When you’re just browsing through our site and trying to learn more about different beauty treatments, it can be very easy to be confused. Even though there may be multiple ways to address your problem areas in skincare, there are also some treatments that are very similar on the surface even though they are very different. Two of those treatments are Morpheus and Bellus Microneedling.
Why the Confusion?
Both of these treatments have the keyword “microneedling,” making it seem like they treat the same problem. But in reality, they work very differently to produce very different results. Here is what you need to know about these two procedures and what they are used to treat.
Bellus is a microneedling procedure that addresses the appearance of deep acne scars, lines, or wrinkles. The tiny needles are passed over the skin making tiny punctures in the skin. This prompts the skin to heal itself with additional collagen, which in turn fills in the scars and lines on the face. It is usually followed by a PRP treatment.
Morpheus also uses microneedling, but in a very different way for a very different result. The key here is the Morpheus uses fractionated radio frequencies delivered through the microneedling. This allows the treatment to actually shrink and tighten the skin, repairing sagging eyelids, eye bags, jowls, and more.
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