Microneedling — The Secret to Smooth and Flawless Skin
Smooth, glowing and clear skin can be yours if you just put up with some minute needle pricks in a microneedling facial.
Every woman worth her salt is always looking for clear, firm and glowing skin. We are willing to undergo considerable pain, burn quite a lot of dollars and allow extensive downtime just so as to look good!
But what if someone told you that the cost of beauty does not always have to be extremely painful, expensive or even require prolonged recuperation?
Before you shake your head in disbelief, consider microneedling or skin needling for some time. It involves the use of tiny, shallow needles to poke microscopic holes in the skin. Yes, this minimally invasive skin-rejuvenation procedure actually damages the skin to make it clear and firm!
But the minor injuries are controlled and the skin is tricked into producing more collagen and elastin to fill the ‘wounds’. In other words, all it does is stimulate the body’s own natural healing process and is also known as collagen induction therapy.
The new collagen works to fill the fine lines, pores and scars. Therefore, it can effectively treat acne, open pores, fine lines, wrinkles, discoloration and sun damage. It also helps with skin rejuvenation by creating a channel for better delivery of topical agents. As the skin is regenerated, it keeps you looking young and fresh as well.
What’s more, microneedling can be done around the eyes and mouth, hands, and chest where other treatments such as laser or deep peels cannot be done. In fact, the needles can be used on any part of the body to treat scars or stretch marks, such as neck, hands, arms, chest, abdomen, back and legs.
How is it done?
The skin is cleaned and a topical anesthetic cream is applied to slightly numb the area. The dermatologist may use a roller with needles, a pen with a group of motorized needles or even radio-frequency tipped needles on the affected areas. The whole face can also be treated if needed. In fact, the treatment can be personalized by going deeper on areas where the scars or damage require more intensive application.
The skin will be slightly red after the treatment, but the downtime is minimal and you will be back to looking normal in a day or two itself. The results take longer as the collagen growth happens over weeks and months. However, there will be a visible improvement in skin tone, texture and firmness.
And as the epidermis remains intact, microneedling for scars can be repeated safely. Three, four or even eight treatments are generally required depending on the severity of the scars. They will be spaced out 4 to 6 weeks apart.
Home microneedling for scars kits are easily available now. However, this requires extreme care as even a slightly aggressive approach can lead to more scars from the injury to the skin. Inefficient or careless handling can lead to infection as well.
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