Microneedling, aka Collagen Induction Therapy, is a treatment that causes your body to produce more collagen and elastin, resulting in smoother younger, healthier looking skin.
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Microneedling is a process of penetrating the skin with tiny sterilized needles, creating small wounds in the surface of the skin. These wounds cause your body to produce more collagen and elastin, resulting in younger, healthier looking skin.
Who it’s for: Anyone looking for a glow in their skin and is comfortable with longer down time than traditional facials. Microneedling can be especially helpful for acne, hyperpigmentation, large pores, scarring, and reducing wrinkles.
Who it’s not for: Microneedling is not recommended for skin that has active acne, active infections, and hypersensitive skin. Microneedling should not be performed if the client is currently going through chemotherapy or using acne medication.
Avoid makeup for 24 hour. Stay out of the sun if possible and SPF 30 or higher daily. Keep skin moisturized and stay hydrated. Change your pillowcase after your procedure.
Common side effects include skin redness and irritation for a few days after the treatment. More intense side effects include bleeding, bruising, and peeling.
Yes, usually you will see the full results within a week of the procedure.
The microneedling can hurt, depending on your skin’s sensitivity. We do offer numbing for your skin to ease some of the discomfort.
Yes, microneedling is safe for Fitzpatrick Types V and VI, unlike other procedures like microdermabrasion.
Discontinue use of any retinols at least 48 hours prior to your service. Avoid excess sun exposure.