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5 Things You Need To Know About Microneedling

5 Things You Need To Know About Microneedling

Sometimes magic serums and creams the are the only things you need to get rid of hyperpigmentation, acne scars, and fine lines. Other times, however, nothing you see on TV or the internet will work except for microneedling.

 

What Is Microneedling?

It is the process of having a aesthetician or dermatologist use fine micro-needles to create tiny punctures in your skin. Some people are afraid of having to go through this procedure. However, since microneedling is only minimally invasive, rest assured there is nothing you need to worry about.

Going through microneedling activates the body’s natural healing process, improves elastic production, and stimulate collagen.

The good thing about microneedling is that once the punctures are made, creams and serums that you apply topically will be able to penetrate deeper into your skin.

With that, you can expect your skincare routine to be more effective than ever before. However, before pushing through with this kind of treatment, here are some of the things you should know.

 

1. Find Out If You Are A Good Candidate

Microneedling is believed to be good for many skin types. However, there might be rare cases that could exempt you from the equation.

To make sure that it is safe for you to go through this procedure, it would be best to schedule an appointment with a professional and consult whether your skin type is suited for microneedling or if there would be any problems involved if you go through this procedure.

 

2. Microneedling Isn’t The Same As Dermarolling

Derma rollers contain smaller needles compared to microneedling. Further, dermarolling is different in a way that it is a regular treatment that experts usually advise their clients to do once or twice a month after they have gone through microneedling.

Another way that these terms are different is that dermarolling only encourages product absorption to be more effective in the skin. Meanwhile, microneedling activates certain skin cells so that there will be an increase in the production of elastic and collagen.

 

3. Microneedling Is Not Painless But The Sting Does Not Stay For Long

People who gone through microneedling for quite some time already might already be used to the feeling that comes along with it.
However, this does not mean that microneedling is absolutely painless.

Experts usually use a pen to repeatedly and rapidly poke on the skin multiple times. Some people would even liken microneedling to getting a tattoo.

The only difference is that in microneedling, the dermatologist only goes through a certain part of the skin once.

 

4. Your Skin Will Start To Glow In An Instant

After the operation, you will most likely see a bit of redness in your skin. However, the moment this subsides, you will also notice your skin glowing more than ever.

Also, to maintain the plumpness and natural glow, experts might recommend that you back once a month for an in-office treatment.

 

5. You Need To Focus On Skin Hydration After The Treatment

It is no secret that hydration is one of the keys to having excellent skin.

With that, it won’t be so farfetched to see your dermatologist recommend multiple hydrating options for your skin right after the treatment.

You have gone through the first of having glowing skin. Now, it is time to maintain that glow.

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