Microneedling is a minimally invasive skin rejuvenation procedure that stimulates the production of collagen in the underlying layers of the dermis and resurfaces the skin. This treatment uses tiny sterile needles to create micro lesions that trigger your body’s natural healing response and promote production of new collagen and elastin.
Additional benefits of microneedling include:
Treatment can be paired with serums that contain hyaluronic acid, peptides, growth factor and vitamins for additional benefits. We use only medical grade solutions to microneedle into the skin to enhance your treatment. Serums are chosen based on skin conditions.
Microneedling can also be performed using your own platelet-rich plasma. This treatment, which is sometimes referred to as the Vampire Facial, is a form of regenerative medicine whereby a person’s own blood is used to harness the natural growth factors the body uses to heal tissue. Microneedling with PRP:
One of the newest technologies in aesthetic medicine is using energy to change the composition of skin and the underlying tissue. Microneedling can be paired with radiofrequency (RF) energy for additional benefits, such as skin tightening and fat reduction. The tiny needles deliver RF energy deep to remodel and rebuild collagen to firm skin. Deeper penetration of RF can disrupt fat in the chin, neck, abdomen, and legs. Microneedling with RF is used to:
Microchanneling is similar to microneedling, however the needles are much smaller and only superficially penetrate the skin. This procedure consists of creating tiny punctures in the top layers of the skin, referred to as “channels”. These channels are created with very small needles by using a tapping technique to deliver specific solutions/serums into the dermis of the skin.
Microchanneling is a non-invasive procedure that invigorates the body’s natural function to produce collagen. It also stimulates the production of elastin and various other building blocks that contribute to healthy skin. The serums may contain stem cells and growth factors from platelet rich plasma (PRP) or other components that nourish the cells with nutrients that strength the skin. Over time, the repeated healing process improves the surface texture and the overall appearance of the skin. This procedure safe for all six Fitzpatrick skin types and most conditions.
Serums may include:
This treatment is used for the improved appearance of: