How Much Does Microneedling Cost?

Would you like to refresh your appearance and look a few years younger without surgery?  If yes, microneedling may be the option for you. Microneedling is a favorite of many celebrities because of its youthful effects.  But since celebrities are getting microneedling, chances are you’re wondering how much it costs. 

Microneedling

What Exactly Is Microneedling?

Microneedling is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that uses tiny needles to penetrate the superficial layer of the skin to produce more collagen.  It leaves the skin firmer, thicker, and more youthful.   

Microneedling is also known as collagen induction therapy because of its collagen-building effects.   It may be done on various parts of the body but is commonly performed on the face, neck, and decolletage.

How Does Microneedling Work? 

A small hand-held device fitted with tiny sterilized needles is used to perform microneedling.  There are various microneedling devices on the market, including the advanced SkinPen.  

SkinPen is an FDA approved microneedling device that is safe and effective for women and men of all skin types.   It is clinically proven to reduce facial acne scars for adults 22 years and older.  SkinPen also reduces signs of aging and improves uneven skin tone, enlarged pores, hyperpigmentation, and more.  

A numbing agent is first applied to the skin to ensure a comfortable experience.  Once the skin is numbed, the microneedling device is moved across the skin, creating hundreds of microscopic injuries in the top layer. 

The micro-injuries kickstart the skin’s wound healing response, resulting in the production of new collagen and elastin, which are the building blocks of healthy, youthful skin.  Microneedling also increases cell turnover, which improves skin tone and texture. 

What To Expect After Treatment

The face will look slightly flushed after microneedling, but there is no downtime.  However, clients should minimize sun exposure in the days following treatment and apply sunblock generously.

How Much Does Microneedling Cost?

The cost of microneedling can range from $100 to $700 per session.  Most microneedling clients need 3-6 treatments (spaced 4-6 weeks apart) to see the best results.   

Factors That Affect The Cost Of Microneedling

The exact cost of microneedling varies depending on the part of the body being treated and the size of the area.   Other factors that affect the price of microneedling include:

  • Experience of the provider
  • Number of sessions needed to see results
  • Location of the practice

The final cost of microneedling can also be affected by add-on components such as Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP) therapy.    

Microneedling with PRP is a combination procedure that provides even better skin rejuvenation results.  PRP is packed with remarkable growth factors that have regenerative benefits. 

Performing microneedling in conjunction with PRP enhances the skin rejuvenation results, as the growth factors in PRP also stimulate collagen and accelerate cell turnover. 

Will Insurance Cover The Cost Of Microneedling?

Microneedling is an elective cosmetic procedure, so insurance will not cover the cost.  However, most practices offer package deals for patients to make the cost more affordable. 

Are You A Good Candidate For Microneedling?

If you are bothered by the appearance of skin issues such as acne scars, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, or sun damage, you may be a suitable candidate for microneedling. 

Is Microneedling Worth It?

Most people that have microneedling done are satisfied with the results and agree that it is worth the healthy, radiant skin it delivers.   Clients generally see a noticeable improvement in the firmness of their skin, as well as a reduction in signs of aging such as wrinkles, fine lines, and sagging skin.  

If you’re looking to refresh and rejuvenate your skin without surgery or downtime, microneedling can give you the radiant, younger-looking skin you desire. 

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