Skin needling

Is skin needling suitable for treatment for acne scars?

skin needling, microneedling

Can skin needling, or microneedling, be a great solution to your frustrating acne woes? Having acne is bad enough. Imagine dealing with the scars that these leave behind and dealing with them for monthyou’veworse, years, on end!

When you’ve tried creamsaren’tther topical products but aren’t satisfied with the result, it may be time to consider skin needling. Studies have shown that the appearance of scars and wrinkles can be minimized through this procedure.

The state of Florida strictly enforces that only licensed skin care specialists can do this procedure on you, so you are assured of a professional service when doing this.

How does skin needling work?

This procedure uses fine needles to create tiny wounds on your face. When these minor wounds heal, they will produce more collagen, and collagen will help smooth out the skin. It will help fill fine lines and wrinkles, giving the skin youthful appearance.

Does the procedure work for everybody? Microneedling is best for clients with depressed acne scars. It is also good for those who have surgical scars and even stretch marks and sagging skin. Melasma, skin damage and visible large pores? Microneedling may also be the answer.

Are there side effects to the procedure?

There are minor side effects but nothing to be worried about. After the procedure, you can expect bruising and inflammation in the area where you had the procedure done. Redness can also be a possibility but all these will be gonedoesn’touple of days.

You will be advised to avoid sun exposure and using skin products with alcohol content. Using of exfoliants should not also be part of your beauty regimen in the next few days.

The best way to avoid, or at least lessen, the possibilities of experiencing side effects is to prepare before hand. Avoid the sun, don’t go to tanning salons and hydrate. Come in for your procedure make up free.

All your questions and everything you need to prepare for will be shared with you when you visit for a consultation before your microneedling procedure.

Published by: Maggie Marquez on January 24, 2023

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