There are many reasons for considering the use of micro-needling with lasers for the purpose of improving facial skin texture. This treatment improves the facial skin’s natural resilience, which allows the face to heal better and be protected from damage caused by free radicals and the sun’s UV (ultraviolet) rays. This form of microdermabrasion is non-damaging and leaves behind no scar tissue. There are three different types of microdermabrasion, all of which can be done safely at home without the use of anesthetics.
Microneedling with pulsed light and PRP:
can provide a third way to achieve beautiful, smooth results. Microneedling with pulsed light uses a bright light and short pulses of low-level laser energy to stimulate proteins within the epidermis, causing them to be stimulated. The proteins are then converted into new cellular growth. The addition of new collagen from the patient’s own blood can make micro-needling much more effective.
ZO SKIN HEALING:
Similar to microdermabrasion, ZO skin healing utilizes tiny holes in the skin to deliver tiny beads of light and microcrystalline beads into the dermal layer. These beads and light are used to stimulate collagen production in the skin, improving elasticity, suppleness, and skin color. In addition use ZO skin healing, pulsed light can also be use for the purpose of improving facial skin texture and eliminating fine lines and wrinkles. The depth of these effects will depend upon the particular product use, as well as the depth of the tiny holes used. Both collagen production and stimulation of skin cells can also be beneficial for people who have rosacea or other skin problems.
Acne Scars, Voids, and Stretch Marks:
Not Just For Teenagers Anymore: Many people may find that, as their teenage years are winding down, the appearance of acne scars, discoloration, and other imperfections is beginning to threaten their self-esteem. While it’s always best to seek professional medical advice before changing any part of your appearance, many people may not feel comfortable discussing this with a doctor. This is where Microneedling with PRP can be an attractive alternative for those who wish to improve the appearance of acne scars. Microneedling with the use of pulse light shown to significantly reduce scarring in some people. The tiny holes used in micro-needling can also help to fill in tiny gaps that result from acne scars.
The Need for Microdermabrasion Or Microsculpting:
Is It Really Different?
No. Microdermabrasion and micro-sculpting are both forms of cosmetic treatments. That use very small needles that puncture the top layers of the skin. Microneedling combines these forms of treatment in order to increase the depth of the stimulation, thereby increasing collagen production.
Can There Be Different Effects For Different Parts of My Body?
Yes. In Microneedling With PRP, the fine needles are able to target the different areas of my body. The needles are small enough that they don’t travel too far. This makes it ideal for my face and neck. Although uneven skin and scarring from acne treat successfully on other parts of my body, as well.
Why Does My Acne scars Appear Redder When I Get Microneedling With PRP?
This is actually a good thing. Since the fine needles penetrate further into the epidermis than usual, redness is less likely to occur. In addition, healing will take place faster and the redness will fade away sooner.
So what exactly is Microneedling With PRP?
This is a form of microdermabrasion (PRP) treatment that uses tiny particles of specialized plastic (plates) to remove acne scars. These particles inject into the affected area using a fine needle. The fine needle enables it to penetrate deeper. Than ordinary microdermabrasion treatments, therefore making it more effective at removing scarring than ordinary treatments!