EFFECTIVE USES OF DERMAL MICRONEEDLING:
o Ageing skin
o Sun damage
o Hair restoration
What Is Microneedling?
MicroNeedling also called Dermal Needling or Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT) is an innovative, non-ablative treatment utilizing a tool called the “Derma Pen” to rejuvenate the skin. The Derma Pen uses very fine, stainless steel needles that puncture the skin creating tiny channels deep within the skin’s surface while protecting the top layer of the skin. This will induce the release of growth factors to promote scar less healing through collagen production.
How Does Microneedling Work?
Similar to that of many other non-surgical skin-tightening procedures, MicroNeedling creates a controlled Non-Thermal injury underneath the skin’s surface. The body then responds through the formation of new tissue layers of elastin and collagen fibers called “neo-collagenesis” as well as new capillaries for an improved blood supply called “neo-angiogenesis” in the treated area. The skin plumps and thickens in response to this stimulus, ultimately reducing the appearance of scars, and fine lines and other skin texture changes.
The results are natural, virtually no risk, effective and affordable to increase volume, firmness, and even skin tone!
Micro-needling can be performed on all parts of the body.
- It’s essential to use an SPF30+ sunscreen every day and avoid sun exposure or any other form of tanning prior to treatment.
- It’s essential to use an SPF30+ sunscreen every day and avoid sun exposure or any other form of tanning prior to treatment:
I. Excessive gym or cardiovascular exercise
II. Sauna or pool sessions in chlorinated water
IV. Spray or self-tanning
V. Cosmetic tattooing
VI. Shaving (12-24 hours)