February 20, 2019 at 1:58 am · Dr. John Paul · 0 comments
Dermatologist Greenville uses the SkinPen® to give patients a more youthful look and invigorated sound skin. This progressed microneedling mechanical assembly can target almost negligible differences, scars, and different flaws on the face and body.
Procedure of Microneedling?
Technicians use a dermaroller that contains lots of tiny needles. They move the roller across the face so that the needles create a series of little pinpricks. This superficial damage results in inflammation and swelling that improves the look of the face without the need for chemicals.
Can anyone try this?
Microneedling isn’t for everyone. There are warnings that people with skin conditions, such as dermatitis, acne, and eczema may experience flare-ups. There is also the fact that this procedure is designed to draw blood – so it isn’t for the faint of heart.
How often should you do it?
The great results seen my some patients mean that they will want to come back for more. The problem is that it really is best to limit sessions to one-per-month. Excessive use can lead to broken capillaries and a strange look to the skin. Give your face time to recover properly.
Microneedling is as the name suggests. Technicians use tiny needles to break and stimulate the skin. This is used to improve the look of the skin, plump up the face without the need for fillers and add a glow. There are also those that use this as a way of dealing with hair loss.
Contact now to find out if it’s for you.