Hyaluronic acid, known for its incredible hydrating properties, works wonders when applied topically with microneedling. But with so many different brands claiming to be “pure” and without “harsh ingredients”, choosing the right one can be difficult. Selecting a product that initially seems promising but ultimately delivers no advantages, or leads to irritation is truly disheartening.
Microchanneling and microneedling are both popular skin rejuvenation and noninvasive treatments used to improve various skin concerns such as dry skin, acne scars, stretch marks, sun spots, and visible pores. Both treatments are forms of skin needling to produce new collagen production and unlock anti-aging benefits. Below we compare microchanneling vs microneedling treatments, pointing out
Did you know that the derma roller can be used for a variety of different skincare benefits? The derma roller is an effective tool for adding much-needed moisture back into your skin, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and improving your complexion. Some people use it to reduce acne scars, while others use
We asked a few local beauty spas and frequent microneedling customers to give us their reviews on the leading brands of microneedling pens. Although we don’t recommend users administer the devices themselves, if you are experienced and knowledgeable on how to use these tools, there are several factors to consider before purchasing. The overall best
While microneedling is a highly effective treatment on its own, using it in combination with Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) is taking skin rejuvenation to a new level. PRF Microneedling can address a wide range of age-related skin concerns, including hair restoration, dark spots, wrinkles, and under-eye bags. But what makes this different from your typical vampire
Choosing what to put on your skin after microneedling is essential to provide the building blocks to hydrate, replenish, and help heal the skin. But how do you find what’s the best for your own unique skin? We have done the research on microneedling aftercare through our own experiences and provided what we believe will
Though cellulite is not always age-related, it is more common in older women and normally starts between 25 and 35 years of age. Cellulite affects over 90% of women and 10% of men worldwide. While several cosmetic procedures claim effective results, cellulite can be very challenging to treat. We discuss below how microneedling cellulite can
The hype around microneedling is for all the right reasons. This skin needling treatment allows individuals to age beautifully by stimulating collagen and skin cell turnover, resulting in youthful, elastic, and glowing skin. In this article, we discuss the pros and cons of microneedling treatments, providing you with the correct expectations before receiving treatment. Microneedling
Over 14 million Americans are living with rosacea. While there is no cure for this skin condition, microneedling rosacea can settle symptoms and help with discoloration. In this article, we discuss that with the proper preparation, an experienced dermatologist, and consistent aftercare, microneedling rosacea can favorably improve the condition and your appearance. How Is Microneedling
Hyperpigmentation is one of the hardest skin conditions to treat. Microneedling can be effective at treating hyperpigmentation beneath the skin’s surface, by tearing up the pigment from the deepest layers of the skin. Cosmeticians and dermatologists worldwide regard microneedling for hyperpigmentation as a viable treatment given its remarkable ease, minimal downtime, and dismissable side effects.