What is Microneedling?
Microneedling is an innovative, noninvasive treatment in the field of aesthetic medicine appropriate for any skin type. The target group are patients with wrinkled, large-pored, scarred, spotted and acne-stricken skin. The treatment is conducted with a special device, a skinneedler or dermaroller consisting of many tiny needles. The tiny needles cause skin injuries on micro-level, thus stimulating the skin to produce the body´s own collagen and elastin again. Due to these characteristics, the Microneedling therapy can readily be used as an alternative for facelifting.
What does Microneedling cause?
Microneedling visibly and clearly improves the skin structure. The treatment stimulates the regeneration of collagen and elastin, thus causing the faster formation of cells and a stabilization of the conjunctive tissue. The emerging effect is a smoother, more delicate, fresher and firmer complexion. The result is visible after around 6-8 weeks.
Microneedling for hair loss?
Microneedling therapy can be conducted with women and men whose hair becomes sparse and thin. It stimulates the circulation of the scalp and thus improves the hair structure. The micro-injuries enable the insert of vitamins at the hair roots. In dependency of the findings, the therapy can consist of 4-6 treatments taking place every four weeks.
When is Microneedling applied?
Microneedling is used for different skin problems and can be recommended for every skin type.
– Rosacea (reddened skin through small red veins)
– Pigment disorder
– Acne scars
– Enlarged pores
– Slackened tissue
– Stretch marks, e.g. striation in pregnancy
– Pale complexion
In which areas is Microneedling implemented?
Microneedling can be applied for the facial area, as well as neck and dekolleté, stomach, bottom or thighs.