Transform Your Skin with Microneedling

There isn’t a person on earth who would say “no” to a more even, youthful complexion. Microneedling provides a minimally invasive solution for people dealing with fine lines, scars, and other skin imperfections.

Microneedling works by stimulating your body’s natural process of collagen production, restoring your skin to its former glory. Collagen is a key protein that keeps your skin smooth and elastic.

In addition to scars and fine lines, microneedling is ideal for addressing discoloration, large pores, and sagging skin.

So how does the procedure work? During treatment, a professional will move a device over your skin. As it moves, it creates small punctures on the surface of the skin. The body instinctively recognizes the injury, causing it to produce more collagen. Simultaneously, the needles destroy scar tissue and pigmentation, allowing your new, unblemished skin to shine through.

You will see better skin tone and texture immediately after your treatment, and in the following weeks, your skin’s appearance will continue to improve. While one treatment may suffice, a series of treatments will produce enhanced results.

The microneedles used during treatment are small and typically used in conjunction with a numbing solution, so patients will experience minimal discomfort.

While microneedling is frequently used on the face, it can be applied anywhere on the body. It is often utilized to minimize the appearance of stretch marks and cellulite.

Our aesthetician will be happy to consult with you free of charge to determine an appropriate treatment plan.

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