Microneedling Skin Rejuvenation is a revolutionary treatment that creates healthier, younger looking skin. As a form of collagen induction therapy, needling is regarded by many to be as effective as fractional laser resurfacing.
Microneedling in 3 Phases
Phase 1: Inflammation
In this stage the platelets that are activated by the piercing of the dermal tissue release cytokines and growth factors which act as signals for the body’s immune system to send in cells such as neutrophils and macrophages to disinfect the wounds, clear the debris, increase the blood supply (in a process called angiogenesis) and begin the creation of fresh, new cellular and extracellular materials (the granulation process).
Phase 2: Proliferation
In this stage, the fibroblasts (cells that make up much of the dermis and create the extracellular matrix) keratinocytes and epidermal cells continue to divide to populate the areas of damage and secrete growth factors and extracellular matrix, such as elastin and collagen III.
Phase 3: Remodeling
In this stage, the wound has now been replaced with new dermal tissues and the newly formed vasculature is now matured. The collagen III in the newly formed tissue is now replaced with the stronger collagen I and the tissue contracts to cause a “shrink-wrap” effect of the skin.
Microneedling with PRP (platelet rich plasma)
PRP is a highly effective therapy that has been used for over two decades in the treatment of musculoskeletal pain and cell regeneration. Studies have shown that PRP facials effectively promote tissue remodeling in aging skin, making it a highly sought-after procedure. This aesthetic procedure combined with microneedling, stimulates cell multiplication and increases collagen and elastin production, providing results far beyond traditional microneedling alone when followed by the application of your own own platelet-rich plasma.
Our Microneedling with PRP Facial uses your body’s own regenerative properties to provide unprecedented levels of skin rejuvenation, including increased collagen and elastin production, and the reduction of fine lines, wrinkles, and acne scars.
Microneedling is contraindicated with the following conditions:
- Active Acne or skin infection
- Actinic Keratosis
- Skin Cancer
- Sebaceous Hyperplasia
- It activates your body’s natural ability to produce more collagen and elastin, which provides firming and plumping that gives your skin a youthful texture and tone
- It can improve the appearance of scars (surgical, acne or accidental), as well as stretch marks.
- More affordable than laser or IPL treatments
- Less discomfort
- No down time
- Quick treatment time
- Stunning Result
How many sessions do I need?
The number of sessions depends on the condition of your skin, but typically it’s recommended to have three to five treatments at 4–6 week intervals with maintenance treatments every 6-9 months.