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What You Should Know about Microneedling

If you are looking for a way to improve scars, encourage hair growth, and collagen, microneedling could be an option for you. Microneedling is a minimally invasive procedure that involves inserting fine short needles into the skin. The purpose of this procedure is rejuvenation. This procedure induces a natural response by the body to begin repairing the system. As a result, the creation of collagen is encouraged.

In most cases, microneedling is used to treat skin-related issues that include aging signs, scars, wrinkles, stretch marks, acne, and pitting. This treatment works by causing trauma in the targeted area. During treatment, however, needles' depth will vary depending on the area of treatment. Although this procedure does not need an injectable anesthetic, a topical anesthetic cream can be used. This will make the procedure more comfortable.

This procedure is mainly done on the face but can be performed in other areas as well. Other areas where this procedure can be done include hands, upper chest area, and neck. A successful microneedling procedure offers many benefits that include the following.

1. improved skin texture and quality.

The procedure will take about one hour and the skin should be left with some pin point bleeding for better results. The slight redness and pinpoint bleeding occurs for about 1 to 1.5 days. However, an immediate improved quality and texture of the skin are noticeable. This is because the pinprick needles trigger the remodeling of the existing collagen and boost collagen formation. There are also more blood vessels in the skin.

Collagen and elastin play an important role in giving your skin the good look that people are looking for. But as you advance in age, collagen production declines naturally. As a result, you begin to see sagging of the skin and other slight changes. After the procedure, the healing starts immediately. You will start noticing a soft skin texture afterward.

2. Reduced scarring and pock marks.

The procedure will also help reduce acne scars that are usually difficult to treat. If you have any scarring on your face or anywhere else, the body will go through fibrosis during healing. This process makes everything stick together. Beneath the skin, however, the glue is usually so strong such that it can pull the skin down causing scarring or pock marks on the skin surface.

A microneedling procedure helps in breaking fibrosis and the glue underneath your skin. This causes the release of the skin surface. As a result, your skin surface becomes smoother. For more information, click here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collagen_induction_therapy.

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