Renew your skin
Who gets microneedling?
Microneedling has cosmetic and medical uses. You might consider microneedling if you’re concerned about:
Fine lines or wrinkles.
Loose or crepey (thin and wrinkled) skin.
Mild scars, especially those from acne or burns.
Skin discoloration or uneven skin tone.
Microneedling, also referred to as Collagen Induction Therapy, is a cutting-edge technique designed to trigger the skin’s own healing process. Creating thousands of micro injuries in the tissues encourage the production of vital growth factors, including collagen and elastin, which restore a youthful appearance. The minimally invasive PIN procedure uses a small hand-piece, uniquely designed to deliver multiple, tiny wounds to the target tissue. As the body reacts to these micro-wounds, the natural healing properties take over, kick-starting collagen and elastin production. Over the next several months, the skin’s repair system will plump tissues, smoothing fine lines and wrinkles and creating a firmer, tauter texture. Years can be erased from the appearance, without the expense or potential side-effects from a more invasive, ablative laser or chemical peel procedure.