Microneedling is a fantastic skin rejuvenation procedure for anyone hoping to regain their youthful glow. By stimulating the production of collagen, your skin will appear brighter, smoother, and more evenly toned.
Microneedling rejuvenates the skin by stimulating the natural healing process involving collagen production in your skin. Collagen is the most abundant protein in your body, and it’s responsible for your skin’s elasticity and structure. As more collagen is produced, fine lines and other skin imperfections seem to disappear into the fresh, healthy layer of skin brought back by collagen. Microneedling can be used on your face, legs, arms, or anywhere else where there are visible signs of wrinkles. Others use it on their entire bodies to banish cellulite and reduce fat deposits under the skin.
Microneedling improves the overall appearance of your skin by reducing the visibility of scars caused by acne. Removing dead cells from the surface of your skin allows an underlayer of new cells to regenerate. This prevents the development of new acne scars while improving the texture of your skin.
Microneedling improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by stimulating collagen production in your dermis layer (the layer beneath your epidermis). Collagen is a protein that strengthens your skin’s structure and keeps it soft, smooth, flexible, and elastic. Microneedling promotes cell turnover, allowing for smoother, brighter skin and improved blood flow to the surface area, which can give you a more radiant complexion! This may help out discoloration caused by sun damage or age spots.
Pores are enlarged in several ways, including overproduction of sebum (oil) or clogged pores. Microneedling can reduce the size of your pores by increasing the rate at which new collagen is produced — which is why it’s often used to treat acne scarring and enlarged pores.
Microneedling is beneficial for almost anyone! To learn what this amazing treatment can do for you, schedule a consultation at Grand Pearl Spa in Grand Rapids, MI.