Treatment is suitable for both men and women, and skin colour or ethnicity is not a concern, as there is minimal risk of causing post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (darker patches of pigment change on the skin) which can be a risk with using treatments like lasers on darker skin types.
A thorough consultation and full medical history should be taken by your aesthetic medical practitioner to determine if there are any underlying medical conditions, allergies, or medication which may represent a caution or mean you are unsuitable for treatment. It is important to be honest with your healthcare practitioner who can assess and make sure this is the right treatment for you and a safe one for you.
If you have recently (within the last 3-6 months) had other medical aesthetic treatments in the area to be treated including cosmetic surgery, laser, dermabrasion, chemical peels, or dermal fillers, you may be required to wait before commencing treatment with radiofrequency depending on the proximity to the treatment area.
If you are generally healthy, there are few reasons why you would not be suitable for treatment with Morpheus8. Treatment cannot be performed if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.