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I am 23 yr old female, i have a baby face and thinking of getting vaccum rf treatment, would it have side effects on my skin and is it a bad idea?

5 doctors weighed in
Dr. George Wooming
Dermatology
3 doctors agree

In brief: Not a bad idea

You are kind of young for procedures but you may have skin that can benefit.
Ask questions to those that plan on performing the procedure & why that is the best option for your skin problem/type or what you are trying to accomplish.

In brief: Not a bad idea

You are kind of young for procedures but you may have skin that can benefit.
Ask questions to those that plan on performing the procedure & why that is the best option for your skin problem/type or what you are trying to accomplish.
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Dr. Natalie Hodge
Pediatrics

In brief: Beauty of Youth

Yes.
, there are side effects. One is "fat necrosis" meaning the trauma can cause small areas of fat to die and leave dimpling in the skin. Yes, this is also DEFINITELY a bad idea for such a young woman! Consider working with a counselor on why you are having thoughts about such procedures as a young lady.

In brief: Beauty of Youth

Yes.
, there are side effects. One is "fat necrosis" meaning the trauma can cause small areas of fat to die and leave dimpling in the skin. Yes, this is also DEFINITELY a bad idea for such a young woman! Consider working with a counselor on why you are having thoughts about such procedures as a young lady.
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Dr. Frank Kuitems
Internal Medicine

In brief: Yes

It's great that you have a Babyface with time it will age normally.
Would recommend you do nothing about it leave nature alone consult with the dermatologist for personal Opinion and treatment plan

In brief: Yes

It's great that you have a Babyface with time it will age normally.
Would recommend you do nothing about it leave nature alone consult with the dermatologist for personal Opinion and treatment plan
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