How does Microneedling work?
The primary method of action is by creating micro injury in the epidermis, and dermis of the skin to stimulate collagen repair, and promote the development of new collagen and elastin. Superficial resurfacing also occurs which can help to clear uneven pigmentation, while also contributing to the overall tightening effect seen from the treatment.
Which areas of the body are suitable for a Microneedling treatment?
Micro-needling treatments can be done for the face, the neck, the décolleté area of the chest, the back of the hands, and on stretch marks, with less downtime and less risk of side effects than laser skin resurfacing. Because Microneedling is not a light-based technology, it is well tolerated by all skin types.
There’s no guarantee of specific results and the results can vary.