HOW MICRONEEDLING CAN HELP YOUR SKIN REJUVENATE

Biological Microneedling London  is a revolutionary new facial treatment that can be used to replace radio frequency (RF), standard micro-needling and derma pens. Stimulate the body’s scar-healing response and increase skin cell renewal. As your skin heals, collagen and elastin begin to build up, giving you an almost instant plumping effect. It can also help in the treatment of scars, dark marks, sun exposure and skin aging.

If you have dusky skin, bio Microneedling is a great treatment for you because it doesn’t involve chemical peels or lasers, which can lead to pigmentation concerns. The treatment can be done on any part of the body including the face.

What Is Microneedling

Microneedling  London is a dermatological procedure that punctures the top layer of skin using tiny needles to signal to our bodies that our skin needs to heal and rejuvenate. And being a team player the body comes to the rescue with additional skincare benefits (which we’ll reveal soon. It’s worth the wait, we promise).

Microneedling is an excellent treatment for stimulating the repair of its own tissue within the skin and stimulating collagen, it is also a great treatment for removing acne scars. The needles create micro-channels in each layer of the skin to help deliver highly effective, bespoke ingredients. It is great for blemishes, wrinkles, acne and large pores.

How does Microneedling London work?

The Microneedling procedure will use a stamp or Microneedling pen to prick the skin with tiny needles (which typically range from 0.1 to 2.5 mm in diameter). These devices are known as collagen induction therapy, which means they create microscopic wounds on the skin to stimulate collagen production and stimulate skin repair.

These tiny pores on the top layer of skin signal to the body that trauma has occurred and stimulate new collagen and elastin production. Just as your body heals scratches and cuts, the same is true for these minor, strategically produced wounds.

What are the benefits of Microneedling for the skin?

Stimulate collagen and elastin production

We know what you might be thinking: Ouch. Why would anyone want to do that? Well, increased collagen is the main reason for this. And when we can’t have enough collagen, a little painful facial is worth every pinch. As a form of collagen induction therapy (CIT), Microneedling increases collagen in the skin (obviously) as well as elastin, which adds volume, elasticity, and smoothes out fine lines and wrinkles.

Increase product absorption

By creating thousands of tiny pores in the skin, products can be absorbed through new lesions more efficiently through clogged pores, increasing the number of channels available in the skin and the amount of product absorbed. This is why when performing a micro-injection treatment, we apply a potent serum to the skin when the wound is open, so that you can see optimal results.

Reduce the appearance of scars

Microneedling is a super effective treatment for people with scars, especially deep-acne scars. It helps restore your complexion by stimulating new skin cells while breaking down old scar tissue. An increase in collagen can also help improve the appearance of scars as it fills in and creates volume in the skin, making them appear less defined with a smoother texture.

Stimulate blood flow

As small wounds form, the immune system cleverly increases blood flow to the affected area so that it can receive more oxygen and nutrients to help with the healing process. With more oxygen and nutrients in your facial skin, it’s no wonder that it will look and feel healthy with a natural glow.

How long is Microneedling downtime?

Microneedling  is a minimally invasive procedure that requires little or no downtime. Microneedling has very few side effects, and most are short-lived. Treatment may cause temporary swelling, redness, and flaky skin for a few days after treatment, but this is uncommon. Usually your skin will turn red and then calm down in a few hours.

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