Microneedling helps your skin to create new collagen and elastin, helping your skin look plump, smooth, supple, and healthy. It rejuvenates by using tiny needles to puncture the top layer of your skin, which trigger collagen and elastin production. It improves blood flow to the area. It also improves skin tone, scar reduction, and pore size.
SkinPen by Crown Aesthetics is the first FDA-cleared microneedling device on the market and is clinically proven to improve the appearance of wrinkles of the neck and acne scars in patients ages 22 and older. In as few as three minimally invasive treatments spaced 30 days apart, you can improve your appearance and step out with confidence.
Best of all, SkinPen works. Ninety percent of subjects in the clinical trial would recommend the procedure to family and friends.
Benefits of Microneedling
Microneedling is a safe, minimally invasive treatment, which can help improve the texture, tone and quality of your skin. The benefits include:
Boosts natural Collagen production
More youthful appearance of skin
Promotes skin radiance and glow
Reduced appearance of acne and scars
Reduced appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
The procedure can be done with hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid when absorbed into the skin after microneedling can aid in adding volume and providing nourishing hyaluronic acid to the skin. When paired with micro-needling, the repair process begins almost immediately resulting in softened wrinkles and scars, as well as a thicker dermis.
How does it work?
Microneedling creates thousands of microchannels that stimulate your body’s natural wound healing process, while minimizing cellular damage. This rejuvenates your skin from the inside out. The result is effective remodeling of scar tissue, while keeping the overall structure of the skin intact.
There are three phases to the wound-repair process:
Inflammation. Piercing the skin triggers your immune system to disinfect the wounds, remove debris, increase blood flow and begin to create new tissue.
Proliferation. The wound is rebuilt with new granulation cells, which are part of the extracellular matrix. Additionally, a new network of blood vessels develops.
Remodeling. The wound is replaced with new dermal tissues and blood vessels.