Microneedling has been praised for its wide range of applications which include skin rejuvenation, correction and treatment of facial wrinkles and acne scarring, surgical scars, dyschromia, melasma, enlarged pores, deeper product penetration, safety, and minimal post-treatment recovery rates.
Effective on all areas of the body: face, hands, chest, neck, stomach, knee, elbows, and thighs.
Reduce Scaring with Micronnedling
Microneedling is used to treat acne scarring, surgical scars, other scars, burns, enlarged pores, wrinkles (rhytides), and stretch marks, among other skin problems that generate depressions in the skin (striae).
On deep, thin “ice-pick” acne scars, the technique is less effective than on larger scars.
Because microneedling does not use heat to transmit heat to the skin like lasers, patients with melasma (dark patches of skin) and hyperpigmentation (dark spots on the skin) can use it without their pigmentation disorders worsening.
Do you have questions about Microneedling? You can find answers to the most frequently asked questions below:
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Can Microneedling treat burn scars?
Yes, Microneedeling has proven highly effective in reducing the appearance of scars achieved by burning.
Does Microneedling cause skin peeling?
How long will redness last after treatment
Generally, redness lasts up to 48 hours after treatment.