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MICRONEEDLING ( Full face Needling uses tiny needles to $235 pack of 3 $600 )

Microneedling, creates precise, microscopic punctures in the skin. These “micro-injuries” which stimulate your body’s natural healing response and encourages your skin to make new, collagen . resulting in a more youthful, smoother and refreshed appearance. Benefits include an improvement in skin tone and texture, firmness, as well as reduction in scars and stretch marks. These micro-channels also allow the active ingredients in your to penetrate deeper into your skin, delivering even more powerful results.

How Does Microneedling work?

stimulates the production of collagen in your skin. The concept is that the procedure’s pinpricks produce minor skin injury, and the skin responds by producing new collagen-rich tissue. As a result, the new skin tissue has a more equal tone and texture. It’s natural for the skin to lose collagen as it ages or as a result of an accident or illness. More collagen may be produced as a result of encouraging the skin to build new tissue, resulting in tighter skin.

What are the benefits?

Tighter, plumper skin due to the natural collagen induction produced after the derma-pen treatment.
• A significant reduction in the prominence of scars
• Reduction of fine lines and wrinkles
• Reduces pore size
• Evenness of skin tone

Who is micronedding subtitle for?

Microneedling effectively treats all skin types and colors. It has been shown to be one of the best, most effective treatments to refresh and rejuvenate skin. Microneedling can be safely used on many parts of the body, including your face, neck, décolleté, arms, hands, legs, abdomen, and back.

Does it hurt?

hurt? Skin Needling treatments can cause some discomfort but aren’t painful. Although numbing cream is used for many other skin needling treatments, the vibrating effect of the Skin Needling interrupts the pain receptors in the skin which makes numbing cream unnecessary. Also slows down the skin response, which means we will see a delayed wound response. The Skin Needling isn’t rolled or dragged across the skin like a dermal roller, so the microscopic punctures it makes are clean, direct and cause little to no pain because there is no tearing of the epidermal layers.

How Should You Prepare for a Microneedling

If you have ever had a cold sore, take a course of antivirals as a preventative for 1 week pre and post treatment if having a treatment done on the face, especially around the mouth. Trauma can trigger an outbreak and this can negatively impact your healing and results.

• Cease using any AHA/BHA/Vitamin A/Retinol/Tretinoin at least 72 hours prior to your appointment.
• 7 days before treatment:
• Avoid Sun Exposure
• avoid exfoliating in the days leading up to the treatment. If you use acne medications, you may need to discontinue use for several weeks to months before microneedling.
• You should also avoid topical retinoids and antibiotics for at least a week before your appointment.
• No Chemical pees, waxing, laser or depilatory cream.

Immediately after a treatment

There will normally be redness in the area. This is normal and is a result of the inflammation that causes collagen induction. With a 0.5mm roller this will usually clear within a few hours but can persist for up to 2 days in some cases.
• You may experience some itchiness in the area due to the release of histamines. An Anti-Histamine may assist in the reduction of this.
• Some dry skin may be experienced and a hydrating skin care cream is useful to assist this. This dry skin is caused because the moisture barrier of the skin has been breached by the needles and is a normal reaction.
• The skin may feel tender to touch.
• You may experience an immediate feeling of tightening in the skin. This is because skin-needling immediately shortens the elastin fibres so tightening the skin
• You may also be more sensitive to sunlight straight after treatment. This affect can last for several days. Avoidance of direct sunlight is preferable and if this is not possible SPF 30 or above sunscreen should be applied.
• In rare cases there may be some bruising, swelling or marks where the needles have entered the skin.
• In rare cases small pustules may form on the skin. They should disappear on their own. If they persist please see a GP.
• Possible side effects after treatment
• Redness
• Burning/ Stinging
• Dryness
• Flaking
• Track Marks
• Breakouts
• Swelling
• Rash
• Bruising (rare)
• Cold sores (rare)
• PIH (rare)
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