unlock your skins potential: The power of microneedling

Are you ready to unlock the secret to radiant, flawless skin?

In a world where confidence is key, your skin plays a starring role. Fine lines, acne scars, and uneven texture can sometimes get in the way of your self-assured stride. But fear not, for the magic of microneedling is here to transform your skin and boost your confidence.

Microneedling is not just another skincare trend; it’s a revolutionary treatment that’s changing the skin care game. If you’re seeking an effective solution to your skin concerns, look no further. In this blog, we’ll delve into the world of microneedling, exploring what it is, how it works, and how it can empower you to shine with a radiant complexion.

Microneedling Unveiled: What Is It?

Microneedling is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that involves a qualified professional, using a special clinical device equipped with tiny, fine, sterile needles across the skin.

These needles create tiny micro-injuries in the skin’s surface causing a ‘controlled trauma’, which might sound counterintuitive, but it’s the key to unlocking your skin’s full potential!

The Magic Behind Microneedling

When your skin experiences these micro-injuries, it triggers a natural healing response. Your body’s collagen and elastin production kicks into high gear to repair the perceived “damage.” As a result, your skin becomes rejuvenated, appearing smoother, firmer, and more vibrant.


How Microneedling Works Its Wonders

During a microneedling session, a trained professional glides the microneedling device over your skin’s surface. The tiny needles create controlled micro-injuries, allowing the potent ingredients of serums and masks to penetrate deeper into the skin.


The Benefits You’ve Been Craving

Now, let’s talk about what matters most – the benefits of microneedling. You’re likely looking for a solution that can deliver visible results and boost your self-esteem. Microneedling checks all the boxes:

  • Increases collagen production
  • Removes scarring – including acne scarring
  • Removes stretchmarks
  • Reduces uneven, dry or rough patches of skin
  • Reduces blemishes and blackheads
  • Combats sunspots and uneven pigmentation
  • Allows for deep penetration of masks and product
  • Brightens dull uneven skin tones
  • Rejuvenates the skin
  • Combats fine lines and wrinkles


How Many Treatments Will You Need?

While even a single session can show immediate improvements, the best results come from multiple treatments. For optimal outcomes, we recommend 3–6 treatments, spaced 3–6 weeks apart. If you’re tackling severe sun damage, pitted scarring, or deep wrinkles, it may take 6 or more microneedling sessions to achieve your desired results.


Is It Uncomfortable?

We won’t sugarcoat it – during the needling session, you might feel some discomfort. There could be mild pain, but here’s the payoff: the results far outweigh the temporary discomfort. Microneedling delivers exceptional results, making it worth every moment.


Is Microneedling Safe?

Rest easy, Microneedling is a minimally invasive procedure that doesn’t involve injections, reducing the risk of allergic reactions and side effects. You’ll experience minimal downtime, rapid healing, and straightforward after-care. While there may be pinpoint bleeding in some cases, it’s considered normal and part of the healing process.


Any Side Effects?

Post-treatment, you can expect some redness and minimal bleeding, leaving you with a sunburned appearance for 24-48 hours. The degree of redness depends on the intensity of your session. Swelling may be slightly more noticeable on the second day post-treatment.


Pre-Treatment Advice

To make the most of your session, follow these pre-treatment guidelines:

  • Avoid exfoliating products 24-72 hours before treatment.
  • Steer clear of sun tanning, tanning creams, or sprays for at least a week.
  • If you’ve had recent laser surgery, wait before getting Microneedling.
  • Do not use Accutane within six months before treatment.
  • A 14-day gap is recommended if you’ve had Botox or fillers.
  • Refrain from waxing 72 hours before treatment.


If you have any of the following conditions, treatment may not be suitable, or you may need a doctor’s approval:

  • Diabetes
  • Immunosuppressed Individuals
  • Nodular and Pustular Rosacea
  • Use of Anticoagulant Medications
  • Blood Disorders
  • Keloid Formers
  • Skin Diseases
  • Recent Skin Treatment like Invasive Laser Therapy
  • Use of Botox Injections and Other Injectables
  • Recent Facial Surgery
  • Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

Aftercare Advice

Once you’ve undergone Microneedling treatment, here’s how to care for your skin post-session:

  • Expect redness, peeling, flaking, tingling, and itching, which is common but temporary.
  • Your skin may experience light abrasion.
  • Always wear SPF post-treatment.
  • For acne-prone areas, expect a possible temporary “breakout.”
  • Use extra moisturiser initially to combat dryness or flaking.
  • Opt for a gentle cleanser and warm water for 72 hours.
  • Healing and moisturising with products containing hyaluronic acid are vital.
  • Avoid makeup for at least 24 hours.
  • Steer clear of skin care products with active acids.
  • Avoid activities that induce sweating, as it may lead to bacterial infection.
  • Stay hydrated for quicker healing.

If you’re ready to embark on a journey to unlock your skin’s full potential, microneedling might be the answer you’ve been looking for. Book a consultation with us today to discuss your specific concerns and determine the best approach for you.

Remember, the secret to radiant, flawless skin is within reach. The magic of microneedling is here to empower you to shine with confidence. Don’t wait – your skin’s transformation begins now. It’s time to unlock your skin’s full potential and discover the radiance that’s been waiting to surface.

unlock your skins potential: The power of microneedling

Are you ready to unlock the secret to radiant, flawless skin?

Book your microneedling treatment today with our fully licenced, expert Clinician.