Microneedling entails the use of a handheld roller infused with several, fine-pointed needles on the surface of the skin. Needles ranging from 0.5-2.5mm long are put in the skin roller, and the tiny punctures made on the epidermis pierces the skin’s topmost layer. The penetration triggers the natural wound healing process of the skin by making tiny holes in the skin that aids the creation of elastin and collagen.
These micro injuries stimulates collagen in the skin’s top layer and breaks some of the blood vessels directly under the surface of the skin. As a result, the blood clots which in turn creates the appropriate environment for the formation of collagen and elastin. These are very important elements which assist within the pores and skin looking revitalized.
Drastic as this may sound, it actually isn’t. The method occurs on a very small degree and what looks like trauma on the outside is very insignificant. In skin needling, a numbing product may be used on your skin if your skin is very sensitive. This is to allow the treatment to be carried out with little or no discomfort.
Skin needling treatment can be carried out on all types of skin, including sensitive skin. The outcome will be a skin that is thicker, tighter and smoother. Also, there’ll be an increase in blood flow to areas of poor healing, diminished appearance of scars and fine lines as well as greater serums’ and moisturizers’ penetration. More benefits include little or no stretch marks and hair loss. This therapy can be performed every four to five weeks providing the epidermis is healed; formation of collagen actually continues for about a year after one treatment.
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Chloe Glynne is a skin care consultant with 12 years of personal experience in the industry. She is recognized for her skin care advice in the treatment of skin disorders such as acne and rosacea, unwanted wrinkles, fine lines, puffy eyes, damaged skin, with emphasis on anti-aging.