5 Reasons Why Microneedling is So Beneficial for Your Skin

Microneedling can painlessly and efficiently improve skin texture, surface scars, and small wrinkles. To repair the skin, microneedling stimulates the synthesis of new collagen, growth factors, and elastin. The extra is then used to fortify the skin, resulting in long-term skin rejuvenation.

This post will give you five reasons why you should get microneedling to benefit your skin.

Microneedling Improves Skin Quality in Many Ways

Microneedling affects the skin in many ways, most of which are positive. It reduces wrinkles, scars, sun damage, pores, stretch marks, acne, rosacea, and more.

Reduces Fine Lines and Wrinkles

A microneedling procedure results in microscopic injuries that boost the production of collagen and elastin and lessen wrinkles and fine lines.

Collagen and elastin, which are found in your skin, give it vigor, structure, and a youthful appearance. The ability of your body to heal wounds also promotes the development of new skin cells, which minimizes the appearance of forehead wrinkles, crow’s feet, and fine lines.

Softens Scar

Microneedling can effectively treat acne and other skin scars because it increases collagen and elastin synthesis. However, it can’t treat keloid or elevated scars.

Repairs Sun Damage

The appearance of sun damage, especially hyperpigmentation and age spots, can be reduced using microneedling. Suppose your skin has a blotchy and brownish complexion, which is probably the result of too many days in the sun. In that case, microneedling can rejuvenate your appearance and level out your tone because it can generate new collagen and skin cells.

Tightens Skin

As you age, your skin loses elasticity, appearing loose. Additionally, aged skin could appear lifeless and dull.

The skin structure can be strengthened, and sagging avoided by collagen production in response to small lesions. Additionally, 24 hours following treatment, a lovely, youthful glow emerges.

Minimizes Pores

Although microneedling involves making small holes in your skin, it doesn’t enlarge your pores. It makes your pores appear significantly smaller. Your pores practically vanish when the collagen surrounding them is activated, which causes the area around each pore to swell.

Erases Stretch Marks

Nearly every part of your body can benefit from microneedling. Stretch marks that emerge following times of rapid growth, such as during pregnancy, may be less noticeable with this method.

Combats Rosacea

Rosacea-related skin thickness and ruddiness can be treated by microneedling. This skin condition accelerates collagen deterioration. With the help of microneedling, which encourages the production of collagen to prevent and replace this breakdown, your skin will look less irritated and inflamed.

Improves Elasticity

Despite having very diverse functions, the proteins collagen and elastin work together and are closely connected. Elastin makes the skin flexible and capable of restoring its original shape, in contrast to collagen, which gives the skin rigidity and strength.

Elastin is one of the most critical proteins in your body. It is a flexible protein that may expand and then contract again. It’s an essential part of several body tissues, including your lungs, bladder, arteries, and numerous ligaments that require flexibility.

Microneedling Has Little to No Downtime

Microneedling typically heals wounds in just 24 hours. Nevertheless, depending on the intensity of the treatment, it could take up to two or three days. After treatment, you can go back to work or school and wear cosmetics 24 hours after the procedure.

Microneedling Has Few Sides Effects

The results of microneedling are equivalent to those of laser and chemical peel procedures without extensive downtime. After microneedling, you can have a radiant complexion for 24 to 72 hours, but with laser resurfacing, recuperation could take three to ten days. After a medium or intense peel, your skin needs 14–21 days to recover.

With microneedling, you have to be mindful of a few temporary adverse effects. Short-term swelling, redness, and skin flaking that lasts for a few days are side effects of the operation. After treatment, the skin will be more sensitive to the sun, so sunscreen is also recommended.

People with active inflammatory acne or oral herpes should wait to have microneedling treatment until the lesions have cleared up since it may exacerbate active outbreaks. For one week after treatment, those with a history of oral herpes may be given an oral antiviral drug to prevent the possibility that a new cold sore would develop.

Microneedling Improves the Efficacy of Topical Products

Applying moisturizers, anti-aging products, and other topical skin care products that improve skin health and look is best done right after microneedling. Creams, serums, and gels are more easily absorbed by your skin and penetrate your dermis deeper after a microneedling treatment.

The skin is pricked with a unique tool with tiny needles to make microscopic channels (small holes). Topical products can flow via these openings or micro-injuries in the skin, which helps them to penetrate deeper into the skin. Because microneedling boosts the efficacy of other aesthetic treatments, it is frequently used in combination with said treatments.

Microneedling Gives Quick Results

Your body reacts immediately to the controlled “injuries” caused by microneedling. One of these reactions is a rise in blood flow when the injured area receives a surge of healing elements. As a result, your skin looks younger right away after treatment. 

However, when collagen and elastin are created and delivered to the treated regions, you’ll continue to notice improvements in the health of your skin. Most patients get their full benefits four to six weeks after therapy.

Your body will have ample time to create collagen and elastin and deliver it to your micro-wounds. You’ll now notice that your skin appears younger and healthier.

The specific outcomes you experience will depend on your treatment objectives. For instance, it will take longer to see your final results if you treat burn scars.

Contact Bloom Aesthetics for More Information

We can’t cover all the details you need about microneedling in a single post. For more information about this highly beneficial treatment, contact Bloom Aesthetics at (509) 990-3054bloomspokane@gmail.com, or use our online contact form.

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