For those looking to improve the look of scars, boost collagen, or encourage hair growth, microneedling can offer a minimally invasive solution. The practice dates back to 1995, but has gained significant traction in recent years thanks to new technology—and YouTube and Instagram.
Microneedling Creates Microscopic Punctures In The Skin
Simply put, microneedling is the insertion of very fine short needles into the skin for the purposes of rejuvenation. But, if the prospect of multiple needle wounds sounds slightly ominous to you, know that the punctures are more like pin-pricks that enter only surface-level deep.
Microneedling Offers Rapid Results
From microneedling alone, your skin should look plump, pink and luminous. On a short-term basis, it plumps the skin and makes it look more radiant from inflammation and very superficial swelling.
But Microneedling Also Promises Improvement Over Time
Multiple microneedling sessions spaced several weeks apart can produce an even greater increase in collagen and elastin production, further enhancing the appearance of your skin.
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