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8 Reasons to have Microneedling

Microneedling benefits people who have the following problems:


1. Wrinkles

2. Scars

3. Premature ageing

4. UV damage

5. Stretch marks

6. Cellulite

7. Hyperpigmentation

8. Hypopigmentation

So what is Microneedling first of all?

Microneedling benefits are gained through a procedure using a very fine needle which punctures the dermis of the skin while causing minimal damage to the epidermis. This opens microchannels in the skin to allow much deeper penetration of beneficial substances. The effect of puncturing the dermis is that the dermis reacts as if it has been wounded, so growth factors are released stimulating the production of new elastin and collagen – your key to a fresh and youthful looking skin.


Microneedling benefits over other skin resurfacing methods

There will likely be no skin damage, and the skin will heal in a very short time. Results will be quick and longer lasting. No pain associated with the procedure or significantly less. There is little risk of permanent discolouration, and it is suitable for all skin types, including thin skin. Few to no side effects.


Microneedling benefits are gained through a procedure using a very fine needle which punctures the dermis of the skin while causing minimal damage to the epidermis. This opens microchannels in the skin to allow much deeper penetration of beneficial substances. The effect of puncturing the dermis is that the dermis reacts as if it has been wounded, so growth factors are released stimulating the production of new elastin and collagen – your key to fresh and youthful-looking skin.



When can you expect to see results from microneedling?

Within salon treatments, the final results might not be noticeable until you hit the three to twelve months mark as boosting collagen and elastin within the dermis takes time. However, as with most treatments, it depends on the individual. A course of 4-6 sessions is recommended for optimal results. With Simply Skin Clinic, our practitioners are medically trained and able to offer multiple remedies for your skin needs. Often Microneedling combined with Dermaplaning – our most popular treatment the Million Dollar Facial, allows products to penetrate the skin deeper resulting in far better effects.




When should you avoid microneedling?

It can be used on all skin colours and skin types, however it should be avoided if one has an active infection on the skin such as impetigo, active and inflamed acne or rosacea. Those with hypersensitive skin, acute eczema or sun burnt skin should also avoid the technique.

There are a few contraindications to microneedling including infected or irritated skin, active acne, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, skin cancer, open wounds and raised moles.

Don’t let this put you off as the microneedling benefits far outweigh the negatives.

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