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What Conditions Does Micro-Needling Treat?

Friday , 4, February 2022 Comments Off on What Conditions Does Micro-Needling Treat?

Microneedling, also referred to as percutaneous collagen induction therapy is carried out using a hand pen or drum-shaped device that is powered by electricity using tiny needles to create tiny, precise punctures to the skin. These "micro-injuries" don't cause scars, but they function by stimulating the skin to heal itself in a natural process known as dermal remodeling.

The process begins with inflammation that stimulates the skin to create the new collagen (the elastic fibers which make skin smooth, tight, young). A minimum of three to five monthly treatments are recommended for the best results.

What conditions does micro-needling treat?

Microneedling is used to treat surgical scars, acne scarring, burns, enlarged pores, wrinkles, and stretch marks, among other skin disorders that generate depressions in the skin. You can get the bests service of micro-needling facial via

Radiofrequency Microneedling for Acne Scars Before and After

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Since micro-needling doesn't bring thermal energy to the skin, as lasers do, patients who suffer from Melasma (dark areas that appear on facial skin) as well as hyperpigmentation (dark spots on the skin) can have micro-needling done without the danger of causing more the problem of pigmentation.

Microneedling is sometimes used to help topical skin treatments to penetrate the skin more effectively. For example, micro-needling is sometimes performed before application of minoxidil, used to treat common hair loss (androgenic alopecia, which affects both men and women).