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combining Fractional rF microneedling and SuperFicial rF reSurFacing

@inproceedings{Uibu2012combiningFR,
  title={combining Fractional rF microneedling and SuperFicial rF reSurFacing},
  author={Marge Uibu},
  year={2012}
}
Recent trends in aesthetic treatments are for a natural and healthy look, less invasive procedures, combined treatments, repetitive treatments, and regular care. The optimal aesthetic treatment should be effective, safe, suitable for different areas of the body, easy to perform, and with minimal recovery time. As ageing is a continuous process, the treatment should also be suitable for repetitive treatments, while reinforcing the natural and healthy look of the skin. Much is being discussed… 

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