Micro-Needling has become the most recent, revolutionary treatment for rejuvenating your skin, helping with the breakdown of scar tissue left from acne, burn, or surgical scars, reducing cellulite, smoothing wrinkles and fine lines, as well as stretchmarks. This particular process has helped thousands look and feel so much more confident about themselves, all the while strengthening your skin, producing more collagen channels, and building up your skin’s defenses.

What Micro Needling can help with:

Micro-needling is a breakthrough treatment that firms, rejuvenates, and improves your skin. Micro-needling can help with many areas and problems including:

  • Fine lines
  • Wrinkles
  • Stretch marks
  • Acne scarring
  • Burn scarring
  • Surgical scarring
  • Pigmentation
  • Sagging, thin skin
  • Cellulite
  • Dilated pores

The Process of Micro-needling

While addressing all of these areas and more, the process of micro-needling is what makes this treatment so effective and desired. Micro-needling stimulates the dermis layer of your skin—the second layer beneath your skin’s surface that is responsible for the strength, extensibility and elasticity of your skin—creating microscopic indentations, opening up channels for your skin to increase blood flow and to produce more collagen and elastin. By reaching this layer, the skin is now encouraged to produce more collagen, break down the old skin that is on top, and replace it with new, stronger and rejuvenated skin.

Micro-needling can be used on all areas of the body, including the scalp, face, neck, stomach, thighs, and more, all the while being safe for your body.  There are virtually no negative side effects with this unique, effective process.

While micro-needling can be used on all skin types, it is not suitable for individuals who:

  • Have a used Accutane (isotretinoin) within the last three months
  • Have open wounds, cuts or abrasions on the skin
  • Have had radiation treatment to the skin within the last year
  • Have any kind of current skin infection, condition, herpes simplex in the area to be treated
  • Are pregnant or breast feeding
  • Have any history of keloid or hypertrophic scars or poor wound healing