5 Benefits Of Microneedling Treatment
A 2018 systematic review found that microneedling is a safe and effective way to rejuvenate the skin and treat scars and wrinkles. A press release from the American Academy of Dermatology also states that people can expect a reduction in the “appearance of large pores, fine lines and wrinkles, scars and stretch marks.”
What Are The Benefits?
1) Rejuvenate Your Skin
By the term “skin rejuvenation”, we mean building up new collagen and elastin, tightening up the skin, and reducing the appearance of large pores and fine lines.
Microneedling rejuvenates skin through the healing process that happens after the “injury” of those tiny needles.
2) Reduce The Appearance Of Scars
Microneedling can reduce the appearance of unsightly scarring. In a study titled “Microneedling Therapy in Atrophic Facial Scars: An Objective Assessment”, 34 out of 36 microneedle patients “achieved a reduction in the severity of their scarring by one or two grades. More than 80% of patients assessed their treatment as “excellent” on a 10-point scale.”
3) Make Wrinkles Less Visible
Microneedling makes the wrinkles less visible thanks to a boost in collagen production that fills and smooths your skin.
4) Avoid Chemical Peels
Microneedling could be a good option for you, if your skin is too dark for a chemical treatment, like a facial peel.
5) Treat Yourself At Home
While we recommend going to a professional, there are special tools for a homecare kit. It’s less expensive than an in-office procedure, and since the needles are shorter and blunter, it’s not quite as uncomfortable. But of course, since the “injury” is not as deep, the results won’t be as noticeable.
Microneedling treatment can be combined with several materials such as Hyaluronic acid, vitamins and your own blood – CLEOPATRA TECHNIQUE TM.
The “Cleopatra Technique”, developed by professor Cleopatra Nacopoulos, is a natural and completely safe method to rejuvenate and augment the skin, guaranteeing long-lasting results for up to two years after the treatment.