Monday, 13 February 2017

Microneedling




Microneedling is a minimally invasive treatment that induces a controlled injury to the dermal and epidermal junction in the skin. The goal of this treatment is to remove skin imperfections and promote collagen and elastin growth.


What does microneedling treat?


Scars: C-Section, burn scars, acne scars.
Stretch marks
Dark spots (sun spots/hyper-pigmentation)
Fine lines/ wrinkles
Hair loss

Areas of treatment:


Face
Arms
Neck
Legs
D├ęcolletage
Abdomen
Hands
Back

What is Microneedling Like?

Prior to the treatment a numbing agent is applied to the area being treated. Most clients report feeling little to no pain.

How many treatments are required?
This depends on the areas you want to treat and what you are trying to achieve. Generally clients need about 3-6 treatments for maximum results. Those looking to treat deep wrinkles, stretch marks, advanced sun damage, or scarring may need 6 or more treatments. For the safety of your skin the treatments are spaced out about one month apart from each other.


Results:


Because the process causes less damage than some other treatment options like dermal rolling or lasers, the healing process is quicker and in many cases more successful. Post-treatment you may be red or pink, almost as if you got sunburn, however in a few days your skin should heal.


Laser Versus  Microneedling 









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