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MEET INNOVATIVE BEAUTY & WELLNESS TECHNOLOGY
WELCOME TO MORPHEUS8: RF FRACTIONAL MICRONEEDLING
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Morpheus8 delivers the deepest fractional treatments available, penetrating subdermal tissue up to 8mm (7mm + 1mm thermal profile).
Dual Handpieces allow for increased treatment functionality: Morpheus8 for smaller treatment areas and Morpheus8 Body for larger and deeper tissue treatments.
21ST CENTURY TECHNOLOGY
Intelligent programmable technology and large, easy to navigate LCD treatment screen
WHAT IS INMODE: MORPHEUS8?
This Technology Changes The Game
Morphheus8 is a minimally invasive Subdermal Adipose Remodeling Device (SARD), designed to remodel collagen and coagulate adipose tissue. This interchangeable portfolio of microneedling tips, with different pin configurations (Prime 12 pin, Resurfacing 24 pin, Morpheus8 24 pin), provides physicians with a modular solution to deliver customizable full body fractional treatments.
FACE AND BODY
Morpheus8 targets subdermal layers of the skin and tissue to remodel collagen on the face and body.
This fractional tissue treatment simulates the production of collagen in the underlying layers of the dermis. Morpheus8’s modular tips enable procedures to be customized for large or small body areas.
DARKER SKIN TONES
Morpheus8 effectively remodels skin and tissue with minimal risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. Patients should expect little to no thermal damage to skin types I – VI.
Target the deeper layers of the skin to remodel the dermis and sub-dermis with Morpheus8’s advanced radiofrequency technology.
SAFE ON YOUR SKIN
Safe on skin types up to and including VI with little risk of post inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) which is common with other resurfacing methods.