Microneedling: How long does it take to see results?

It doesn’t matter what our age is, we all want something to change about our appearance. This can be anything from hyperpigmentation to a sagging neck, wrinkles, freckles to scars. There is a general misconception that it comes with age, but that is not true these days. Age is just a number! The majority of young people suffer from skin conditions and have their own set of issues; so do you have these issues too? Are you sick of seeing enlarged pores when you look in the mirror? Have you ever experienced hyperpigmentation? Does your skin seem to be sagging? Now you no longer have to go through uncomfortable and invasive skin lifts because we have the perfect solution for you. 

It involves rolling needles over the surface of the skin to create tiny micro-injuries in the epidermis to naturally heal the skin and give it a healthier, younger appearance. Microneedling is a non-invasive procedure that uses a needle to create tiny wounds in the epidermis. In this case, it stimulates “wound healing,” the body’s natural process of stimulating fibroblast cell growth to produce new collagen and elastin. Because you are not putting any chemical products on your skin, there is no need to worry about damaging it. Natural healing occurs with microneedling. However, how long does it take to see results? Read on to find out.

In what ways does microneedling help?

Reduces wrinkles

This procedure causes your skin to make more collagen in order to heal the wounds. This more collagen helps your skin to appear smoother and firmer, increasing its overall appearance.

Reduces The Appearance of Scars:

Studies have shown that dermarolling can effectively treat acne scars, stretch marks, and scars caused by weight loss. The process triggers the production of collagen and elastin, repairing pores and irregularities of the skin.

Reduces Sun and age spots:

As an added benefit, microneedling can also help to reduce age spots (e.g., melanin build-up) in your skin. The tiny needles break up the pigment that is melanin in your skin, which is then absorbed by your body.

Reduces Stretch marks: 

There are deep scars known as stretch marks that are often natural, however they can have a huge impact on your self-esteem, especially in visible areas like arms, legs etc. The derma roller is a simple yet highly effective treatment for stretch marks at a fraction of the cost of other cosmetic treatments such as laser therapy.

Reduces Hyperpigmentation:

The Derma roller is often combined with skin lightening agents to emphasize the absorption of transdermal drugs. This combination treatment can help reduce the appearance of melasma, hyperpigmentation, and dark spots.

Reduces the Signs Of Aging:

A person with sagging or wrinkled skin is likely to have less collagen in their body because their body produces less. Microneedling can help increase collagen production, resulting in a more firm and tighter skin.

Promote Hair Growth: 

Studies have shown that dermarolling with derma rollers helps to reduce androgenic alopecia through stimulating blood flow. Along with using minoxidil, it helps to generate more hormones necessary for stimulating hair and follicle growth and increasing hair size.

Microneedling: When can I expect results?

Answering this question requires understanding what microneedling means by results. As we already know, microneedling breaks up damaged skin, creating collagen, elastin, and tissue to help repair the area. Microneedling usually takes at least four weeks to produce noticeable results after your first session. After your first microneedling session, your skin will definitely be rejuvenated, however, scars, wrinkles, lines, or pigment issues may still persist. It is therefore necessary to have additional micro needling sessions to achieve the desired results. A minimum of four sessions is required to see a decrease in hyperpigmentation. Six or more sessions are needed to treat complex problems such as wrinkles, scars, and stretch marks.

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