Micro Needling For Acne Scars in Hamilton & Oakville, Ontario Document

The latest trend in treatment for fine lines, acne scars, traumatic scars, stretch marks, large pores, dark under eye circles, crows feet, wrinkles, hyper- and hypo-pigmentation.

Firstly embarking on a journey to radiant skin often involves discovering transformative treatments. In this blog post, we unravel the mystique behind micro-needling, a skincare technique that has taken the beauty world by storm.

Understanding Micro-Needling

The Artistry of Collagen Induction involves using tiny, fine needles to create controlled micro-injuries on the skin’s surface. This process therefore stimulates the skin’s natural healing response, triggering collagen and elastin production.

The Micro-Needling Device Modern devices, such as dermarollers or motorized pens, have revolutionized the procedure. These devices allow for precise control and customizable treatment depths, ensuring optimal results.

Targeted Treatment Areas versatile and can be applied to various areas, including the face, neck, décolletage, and even specific body regions. Also its adaptability makes it an effective solution for a range of skin concerns.

The Micro-Needling Experience

Micro-needling at New Age Laser Medical Clinic is Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT). Areas of treatment include:  acne scars, traumatic scars, stretch marks, large pores, dark under eye circles, crow’s feet, wrinkles, fine lines hypo and hyper pigmentation. Any or all body areas can be treated.

Micropen’s sterile needle-tip containing 12 tiny micro-needles creates channels or controlled micro-injuries to the skin in order to induce collagen and elastin production resulting in thickening of the dermis. Wrinkles and scars appear less visible with tighter pores.

Benefits of Micro-Needling diagram

The light discomfort associated with micro-needling is similar to microdermabrasion. Some areas are more sensitive than others. The speed of the reciprocating needle tip makes the treatment comfortable. Sometimes, depending on the depth of the needling and the condition being treated, topical numbing agents may be used.

Immediately after the treatment you will notice a pinkness to the skin. In addition the total healing time depends on the condition being treated and the depth of the procedure. Adhering strictly to post care instructions will speed up the healing process.

Visible changes will develop over the course of 6 months as a result of collagen production continuing.

Most clients will need a series of 6-8 treatments for optimum results spaced 4-6 weeks apart.