APSARAS1Lutronic has announced the launch of a new 16 microneedle tip for its Infini radiofrequency microneedle system.

They claim that it will offer more precise treatment for smaller areas, such as the peri-orbital region, as well as being less expensive than the standard 49 microneedle version.

Infini claims to work faster than competing systems by eliminating damage to the surface of the skin and delivering RF energy directly to the dermis. Its proponents insist that Infini produces reliable results with reduced downtime when compared with similar devices.