Can microneedling rejuvenate my skin?

Are you looking for a simple skin treatment that can roll back the years? Microneedling may be just what you need. Microneedling has been around for decades, and has traditionally been used to treat facial scars. But can microneedling also rejuvenate your skin.

What is microneedling?

Microneedling (collagen induction therapy) is a medical grade skin rejuvenation treatment in which a device with very fine needles is rolled over the skin, to create controlled micro-injuries. It is a quick, minimally invasive treatment that requires little to no downtime. Microneedling can be used on various parts of the body including the face, arms, legs, and hands.

Can microneedling rejuvenate my skin?

Microneedling can certainly rejuvenate your skin. Here’s how it works.

The micro-injuries created during microneedling stimulate the skin’s natural healing mechanisms, and prompt the skin to produce more collagen. Skin that is rich in collagen is distinctly plumper, smoother, and more vibrant. The skin rejuvenating effects of microneedling are progressive, because natural collagen growth will continue for approximately 3-6 months after treatment (learn more).

Microneedling addresses an array of skin troubles including uneven skin tone, wrinkles, fine lines, dullness, hyperpigmentation, acne scars, and sun damage. Since these are all factors that can age the skin, the skin will look youthful and refreshed after microneedling.

Microneedling also activates new skin cells. The new tissue helps to reverse and prevent signs of aging such as wrinkles and fine lines, and contributes to clearer, healthier skin. Microneedling therefore improves overall skin tone and texture (click here to learn more).

Are you ready to rejuvenate your skin with microneedling. Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the West Melbourne, FL area, Refinery Med Spa and Wellness is our featured practice.

You can reach them at, or by calling 321-339-1001.

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