A Brief About Microneedling

Also known as skin needling therapy or microneedling, micro needling was first developed by a renowned South African plastic surgeon. The idea behind this therapy is to stimulate the skin's own cell renewal and collagen production. Think of this procedure as a very intensive skin treatment by a dermatologist.

There are some who call micro needling like skin needling or collagen Induction Therapy (CIT) which is the use of a hand-held roller on the skin that contains several fine sharp needles on the surface of the skin. It is a good option to hire the services of microneedling for under eye bags via mesolyft.com/collections/the-mesolyft-line/products/mesolyft-eyes

The skin needle roller is available with needles from 1mm to 3mm in length and the micro perforations can only reach the top layer of skin. It triggers the skin's natural healing process by making tiny punctures in the skin to help produce collagen and elastin.

However, as extreme as it may sound, the microneedle therapy procedure is performed on a micron scale and the external influence is insignificant. Those with sensitive skin types, you should apply pain therapy to your skin before microneedle treatment to relieve discomfort.

Other results can reduce hair loss and stretch marks. Skin needling is a procedure that can be repeated every 6-8 weeks until the epidermis heals; Best of all, collagen growth can last for at least 12 months after one treatment.