Microneedling Therapie - Stimuleer Huidvernieuwing en Verbetert de Huidtextuur


Microneedling is a method used by some dermatologists to treat various skin conditions. The technique involves using multiple small, sterile needles to pierce the skin and cause physical trauma. This trauma causes the derma, a deeper layer of skin, to rebuild.

Microneedling can help address many skin-related complaints, including:

  • wrinkles
  • littekens
  • acne
  • alopecia
  • skin pigmentation problems
  • striae
  • rosacea
  • loose skin, such as after weight loss or liposuction
  • Skin rejuvenation

In addition, professionals can use microneedling to deposit medication, such as topical retinoids or vitamin C, deeper into the skin. This can boost the treatment of various problems, including scars caused by acne.

How does microneedling work?

Mirconeedling can help address wrinkles, acne, scars and stretch marks.

Microneedling increases the production of collagen and other healing factors by inducing trauma to the skin. Collagen is an essential protein that helps keep skin looking youthful, with a firm, smooth and stretchy texture.

Ageing causes the decrease of collagen in the skin, which contributes to wrinkles and other signs of ageing. Skin can also lose collagen due to injuries, such as acne scars, stretch marks or other scars.

It is important to realise that microneedling is not a quick fix as it involves the growth of new skin. It can take several months for a person to see the full results of the procedure.

Microneedling is generally a safe and effective procedure that can improve the appearance of the skin. It can reduce wrinkles, diminish scars and tighten or rejuvenate loose or ageing skin.

Although microneedling at home is widely accessible and more comfortable than the professional version, home treatments will not produce the same results and increase the risk of side effects.

How often should I microneedling undergo?
We recommend microneedling to be followed in a course of treatment. Treatments are performed 5 times, with 4-week intervals each time. In some cases, it is good to combine the treatment with microdermabrasion or peels.
 aim to stimulate collagen production. 
Microneedling is an intensive skin treatment, in which small structured 'damages' are made in the skin, aiming to stimulate collagen production. Microneedling is a skin-enhancing treatment that can be used for many indications
microneedling treatment may feel unpleasant

Because the needles used to work with are very small, the treatment will not be very much pain do Microneedling is usually perfectly tolerable. It gives a slight stinging sensation.
48 hours after the peeling sun, avoid sauna, hot baths and sweating. Protect the skin with SPF factor 50 all year round.
How long does it to repair from microneedling?
The skin may turn pink to red after treatment. It is also possible that the skin will flake, get light scabs or swell slightly. This reaction will last for about 2 days
Oils are excellent to use on the skin after microneedling. They nourish the skin more deeply than water-based moisturisers and can reduce the side effects of microneedling reduce
After the treatment, we recommend 7 days not swimming, no use of the sauna and 24-hour after treatment no hot shower take and not sports

After the microneedling treatment, improved blood flow is created, making the skin healthier, smoother, more resilient and fresh. The redness of the skin will decrease and UV-induced pigmentation will diminish.

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