Microneedling, also called percutaneous collagen induction therapy, is performed using a handheld, drum- or pen-shaped device, electrically powered, with tiny needles that make precise, microscopic punctures in the skin. Microneedling involves thousands of tiny needles puncturing the top layer of your skin. The needle pricks create an injury, accelerating both the production of collagen and healing.
Fine lines and moderate wrinkles
Uneven texture, tone & color
Traumatic and surgical scars
Mild to moderate skin laxity
Expect optimal results after about 4-6 weeks. That's roughly the amount of time that it takes for collagen to develop fully. It also takes about a month for the skin cells to turn over entirely, from start to finish. You might experience dryness, tightness, itching, or other tenderness. You can resume our daily activities—just avoid makeup and certain topical products for 24 hours.
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