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What are the Benefits of Microneedling?

Are you looking for a simple way to restore the youthful beauty of your skin? Microneedling may be the solution for you.   Microneedling is a cosmetic treatment that can improve skin health and combat a variety of skin issues.  SO, what are the benefits of microneedling?

What Is Microneedling?

Microneedling is a minimally invasive procedure that uses a microneedling device with tiny needles to create micro-injuries in the top layer of the skin.  The body responds to these injuries by forming new, healthy tissue.  Microneedling is frequently done on the face but can be used to treat other areas of the body. 

What to Expect After Microneedling

It’s normal to experience some redness and minor swelling after microneedling, but these side-effects usually last only for a few hours. 

What Are The Benefits Of Microneedling?

Microneedling is also known as collagen induction therapy, and that’s because it boosts the production of collagen in the skin.   The controlled skin injuries initiate an inflammatory response in the skin that increases cell turnover, and triggers the growth of new collagen as well as elastin.  Collagen is an essential protein that enhances the strength and elasticity of the skin. 

The additional collagen makes the skin plumper and firmer, which helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.  Collagen also restores the youthful fullness and overall radiance of the skin. 

Microneedling also helps to improve sun-damaged skin because the device breaks up areas of pigmented skin to reduce hyperpigmentation.  

Microneedling also improves skin tone and texture, treats scars and stretch marks, and reduces enlarged pores. 

After microneedling, topical skincare products can penetrate deeper into the skin  and are therefore absorbed more effectively.   

If you would like to improve your appearance, microneedling may be just what you need to achieve healthy, younger-looking skin. 

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