Collagen Induction Protocol with Microneedling
What is Microneedling?
Microneedling is a minimally invasive treatment that stimulates your skin’s natural ability to repair itself following an injury. The protocol uses microneedles to create thousands of precise micro-injuries that will trigger new collagen and elastin synthesis without causing scar tissue formation.
What Can Microneedling Protocol Treat?
Microneedling is used to improve a variety of aesthetic issues:
- Fine lines and Wrinkles
- Large Pores
- Pigmentation and Melasma
- Stretch marks
Because microneedling is relatively gentle, it can be used to treat these issues on almost any area of the body.
- Microneedling is minimally invasive, requiring no downtime.
- It’s considered safe for most people who are in overall good health.
- The procedure isn’t safe for people who use certain acne medications or for women who are pregnant.
- You’ll experience minor redness and irritation for a few days after the procedure.
- Total prep and procedure time is about 2 hours.
- You may need at least four procedures for the best results.
- It’s effective to restore collagen and elastin lost with aging and to promote brighter and firmer skin.
- It is effective in treating minor scarring related to acne, wounds, and aging.
- Ideal results are achieved after multiple sessions.
- Microneedling is different than at-home rollers because it has specific needle lengths to achieve the layers of the dermis responsible to promote collagen synthesis which are not possible with the at-home rollers.