The Process and Purpose of Microneedling
Are you considering micro needling but want to know more? Watch this video and hear from a dermatologist and physician’s assistant on what exactly this treatment consists of.
Micro needling is a great way to see positive results in fine lines and wrinkles, large pores, and the texture and tone of your skin. The science behind it lies in collagen induction therapy.
You start by having numbing cream sit on your skin for about ten minutes. Then a tool with tiny needles penetrates your skin. As the skin heals from the puncture marks, everything tightens and that’s where you start to see visible improvements. The more you treat your skin, the better the results are going to be. Treatments are typically spaced about two months apart for the best results, but you can safely get this done every thirty days if that better suits your needs.
Micro needling can also be used to insert botox into the skin, without the usual effect on muscle movement. Due to the numbing cream, the procedure is painless and there is minimal downtime following your appointment. You can expect a little redness and swelling up to a day after you receive micro needling. Micro needling is a fantastic way to gain your confidence back and be proud of your skin!