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What's the benefits and results of SkinPen Microneedling


Micro-Needling Treatment Does it Work

What is microneedling?

Microneedling is a minimally invasive technique for stimulating the tissues of the skin and scalp. The doctor makes micro-perforations in different places of the skin and the scalp.

The skinpen is a micro-needling procedure that promotes skin rejuvenation, effectively treating fine lines, wrinkles and acne scars.

The aim is to induce germinal stimulation of the bulb. In practice, microneedling makes it possible to improve blood circulation in the skin and the scalp, but also to strengthen the production of proteins in the cells of the skin and the hair dermis and to stimulate the synthesis of fibroblasts, the cells responsible for the renewal of collagen in tissues.

This is what then helps promote skin rejuvenation and the development of new hair follicles.

Contraindications of Microneedling

People who should not use the skinpen include anyone who has:

  • Active skin cancer in affected areas  open sores, sores, or irritated skin in the affected area  an allergy to stainless steel  a bleeding disorder or dysfunction.

  • People who are pregnant or breastfeeding or currently taking isotretinoin (accutane) should not use the skinpen.

Microneedling results:

SkinPen Microneedling is a cosmetic procedure that involves the use of a device with fine needles to create small punctures in the skin. This process stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, which can improve the overall appearance of the skin. Some potential benefits and results of SkinPen Microneedling include:

  1. Reduced appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

  2. Improved texture and tone of the skin

  3. Reduction of acne scars and other scars

  4. Improved appearance of hyperpigmentation and uneven skin tone

  5. Tightening and firming of the skin

  6. Improved skin elasticity

  7. Enhanced absorption of skin care products

It is important to note that results may vary depending on the individual and the specific concerns being treated. It is recommended to speak with a dermatologist or trained aesthetician before undergoing any cosmetic procedure.

  • The skinpen is used on the face; neck and chest areas can be treated.

  • To get the best results from the procedure, your healthcare professional will give you instructions before, during and after treatment.

  • It is essential that you follow these instructions so that you can receive the optimal results that you discussed with your provider prior to your procedure.

  • Your healthcare professional will ask you to allow a 24 hour interval between the autoimmune therapies you are receiving and skinpen treatment.

  • Your provider will ask you to complete a consent form and they will ask you to take pictures of the area before treatment.during this 30-minute procedure, your provider will apply a numbing agent to the area to be treated.

  • After the 30 minutes, your healthcare professional will apply a thin layer of skinfuse lift hg to protect your skin from abrasions or chafing that may occur during treatment.

  • Your doctor  will wipe the treated area with saline solution.

  • They will apply a more generous layer of skinfuse lift hg and provide you with a gel formula called skinfuse rescue to apply to your skin one day after treatment.

  • The skinpen offers a minimally invasive, non-ablative option to rejuvenate the skin.

  • As the skin repairs itself, a thicker epidermis results, creating a softer appearance on the affected area.

  • The skinpen is the only micro-needling tool to receive de novo authorization as a class II medical device by the food and drug administration (FDA).

What's the complications of SkinPen Microneedling ?

The dermapen and topical products used optimize the results of this procedure for 90 days or more. It can be used for all skin types for anyone aged 22 and over.

SkinPen Microneedling is generally considered a safe and effective cosmetic procedure. However, as with any medical treatment, there are potential complications that may occur. Some possible complications of SkinPen Microneedling include:

  1. Infection: The risk of infection can be minimized by properly cleaning and sterilizing the device and the skin before the procedure.

  2. Bleeding: The needles used in SkinPen Microneedling can cause minor bleeding, which can be stopped by applying pressure to the treated area.

  3. Bruising: Bruising is a common side effect of SkinPen Microneedling and typically resolves on its own within a few days.

  4. Redness and swelling: The skin may become red and swollen after the procedure, but these symptoms should subside within a few days.

  5. Allergic reactions: Some individuals may have an allergic reaction to the products used during the procedure, such as the numbing cream or topical products applied afterwards.

  6. Skin irritation: Some individuals may experience skin irritation or sensitivity after the procedure.

It is important to speak with a dermatologist or trained aesthetician about potential complications and any concerns you may have before undergoing SkinPen Microneedling.