What is Microneedling?
Microneedling works by stimulating the production of new collagen in the skin.
This is achieved by puncturing the dermis with microscopic needles.
The treatment utilises the skins ability to heal itself, in turn triggering the production of new collagen.
In addition to treating pores, fine wrinkles, loss of elasticity, minor scarring (including acne scarring) and sun damage it also enables topical products to penetrate deeper into the skin, increasing their effectiveness.
• Stimulates collagen production
• Improves skin texture
• Reduces fine-lines and wrinkles
• Improves acne scarring
• Smooths and firms skin
- Treats pigmentation
How does Microneedling work?
Collagen is a protein that gives our skin its structure, working like a netting to hold skin cells together.
It also gives skin a smooth and youthful appearance, as we have it in abundance when we are young.
As we age, collagen starts to breakdown, which can lead to fine lines and wrinkles.
As the skin begins to repair itself, it turbo-charges the body’s natural ability to produce collagen.
The tiny needles used in the procedure create microscopic channels in the dermis that stimulate that healing process.
The procedure improves skin texture, reduces the appearance of scars and creates a more youthful tone.
It’s no surprise that this treatment has been hailed as a non-invasive way to achieve youthful, dewy looking skin.