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The use of small needles administered through a handheld electronic pen reach the papillary and reticular dermis in a purely mechanical way. Each individual microlesion is perceived by the skin as injury, but because the epidermal barrier is minimally disrupted, scarless wound healing occurs. This treatment delivers results that complement and, in some cases, replace more invasive treatments while showing less side effects and shorter downtime.
Collagen is a naturally occurring protein that gives your skin much of its strength and elasticity. When you get a cut or scrape on your body, collagen is one of the things that begins the healing process. A microneedling device accelerates the production of collagen on the surface of the skin. By pricking the skin, it causes collagen to build up, improving the skin's appearance.
After a microneedling treatment, your skin may appear slightly inflamed. Icing the affected area can help, and your skin should go back to normal in as little as 2 days!
Microneedling can treat the following conditions: