Skin needling utilises the body’s natural healing process to reveal youthful looking skin. If you’re looking to reduce the appearance of fine lines, deep-seated wrinkles, and scars, skin needling helps by stimulating the production of collagen and elastin — proteins that promote skin rejuvenation resulting in smooth, firm, and elastic skin.
The Three Surprising Benefits of Skin Needling
Skin needling or derma rolling is a minimally invasive procedure that triggers the production of more collagen resulting in smoother, younger-looking skin. The integrity of the epidermis increases as a result of regular skin needling.
- Experience skin rejuvenation at home
Traditionally, skin needling or micro needling is performed at the clinic and facilitated by a dermatologist or aesthetician. Recent technological innovations have made it possible for men and women to do skin needling at home as well, to complement clinical results.
Skin needling makes use of the microneedling Dermapen 4 for clinical treatments and Dermapen HOME to support results at home — both are tools featuring titanium needles that create minute skin tears, which then triggers skin healing, however, a micro needling pen not only can reach more areas effectively it also penetrates the skin vertically leaving less damage and allowing for faster recovery.
- Reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
The process of aging slows down the production of collagen and elastin resulting in dry and sagging skin. As the top layer of the dermis loses its integrity, wrinkles and fine lines start to appear. Home use of skin needling results in reduced visibility of wrinkles, sunspots, and fine lines.
The majority of skin needling reviews point to its efficacy in treating mild to severe facial scars. Micro needling not only slows down the skin ageing process but also fades out pimple scars and keloid scars, too!
Micro needling stimulates collagen formation, which then works by breaking down scar tissue and replacing it with healthy skin.
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