Microneedling is a treatment that uses a mechanical needling device as a controlled method of causing micro-injury to the skin, stimulating the body’s healing and regenerative process.
No one wants to look older than they are. But premature ageing that presents as fine lines and wrinkles does just that. Skin can also lose collagen due to injuries, such as acne scarring, stretch marks, or other scars. Traditionally known as Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT), Microneedling fights fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, and other skin concerns by stimulating collagen production.
Microneedling is ideal for patients who are not keen on having invasive procedures and those who require more than superficial microdermabrasion. This course of treatment is also perfect for those who have suffered from acne or have other skin problems such as scars, stretch marks, or pitting.
Microneedling has an important role in maintaining our collagen and reducing the 3D’s, deterioration of our skin. Other facial changes include deflation and descent. See Full Face Lift.
When implemented by an experienced professional, Microneedling can be extremely useful in treating most skin-related issues, including:
● Signs of ageing
● Stretch marks
● Large pores
● Sun damage
● Skin pigmentation issues
Microneedling is commonly used on the face. However, the process can also be beneficial in other areas, such as the neck and hands. Microneedling also improves the effectiveness of topical products as the skin absorbed the creams, serums, and gels more readily than before. Microneedling awesome effects are comparable to laser and chemical peel treatments but without the long downtime