Vivace vs infini?

Vivace RF and Infini RF both are micro-needling ? Which is better ?difference? Thanks all appreciate the help

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Vivace vs Infini

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There are probably now about 6 needle RF devices on the market, with the leader still Infini. Most don't have insulated needles and those should not be considered. Vivace has insulated needles. One of its deficiencies is its motor driver, which is very slow. Although wattage is high, the actual joules into the skin is low. This means that each treatment is less effective and more are needed. On Vivace literature/videos, it is stated that 3-6 treatments are needed. Infini has been doing its research and now supplies significantly higher energy into the skin to make each treatment even more effective. There is slightly more redness, lasting up to 4 or 5 days, but the results are better. These recent changes (Gen 1.2) consist of a new needle tip that gives a more even distribution of the energy. New settings which give higher joules per pulse. And a new user interface that makes treatment parameters easier to choose what's best for patients. 

Panama City Facial Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 75 reviews

The Advanced Vivace Microneedling System

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The Vivace Micro Memory Robotic Soothe glide control, uses precise insertion depth into the Epidermis and Dermis. Its smooth, quite, precise accuracy of depths and constant speed making each treatment a very comfortable patient experience. Results are amazing.

Kevin Sadati, DO
Orange County Facial Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 224 reviews

Advanced RF MicroNeedling Devices. Vivace

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The Vivace is the first microneedling with radiofrequency system that allows you to change the frequency of the energy being delivered through the needles. The current devices are only 1 or 2 MhZ, while the Vivace is the first device that has both settings. This is a critical advance as you can target the energy more accurately by selectively using this new feature strategically with either guarded or unguarded needles. Furthermore, unlike the Infini which uses solenoid "snap" motors, the Vivace is the first device to use a robotic micromotor to more gently push the needles into the skin, leading to a more comfortable patient experience. Other devices use hydraulic systems to drive the needles which some find similarly uncomfortable. Finally the Vivace circuit board is a more advanced Chevron circuit on a 36 pin set which allows for even energy delivery and a lower consumable cost. 

Farhan Taghizadeh, MD
Phoenix Facial Plastic Surgeon


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I am not aware if the Vivace microneedles are coated, thereby sparing The epidermis. The Infini needles are covered down to the tips, and   only release radio frequency energy  in The deeper parts of The dermis. This protects the epidermis. However, when  using any device, The most important factor is The physician who is performing The procedure. Find someone who has extensive experience in Microneedling  with radio frequency. Good luck.

Jeffrey Rapaport, MD
Englewood Dermatologic Surgeon
4.7 out of 5 stars 41 reviews

More Importantly-Add PRP

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Infini RF is a popular device but i love intensif much more because they are non insulated needles. Vivace has insulated needles, but may require more treatments. Most importantly though, I always do microneedling with prp for the best results. See an expert. Best, Dr. Emer

Jason Emer, MD
Los Angeles Dermatologic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 207 reviews


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This system is more advanced and uses energy targeted for treatment and is simple and delivers great results

Samer Muala, MD
Phoenix Family Physician
5.0 out of 5 stars 3 reviews

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