MICRONEEDLING WITH HYALURONIC ACID
What is Hyaluronic Acid Micro-Needling?
Micro-needling has been applied in aesthetic treatments for some years and has grown more prominent as a skin rejuvenation treatment for its capability to non-surgically improve the look and feel of the skin without interrupting daily activities or requiring considerable healing time.
A pen-like device with numerous tiny needles in the tip is dragged over the skin during micro-needling, allowing the needles to slightly penetrate below the skin’s surface. This activates the skin’s natural healing process, boosting collagen formation to strengthen and tighten the skin’s structure and fight visible symptoms of ageing.
Despite the fact that micro-needling is a successful technique on its own, studies reveal that outcomes can be improved when used in conjunction with particular serums and products, such as hyaluronic acid.
How Does Micro-Needling with Hyaluronic Acid Work?
The skin is made more permeable by the micro-needling procedure, which also helps serums and cosmetics work more effectively. A naturally occurring substance called hyaluronic acid can help give volume to ageing symptoms and smooth and tighten the skin when it is completely absorbed during micro-needling.
Along with replenishing hyaluronic acid for the skin, this unique serum is also utilised to lubricate the skin throughout treatment to maximise client comfort. Your body contains hyaluronic acid, a naturally present sugar. Because it is a humectant and attaches to and retains water molecules, hyaluronic acid indicates the presence of moisture.
Comparable to how a sponge soaks up water and fills up, the volume is formed as the hyaluronic acid molecules retain moisture. Your skin will become full and plump, smoothing out the fine wrinkles and crevices as you apply this impact to it.This holds true whenever hyaluronic acid is applied topically; as a result, your skin is inundated with hydration after using a hyaluronic acid serum.
Is their Any Negative Effects?
Hyaluronic acid serum can significantly minimize post-treatment inflammatory response by keeping the skin fed and healthy and lubricated. Hyaluronic acid serum is typically a well-tolerated therapies with only mild discomfort.
A pink or somewhat flushed look similar to a sunburn may appear on treated regions, however this usually goes away within a day or two. Serious adverse responses to hyaluronic acid are uncommon, and the body can easily recognise and process it.
Even while microneedling has been shown to be a powerful anti-aging technique on its own, the effects are amplified in regards of fluffiness and moisture when combined with hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid-infused microneedling lessens the needling process’ delay while also aiding in the post-procedure calming and soothing of the skin.
A chemical peel is a method of rejuvenating the skin. You can select a chemical peel in one of 3 depths: Mild, Moderate, or Deep Chemical Peel, based on the difficulties you’re trying to resolve with the treatment.
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