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Microneedling

Microneedling has emerged as a popular cosmetic procedure, it involves puncturing the skin with small, sterile needles to stimulate collagen production and improve the appearance of acne scars, wrinkles, stretch marks, and overall skin texture.

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How it Works?

Microneedling offers a range of benefits for skin rejuvenation and improvement that extend beyond surface-level enhancements, promoting long-term skin health and vitality.

By stimulating the skin's natural healing response through controlled micro-injuries, microneedling encourages the production of collagen and elastin, essential proteins for maintaining skin elasticity and firmness. This process can lead to a reduction in the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and acne scars over time.


Additionally, microneedling can enhance the absorption of topical skincare products, allowing them to penetrate deeper into the skin for increased efficacy.


Furthermore, microneedling is a versatile treatment suitable for various skin types and concerns, including uneven skin texture, hyperpigmentation, and stretch marks.

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Studies suggest that around 85% of individuals experience acne at some point in their lives, with varying degrees of severity

80%

Patients

Clinical studies have demonstrated significant reductions in the severity of acne scars following microneedling treatments. Studies found that over 80% of participants experienced noticeable improvement in acne scars after multiple microneedling sessions

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BEFORE OPERATION

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BEFORE OPERATION

Before undergoing microneedling, the skincare professional evaluates the individual's skin type, any existing skin conditions, and the suitability of microneedling for their specific needs.

Patients may be advised to discontinue certain skincare products or treatments in the days leading up to the procedure to minimize the risk of irritation or complications.

DURING OPERATION

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DURING OPERATION

During the microneedling procedure, the microneedling device is gently moved across the skin in targeted areas. The device creates controlled micro-injuries in the skin's surface, stimulating the body's natural healing response and promoting collagen production.

The depth and intensity of the microneedling treatment are adjusted based on the individual's skin concerns and tolerance levels.

AFTER OPERATION

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AFTER OPERATION

After the microneedling procedure, skincare professionals often apply soothing serums or moisturizers to help calm the skin and enhance healing.

Patients are typically advised to avoid direct sun exposure, intense physical activity, and certain skincare products for a few days following the procedure to allow the skin to heal properly.

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MICRONEEDLING METHODS

Microneedling is a versatile cosmetic procedure, and there are several methods of microneedling that differ in the device used and the depth of penetration into the skin;

Dermarollers

Manual microneedling, also known as dermarolling, involves using a handheld device called a dermaroller. The dermaroller is equipped with a cylindrical drum studded with fine needles. During the procedure, the dermaroller is rolled over the skin, creating controlled micro-injuries.


This method is suitable for addressing mild to moderate skin concerns and is often used for home treatments or by skincare professionals.

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Microneedling Pen

Motorized microneedling utilizes a pen-like device equipped with a disposable needle cartridge. The device contains a motor that controls the speed and depth of needle penetration into the skin. Motorized microneedling pens allow for precise control over the treatment parameters, including needle depth and intensity, making them suitable for targeting specific skin concerns with varying depths of penetration.


This method is commonly used in professional settings and can provide more consistent results compared to manual microneedling.

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Radiofrequency Microneedling

Radiofrequency microneedling combines traditional microneedling with RF energy. In this method, the microneedling device delivers RF energy into the deeper layers of the skin, heating the tissue and stimulating collagen production. RF microneedling can enhance the tightening and firming effects of traditional microneedling, making it particularly effective for addressing skin laxity, wrinkles, and sagging.


This method is often preferred for individuals seeking more significant skin tightening and rejuvenation.

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Fractional Needling

Fractional microneedling involves creating microchannels in the skin with a fractional microneedling device. Unlike traditional microneedling, which treats the entire surface area of the skin, fractional microneedling selectively targets specific areas, leaving surrounding tissue intact. This fractional approach allows for more precise treatment of localized concerns, such as acne scars or fine lines.


Fractional microneedling can achieve significant improvements in skin texture and tone with minimal downtime.

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Microneedling Procedure

The duration of the procedure may differ for each individual, but generally;

Procedure Duration

30-60 minutes

Anesthesia

Topical Numbing

Recovery Time

1-4 days

Expected Results

Improvements in Skin Texture, Tone, and Firmness

Preferred Method

Microneedling Pen

Who is a Suitable Candidate for Microneddling?

One of the key advantages of microneedling is its versatility, as it can address a wide range of skin concerns, including fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, uneven texture, hyperpigmentation, and enlarged pores.


Microneedling is also well-suited for individuals who prefer non-invasive procedures with relatively low downtime compared to more aggressive treatments like laser resurfacing.


Moreover, microneedling is suitable for various skin types, including sensitive and darker skin tones, and can be customized to address different areas of the face and body, allowing individuals to target specific concerns or achieve overall skin rejuvenation.

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

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