Skin NeedlingPosted by admin on Nov 3, 2014 in Beauty Blog | 0 comments
If you’re seeking a skincare treatment that actually works, skin needling which is also known as the Derma Roller may be the safest skin rejuvenation treatment available on the market today. Skin needling was first invented in the late 90s by Dr. Andre Camirand. It involves stroking skin with a roller, covered in hundreds of tiny stainless steel needles, to create tiny holes that quickly heal up, producing a smoother more youthful appearance.
Skin needling treatments provide a wide variety of benefits to the skin. They can decrease the appearance of crow’s feet, acne, and chicken pox scars. Enlarged pores will be reduced so they won’t be as noticeable. Overall skin tone and texture will be noticeably smoother. Collagen production will be stimulated to produce younger looking skin. Skin needling can be an effective skin treatment for facial skin, as well as the face, chest, back, and other body parts.
While there are skin needling rollers you can purchase for home, in order to gain the full benefits of a treatment, a qualified medical professional should handle the treatment for you. They’ll place a skin-numbing ointment on your face before treatment, so you don’t feel the metal needles rolling over your face. There’s going to be some discomfort, and it’s best to let a medical professional handle it, rather than attempting to do it yourself at home. They’ll also recommend supportive healing treatments, while your skin is healing.
The skin rollers do contain needles that are from 1mm to 2 mm long. After your skin needling treatment, you may notice a bit of discomfort and redness after the skin numbing ointment wears off. It’ll appear like you have a mild sunburn covering your face. You may wish to take time off from work, if you think you’ll be embarrassed by reddened skin. While there is a one to two day recovery time before the redness subsides, the skin needling treatment is less invasive than Botox, laser, or microdermabrasion treatments. You can have this procedure done during the week, and have plenty of time for your face to return to normal by the weekend.
Skin needling doesn’t damage the epidermis and is far safer than other treatments. Melanocytes and papillae will not be destroyed, and you won’t have to worry about abnormal collagen forming, like you could potentially have happen during a laser treatment.
While you’ll see immediate effects from your treatment, it’s recommended that you have up to four follow-up treatments, about four weeks apart, in order to achieve the full effects. You’ll also want to book follow-up treatments on a yearly basis thereafter, as your skin ages and develops further lines, freckles, and scars.
Skin needling treatments are far more affordable than laser treatments, and generally run around $250-$300 per treatment. Your skincare practitioner should offer a free consultation, where your goals will be discussed, as well as any questions you have can be answered. They’ll also take into account any time inhibitions, in case you’re making plans for a special occasion where you want to look your best.
Skin needling treatment is the best method of smoothing out lines, wrinkles, and scars from your face, leaving it looking glowing and radiant. What’s best of all is that’s its a safe and simple treatment to have done in the privacy of your dermatologist’s clinic.