What Is Microneedling and How Does Microneedling Work?

by Sujith Ram drmaryamzamani

What Is Microneedling?

The microneedle is a cosmetic practice used to treat a number of skin problems. The minimally invasive treatment can be used on the entire body, from the scalp to the ankles, to improve the appearance of scars, stimulate collagen or stimulate hair growth. It is also a standard treatment for fine lines and wrinkles, sun damage, and stretch marks. Does everything.

How Does Microneedling Work?

The microneedle involves piercing the skin with tiny needles, according to Dr. Zamani’s Aesthetic Clinic (microneedling London). If the procedure is done in a dermatologist's clinic, the skin will likely be numbed before treatment to eliminate or at least lessen pain and discomfort, says Zamani. "And then a pen-like tool called a derma roller is used to insert tiny stainless-steel needles into the skin to cause micro-injuries or punctures,".

As a result of these small abrasions, the skin increases the production of collagen to heal, according to a study published in March 2017 in Dermatologic Surgery. "The goal is for the damage caused by the needles to stimulate your body to send healing agents in the form of elastin and collagen to the treatment area to repair the skin".

Treatment time is approximately 20 minutes for the face, and 45 minutes for the face, neck, and chest. Results improve with 2-6 treatments every 3-5 weeks, although you will need to cushion longer if you are receiving topical anesthesia, according to a study published in the July-August 2016 issue of the Indian Dermatology Online Journal. Dr Maryam Zamani says multiple sessions are generally required, spaced a month apart. The needles will be inserted deeper into the skin with each subsequent session, as the skin will become thicker and better able to withstand deeper penetration over time.


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