What is microneedling?
Microneedling is a dermaroller procedure which uses small needles to prick the skin, so that your skin will generate more collagen and a new, fresh skin layer will be produced to create smoother, firmer and a better-toned skin.
How does microneedling work?
Mirconeedling may also be known as collagen induction therapy, whereby stretch marks and acne scars could have their appearances improved.
Pinpricks from the microneedling procedure will cause slight injuries to your skin, and in response, your skin will make new collagen-rich tissue. As a result, your skin will have a more even tone and texture.
Benefits of microneedling
Frequently Asked Question
There is little to no downtime for Microneedling, which is outlined in the section below.
Your face will feel irritated and appear slightly reddish following the procedure, but these effects are temporary and will disappear on its own.
The treatment procedure is about 2 hours including the preparation time. The interval between treatments differ depending on the needle length, but is generally between 4-6 weeks until your desired results are achieved.