What is Microneedling?
Microneedling is a cosmetic procedure that involves the use of a small device with fine needles on the surface of the skin. The device is used to create small, precise punctures on the skin’s surface, which can stimulate the production of collagen and elastin. This can help to improve the appearance of fine lines, acne scars, and other skin imperfections. It is often used in conjunction with other skin treatments, such as topical serums or chemical peels, to enhance their effectiveness. Revolution Aesthetics & Wellness staff is trained in the procedure to ensure that you experience optimal results.
Benefits of Microneedling
Some of the potential benefits of microneedling include:
- Improved skin texture and tone: Microneedling can help to improve the overall texture and tone of the skin by stimulating collagen production. This can help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, as well as improve the overall appearance of the skin.
- Reduced acne scarring: Microneedling can help to reduce the appearance of acne scarring by breaking down scar tissue and stimulating the production of new collagen, which can help to fill in and smooth out the skin.
- Improved absorption of skincare products: The tiny needles used in microneedling can create microscopic channels in the skin, which can help to improve the absorption of skincare products. This can help to boost the effectiveness of your skincare routine.
- Non-invasive: Microneedling is a non-invasive procedure that does not require any incisions or downtime. This makes it a popular choice for those who want to improve the appearance of their skin without undergoing a more invasive procedure.
Microneedling with PRP
Do you want to fast track your results? A simple and easy way is to add Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP. The process has been known as the “Treatment of the stars” and has zero to little downtime because you are using your own blood and zero chemicals to rejuvenate the skin.
Does Microneedling hurt?
Microneedling can be slightly uncomfortable, but it should not be extremely painful. Some people may experience mild discomfort during the treatment, while others may feel more sensitivity. It is important to discuss any concerns or sensitivity with the practitioner before the treatment begins.