Microneedling

Exfoliation Treatments for Your Skin

Exfoliation is a great way to rejuvenate our skin. The key to skin rejuvenation – whether it is mechanical exfoliation, chemical exfoliation or microneedling – is to maintain the health of skin structures and stimulate cellular renewal. There are a variety of treatments and devices available and it’s important to know which one is right for you. Following are four of the most popular methods used today.

Microneedling for Stretch Marks

Acne scars caused the skin to thickened while they were formed, so we first need to brake up that thick scar tissue and then stimulate the collagen again to get that smooth skin back. Microneedling does just that by penetrate dermis with fine needles.

Microneedling for Hair Loss

Hair is one of the first things both sexes notice during their initial encounter and those who care about their appearance are particular about maintaining the health and sheen of their hair.

An estimated 40% of men in the United States will experience noticeable hair loss by the age of 35. Approximately 35 million Americans are living with hair loss everyday and those with a chronic condition are losing an average of 100 hairs each day.

What are Growth Factors and Platelet Rich Plasma?

What aging skin really needs are growth factors. Even the use of stem cells in plastic surgery is primarily with the hope that they will become growth factor production cells. The research shows that growth factors have the potential to increase collagen production and improve wound healing, among other benefits. Growth factors are very powerful and are an important part of a comprehensive approach to reverse aged skin.

Does Micro Needling Help with Pigmentation?

Hyper-pigmentation is when there is a darkening of the skin. Microneedling, using a needle pen, can help to reduce this hyper-pigmentation by breaking up the pigment below the skin surface. This collagen induction therapy (CID) another word for micro needling, can easily aid the skin without removing or damaging the epidermis. Several treatments are required along with some skin lightening products and your skin tone will be evened out.

What is Rosacea?

Do you suffer from Rosacea? If you do, you probably searching for the best treatments for your skin.
Effective treatments begin with an understanding of the symptoms and distinguish rosacea from other skin related conditions. Initially, this disorder may be mistaken for acne, so it is important to know what condition you have.

Microneedling, A Great Treatment for Acne Scars

Acne scars caused the skin to thickened while they were formed, so we first need to brake up that thick scar tissue and then stimulate the collagen again to get that smooth skin back. Microneedling does just that by penetrate dermis with fine needles.

Micro Needling – Collagen Induction Therapy (CID)

Micro Needling or Collage induction Therapy as it also is called, is done with a small hand held devise that makes tiny controlled punctures called a micro-wounds, or channels. These micro-wounds trigger the bodies healing process to produce new collagen and elastin within the dermis, (lower layer of the skin). Also new capillaries are formed for improved blood supply.