Problem skin goes pretty deep. The dermis is where wrinkles, dark spots, acne scars and stretch marks reside. No matter how many topical treatments and skin creams you apply, you’ll never get them to penetrate past the protective epidermis layer, thus their effectiveness greatly wanes. Introducing the

Introducing the microneedle. This is why it’s the hottest beauty trend of 2017.

What is Microneedling?

Also known as collagen induction therapy, microneedling is an advanced rejuvenation technique that effectively treats stubborn acne scars and much more with repeated treatments. Micro-needling is performed with a state-of-the-art pen using a series of small needles that puncture the skin, allowing topical products to reach the zone they need to be in, to work. These small puncture holes immediately cause the remodeling of collagen and that means skin will tighten up and smooth out as if begins to heal from the small injuries.

Skin Conditions Microneedling Can Improve Include:

The good news is, you can do microneedling anywhere on your face and body to improve the following:

  • Acne scars
  • Uneven skin
  • Large Pores
  • Brown spots
  • Sun damage
  • Stretch marks

Does Microneedling Hurt?

A topical anesthetic is applied prior to microneedling to minimize any pain or discomfort. If you’re treating acne scars, a longer needle will be used and that can feel slightly different than the traditional microneedle. Rest assured the process is very quick and the results are worthy.

What to Expect After

You’ll see redness for several hours and up to a couple days depending on your treatment. You might want to skip the rest of your day and go home to recover. Because healing takes some time you should avoid getting this service within seven days of an important function. You’ll see gradual progress from day one. We recommend a series of three treatments spaced four weeks apart for optimal results.

Should You Try Microneedling?

If you’re tired of spending hard-earned cash on skin products that don’t penetrate and work effectively, why not consider microneedling? The Moore Skin team will assess your skin and use topical treatments in combination with the microneedling so that you can experience your best face ever.

Pamper your skin today and pair microneedling with a peel or hydrafacial for glowing results. Contact Moore Beauty today.

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