Radiofrequency (RF) technologies are increasingly employed in dermatology to achieve skin rejuvenation with minimal adverse effects and downtime. Radiofrequency enables physicians to augment targeted tissue layers while sparing melanocytes and the cutaneous surface, thereby preventing dyspigmentation and prolonged wound healing. Recent advances in RF have expanded the array of treatment indications and improved cosmetic outcomes. Future developments are likely to further enhance the therapeutic index of RF. This review will shed light on the technical aspects and clinical outcomes of the most recent developments in RF technologies.