Healthy skin is a vital part of our general wellbeing, not least for the confidence and high self-esteem that healthy skin can give to you. However, healthy skin isn’t always as straight forward as you might think, with hyperpigmentation, acne scarring, congested skin and many other conditions causing seemingly endless issues.
Of course, there are avenues that you could take to treat your skin, however such conditions often make the treatment process more complex. This is where Microneedling, an advanced form of skin treatment, is much more effective in tackling certain issues than your standard creams, ointments and gels.
How does the Microneedling Treatment work?
Microneedling is an advanced treatment, using a device with small needles to create a surface wound within the treatment area. The treatment can be completely tailored to you and the issues that you are having with your skin, with different lengths of needles used to suit you. The conditions that some people have may require greater attention or stimulation, and so different lengths of needles allows for this.
Microneedling uses the needles to create a controlled wound on the surface of the skin, encouraging healing of the skin and the production of collagen. This process means that new skin cells are created to replace the old, damaged skin cells and to repair the controlled wound on the surface of the skin. As new skin cells are produced and the production of collagen is encouraged, Microneedling provides you with healthier skin and a big reason to smile.
As all skin treatments do, Microneedling does have some risks, however they are very minor. You are likely to suffer from slight irritation to the skin after the treatment, whilst the treatment area is also likely to be red for a number of days.
Which Conditions can be Treated by Microneedling?
The Microneedling treatment is non-invasive, and the perfect way to treat a number of skin conditions and rejuvenating your skin for a fresher, healthier look. Skin conditions treated by Microneedling include:
- Acne Scarring
- Wrinkles and Fine Lines
- Texture of the Skin
- Stretch Marks
- Sun Damage
For more information about Microneedling or to discuss how we may be able to help you and your skin, please contact us today. A member of our team will be more than happy to talk through your options, finding the best solution to the issues that you are suffering from. Call us on 01638664782, email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete our contact form.