better Moisture retention
As PRP facials will help improve the strength and thickness of your skin, they will also help to provide the necessary protection for the deeper skin layers. This also helps to increase moisture retention and can help with unclogging your pores, which will mean your skin works better with moisturizers.

Improved Skin Texture and Tone
If you suffer from hyperpigmentation, stretch marks, scars resulting from a traumatic injury, surgical scars, acne scars and other types of skin texture or tone problems, PRP facials can help.

PRP(Add on)

A PRP or a platelet-rich plasma facial treatment is a rejuvenation treatment for your skin that can be added on to any microneedling service or injected as a stand alone treatment. It is notable and has attracted a lot of interest because the procedure utilizes your own blood platelets which helps with collagen production which may help with fine lines, hyperpigmentation, acne scars, hair loss and sagging skin.