Why mirconeedling should be part of your skincare routine
After super smooth skin? Say hello to Microneedling, the minimally invasive treatment that's taken the skincare industry by storm with rave reviews from top dermatologists and elite celebs. But what exactly is microneedling and why has it become one of the biggest skincare trends? I break down all you need to know and why you should add it to your skincare routine.
What is Microneedling?
�A real powerhouse for results. Microneedling also known as dermarolling, or skin needling is an advanced clinical treatment designed for instant skin rejuvenation aka super glowing skin.
The procedure works by using sterile micro-needles that gently prick the skin, to generate new collagen and skin tissue for smoother, firmer and more toned skin.
What are the benefits of Microneedling?
Microneedling creates tiny punctures that are only skin-deep, however, the body naturally responds to these as if they were wounds by sending healing factors that boost skin strength, radiance, and health. The process results in numerous benefits from improving and treating conditions such as acne scarring, fine lines, wrinkles, enlarged pores, and pigmentation.
What happens during a microneedling service?
After a consultation, I will use a combination of Facial products and a sterile micro-needle dermaroller to prick your skin, encouraging your body to repair the damage through increased production of collagen,
I will complete your service by applying Facial serum and SPF to lock in instant results with ongoing benefits.
Does microneedling hurt?
The prospect of multiple needle incisions on the face may sound ominous to you but there is nothing to be frightened of. The diameter of the needles is tiny (we’re talking between 0.2-2mm) and only pin-prick the skin on a surface level so there is little pain or discomfort.
How often can you have microneedling?
I recommend booking every 4 to 6 weeks. For optimal results, a course of 4 to 6 treatments is advised. It’s very important to let the skin go through its healing cycle of 28 days, so it is not advised to book more frequently than this.
Can all skin types have Microneedling?
The procedure is considered safe for most skin types and people who are in overall good health. However, we do not recommend it for people with certain pre-existing medical conditions or for women who are pregnant.
Can Microneedling be booked on its own?
I recommend booking Microneedling as part of a facial service - to enhance the benefits of thorough cleansing, massage, and moisturising, leaving you with radiant skin. Treat yourself to the full works with That includes micro-needling, dermaplaning, and lymphatic drainage as well as all the benefits of a classic facial