What is Micro Needling?
Micro-needling is the least invasive cosmetic procedure used for treating skin-related concerns through the production of collagen. This process is also known to be collagen induction therapy. Micro-needling can be useful for those looking to reduce the appearance of left marks and stretch marks on the face. Micro-needling is also used for certain anti-aging procedures. It can also help in collagen production for healthy hair growth. However, it's not an effective way to stop hair loss. You will be eligible for this treatment for your skin-related issues if you are in good health and no other home remedies or dermatologist products are helping you at all. Micro-needling will work as a final resort for you before going for cosmetic procedures for anti-aging or other relevant concerns.
How it works
Micro-needling encourages your skin to produce more collagen. The concept is that pinpricks from micro-needling cause slight injuries to the skin. By doing so, our skin responds to those injuries by producing new collagen-rich tissues. The newly produced skin tissues are even more toned and textured. It is normal for a human to lose collagen with age or after an injury. As micro-needling encourages the skin to produce new tissue, more collagen production helps make skin firmer. Micro-needling is effective for treating minor scars related to wounds and ageing. Also, a person will notice more glowing skin. However, to achieve ideal results, a person will have to go through multiple sessions.