Benefits and Side Effects of Microneedling Collagen Induction Therapy
What Is Microneedling Collagen Induction Therapy?
Microneedling Collagen Induction Therapy is a dermaroller procedure that uses small needles to prick the skin.
The purpose of treatment is to generate new collagen and skin tissue for smoother, firmer, more toned skin.
Microneedling mostly used on the face and may treat various scars, wrinkles, and large pores.
Microneedling is minimally invasive, requiring no downtime.
Furthermore, it’s considered safe for most people who are in overall good health.
The procedure isn’t safe for people who use certain acne medications or for women who are pregnant.
You’ll experience minor redness and irritation for a few days after the procedure.
Total prep and procedure time is about two hours.
You’ll need to see a board-certified dermatologist, plastic surgeon, or cosmetic surgeon for this procedure. Besides, in some states, an aesthetician may also be able to perform the procedure. But it should be supervised by a physician. In addition, you may need at least four procedures or more for the best results.
We consider it effective in treating minor scarring related to acne, wounds, and aging. You’ll likely notice brighter, firmer skin, too.
Ideal results come up after multiple sessions.
Microneedling is far more effective than at-home rollers.