Microneedling, also known as collagen induction therapy, is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that involves the use of a device with fine needles to create tiny, controlled punctures (micro-injuries) in the skin’s surface. Here are the key aspects of microneedling:


During a microneedling session, a dermatologist or licensed aesthetician will use a specialized pen or roller with fine needles to create controlled micro-injuries in the skin.


Collagen Production

These micro-injuries stimulate the body's natural wound healing process, which includes the production of collagen and elastin. These are essential proteins for maintaining skin's strength, suppleness, and elasticity.


Skin Benefits

Microneedling is used to address various skin concerns, including fine lines and wrinkles, acne scars, enlarged pores, stretch marks, and uneven skin texture and tone. It can improve the overall quality and appearance of the skin.



The treatment is highly customizable. The depth of the needle penetration can be adjusted to target specific skin concerns, and it can be used on different areas of the body.



After the procedure, there may be some redness, swelling, and mild discomfort, but the downtime is relatively short, and most people can return to their regular activities within a few days.


Number of Sessions

The number of sessions needed varies depending on the skin concern and the desired results. Multiple sessions are often recommended for optimal outcomes.



Microneedling is generally considered safe when performed by trained professionals. However, it's important to follow post-treatment care instructions and consult with a healthcare provider to minimize potential side effects and complications.

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