The Benefits of Microneedling

For a long time, microneedling has become a popular way of maintaining younger, smoother and firmer skin. microneedling, also referred to as collagen induction therapy, is a painless process in which collagen production is generated to strengthen the epidermis of the skin. It is done with the use of a derma-roller consisting of finer needles that are passed on the surface of the skin without causing any damage. It is a process that has no side effects but with several potential benefits as highlighted below.

Remember, to get the best results from micro-needling, you need to do skin aftercare. Also, you can safely do microneedling at home using a Sdara skin care derma roller. All you need to do is to cleanse your face, dry it and then roll the derma roller over your face.

The Benefits of Microneedling

Prevents Aging

Have you developed wrinkles and lines that make you feel like you are aging fast? Microneedling is a process that will help tighten and bring back your skin to its youthful state. During microneedling, the tiny needles poke your skin, breaking away the dead tissue thus creating room for new tissue through healing and repair. Combined with essential oils and antioxidant serums like Marula Oil and Sdara Skincare Vitamin Serum, the procedure will not only help soothe flaky and dry skin but also keep it more youthful and rejuvenated. Accompanied vitamin A and B formulations for improved collagen production, you’ll have improved healthy skin.

Before you get a microneedling procedure with Aesthetic Lane, our team will perform a examination of your skin and review your medical history to ensure you get the results you want.

Eliminates Scars

Microneedling is a quick method of getting rid of surgical, skin or acne scars. Most scaring normally causes skin fibrosis which is the normal clamping of the skin during healing attributed by lacerations. What Microneedling does in this instance is that it enables the skin to let loose and become more elastic for a smoother and even skin texture. Put in mind, it only works for minimal scars and not big lacerations and is mostly recommended for eliminating hormonal acne scars. Moreover, it reduces the production of sebum, resulting in your skin becoming less oily, thus reducing the growth of acne.

Reduces Hyperpigmentation

The best way to tone your skin and make it smooth is to reduce hyperpigmentation which can be done through microneedling. Hyperpigmentation is the occurrence of pimples, blackheads and whiteheads brought about by inflammation. The vibrations that are caused by the poking of needles over the skin remove white and blackheads. If you are one who is suffering from hormonal acne, then this procedure is for you. Later, as your skin heals, it tightens and as a result hinders the formation of pimples by removing sebum residues and scales.

Reduces Stretch Marks

Stretch marks are normally a tear in the collagen fiber of dermis due to too much stretching. It is also the body’s natural reaction when too much cortisone is released. It’s common in pregnant women and when rapid growth ensues. Not many treatments can help in reducing stretch marks, it takes consistency and patience. During micro-needling, you ought to focus on one spot at a time. If it’s the hips and thighs try to be consistent while giving your skin time to heal. Immediately when done, practice microneedling aftercare procedures such as applying your regular moisturizer, vitamin C serum, and marula oil to help soothe your skin. Doing it weekly will give you good results not entirely but at least your skin will have the desired glow.

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