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Fine Lines and Wrinkle Treatments at Spark Health

Reverse the signs of aging and diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Spark Health’s microneedling procedures are natural and non-invasive. Uncover the secret to wrinkle-free skin.

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Fine Lines and Wrinkle Treatments at Spark Health

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    Fine lines and wrinkles are a natural part of the aging process. As the American Academy of Dermatology explains, fine lines are caused by repeated contraction of facial muscles, including those you use to smile, laugh, or frown.

    As you grow older, the collagen and elastin in your skin begin to break down causing the skin to become thinner and less supple. Collagen and elastin loss causes fine lines to mature into deep wrinkles. While you cannot prevent your body from aging, you can manage the appearance of wrinkles, skin discolorations, and texture.

    What causes fine lines?

    Environmental and behavioral factors are major contributors to your skin appearance.

    • Smoking
    • Sun exposure
    • Air pollution
    • Using the wrong skincare products

    Though deeper wrinkles can be treated effectively, it is best to treat preventatively.  Spark Health's doctors and aesthetic experts offer some of the best treatments for fine lines and wrinkles and prescribe post-treatment care plans.

    Fine Lines and Wrinkle Treatments at Spark Health:

    • Classic Microneedling
    • Radiofrequency (RF) Microneedling
    • Radiofrequency (RF) Skin Tightening
    • Neuromodulators
    • Dermal Fillers

    Classic Microneedling:

    We use the SkinPen for classic microneedling with hyaluronic acid, platelets and/or growth factors. This helps to reduce fine lines and wrinkles through collagen induction.

    Radiofrequency (RF) Microneedling:

    Radiofrequency has all of the benefits of classic microneedling, with the addition of radiofrequency energy. Adding radiofrequency can mean faster results and may reduce the number of treatments needed. It also provides the added benefit of lifting and tightening the skin.

    Radiofrequency (RF) Skin Tightening:

    Radiofrequency (RF) skin tightening involves using a handheld device that sends RF energy to stimulate collagen production to lift and tighten the targeted area. It can be used for the face, neck, chest and other areas of the body.


    Our experienced injectors use a variety of neuromodulators to stop the muscle contractions that contribute to wrinkle formation, especially in the forehead, crow's feet and between the eyebrows (frown lines).

    Dermal Fillers:

    Our experienced injectors use a variety of fillers to restore volume loss in the face and lips.

    Why Choose Spark Health?

    Spark Health provides several in-office skincare treatments including RF microneedling, radiofrequency skin tightening, neuromodulators, fillers, lasers, hormonal balancing, IV nutrient therapy for skincare, and nutritional counseling. Our doctors work one-on-one with our patients to determine the best treatment, given the patient's treatment goals and physiology. Spark Health takes a holistic approach to skincare and other health issues.

    Why Choose Spark Health?

    Our Skincare Specialists

    Dr. Christina Bradshaw, ND

    Naturopathic Doctor

    A New Jersey native, Dr. Christina Bradshaw earned her undergraduate degree in biochemistry with a double minor in chemistry and spanish from Villanova University in Pennsylvania. Her passion for medicine and science...

    Victoria Stegeman, RN

    Medical Aesthetic Specialist

    Victoria Stegeman RN, is a Medical Aesthetic Specialist, whose talents include injection of neuromodulators and fillers as well as proper use of lasers, and RF machines. She is known for her attention to detail...






    Since there are a variety of options that will treat fine lines and wrinkles, it is best to schedule a skincare consultation to determine the right treatment for you.

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