Microneedling creates microscopic openings in the surface of the skin. Microneedling creates microscopic openings and micro damages on the surface of the skin. This procedure causes the tissue to produce new collagen and elastin, resulting in smoother, healthier skin. The treatment is entirely non-surgical and requires minimal downtime. You may hear Microneedling called collagen induction therapy because the treatment boosts the collagen in your skin. Collagen is the supportive structure of youthful, smooth skin, which naturally declines with age. By generating the creation of collagen, Microneedling leads to softer, plumper, firmer skin.
Improves skin conditions such as:
- Wrinkles and fine lines
- Mild inelasticity
- Acne scars
- Large pores
- Rough skin
- Dull skin
Modern treatments use a mechanical pen-like device. The device penetrates the skin at a particular depth, making the treatment customizable. As the provider applies the device to the skin, it produces tiny openings or micro-wounds in the epidermis. These punctures prompt a healing response in the skin without harming the tissue. Microneedling causes the skin to sufficiently absorb any variety of rejuvenating skin products chosen by your trained provider to best suit your skin.
Which areas are treated?
The treated area includes the face, chest, neck, abdomen, and thighs. Microneedling treats acne scars, stretch marks, sagging skin, and fine lines.
When will I see the results?
The enhancements will be gradually noticeable eight to twelve weeks after the procedure. We recommend 3 sessions for optimal results.
Are there side effects?
Most commonly, people experience sunburn-like redness. You may experience peeling, dryness, swelling, and bumps. These symptoms subside within a few days.