Micro Needling Skin Rejuvenation

Published on: June 18, 2014

Micro needling is a skin treatment done to improve the appearance of the face. It is one of the latest skin care approaches that uses state-of-the-art equipment to deliver noticeable age defying results. Micro needling is a minimally invasive non-surgical procedure for facial rejuvenation that involves controlled skin injury. By causing tiny injuries to the skin, extra collagen is produced to fill in areas of the face that have begun to sag or wrinkle with age.

Rejuvapen micro needling treatment is a popular option for people who want to improve their skin’s appearance. The Rejuvapen utilizes micro needles to make micro perforations into the skin, and as a result, the skin produces collagen and elastin to repair these injuries. Patients have been using micro needling to help reduce and diminish the lines on their foreheads, between their eyes, around their lips, and even crow’s feet at the corners of the eyes. With the increased production of collagen and elastin, the skin becomes firmer, pores appear finer, fine lines and wrinkles are visibly reduced, and the overall condition of the skin improves.

While there is no permanent solution to combat wrinkles and sagging skin, the results of micro needling can be really long lasting when compared to injectable fillers. Fillers are quickly metabolized by the body, so they must be re-injected every few months for results to be noticed. However, since micro needling causes the body to create its own collagen filler, the results with micro needling can last for years with minimal maintenance.

Talk to your dermatologist about micro needling if you are interested in learning how this minimally invasive procedure can help take years off of your appearance.

Posted on behalf of Dr. Jodi E. Ganz, Olansky Dermatology Associates




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