What Are the Benefits of Microneedling Treatment?

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Your skin suffers from the passage of time and exposure to the environment. Skin aging begins in your mid-20s, and when combined with sun exposure, you start to show signs of degeneration. Colored patches, fine creases, or simply a general dryness where your face used to glow before the disorder took hold may develop. Despite this natural process, you wish you could turn back the clock and change your appearance to match your feelings.

There is no shortage of products and microneedling treatment on the market to help you do so, and it can be challenging to figure out which ones are the most beneficial for you. Understanding how skin rejuvenation procedures work can sometimes help you decide, especially when evaluating the benefits and drawbacks of different options against your personal needs.

Microneedling is a skincare treatment that promotes natural collagen response; yet, it may be the perfect option for you if you want aggressive results with quick recovery times. There are significant advantages to microneedling that you should be aware of.


No one wants to appear older than their actual age. But then, early aging manifested as fine lines and wrinkles do just that. Microneedling increases collagen and elastin production, which helps to reduce lines and wrinkles.

Collagen and elastin are proteins that give it structure and strength, giving it a youthful appearance. The wound-healing mechanisms also encourage your body to develop new skin cells, which reduces the appearance of fine lines, crow’s feet, and forehead wrinkles.


Microneedling is very successful in treating acne and other scars on the skin because it increases collagen and elastin synthesis. Keloid or elevated scars are the only types that cannot be treated.


Microneedling, even though it entails punching holes in your skin, does not affect the size of your pores. It makes your pores appear smaller. 


Anti-aging therapies other topical treatments that improve skin health and appearance are best applied after microneedling. Creams, serums, and gels are absorbed more readily by the micro-holes and delivered more profound into the dermis than when used regularly.


Microneedling can reduce the appearance of sun damage, such as hyperpigmentation and age marks. If you have splotchy skin, brownish complexion due to too much sun, microneedling, and its capacity to generate new collagen and skin cells can revitalize your appearance and even out your tone.


Wrinkles and discoloration aren’t the only signs of aging. Your skin loses elasticity as you age, making it appear loose. Skin that is aging may appear dull and lack a glossy sheen. This is something that microneedling can help with.

Collagen production in response to minor wounds can help to enhance skin structure and prevent sagging. Plus, you get a bright, youthful glow within 24 hours after a treatment.


Microneedling can be used on almost any part of your body. Stretch marks that form following times of fast growth, such as during pregnancy, can be reduced with this treatment.


Microneedling can help with rosacea’s ruddiness and thickness of the skin. The degradation of collagen is accelerated in people who have this skin disorder. Microneedling encourages collagen production to compensate for and replace the loss of collagen, making your skin appear less inflammatory and irritated.


Microneedling can assist increase the effectiveness of topical acne treatments by improving the distribution of topical solutions. Signature Skin Care can help your skin clear up with regular microneedling treatments.


The effects of microneedling are similar to those of laser and chemical peel treatments but without downtime. Microneedling gives you a radiant complexion in 24-72 hours, whereas laser resurfacing can take three to ten days to recover from. After a medium or intensive peel, your skin will take 14-21 days to recover.

Microneedling is a relatively safe and effective method for improving skin look. It can minimize wrinkles, scarring, and loose or aging skin tightening or rejuvenation.

While home microneedling is more convenient and comfortable than professional microneedling, the outcomes will not be as good, and the risk of adverse effects will be higher.

Anyone interested in microneedling should speak with a dermatologist or doctor who has had special training and experience in this field.

Is there Anything More You should know about Microneedling?

The FDA has approved devices that use microneedles to provide radiofrequency (RF) radiation (heat) to treat facial wrinkles and other conditions. Because RF microneedling devices act in different ways, various hazards are associated with them.

You may have heard of microneedling as a hair loss treatment. Even though clinical trials are ongoing, the FDA has not approved any microneedling devices for this purpose.

Microneedling products may be used with lotions, ointments, other medications or cosmetics, or platelet-rich plasma. The FDA has not approved any microneedling devices for use with other products, implying that the FDA has not looked into the safety or effectiveness of using microneedling devices. More information on guidelines for patients and health care providers can be found on the FDA’s microneedling device web page.

Microneedling Side Effects and Who Should Avoid It

According to research published in Dermatologic Surgery in March 2017, some redness or moderate discomfort may emerge as the skin heals in the first few days. Within three days, the redness should disappear. In the days after your treatment, you may notice that your skin feels tight, puffy, dry, or sensitive to the touch, or it may flake away within a week.

There is minimal discomfort, but you will be administered a topical numbing agent before the microneedling procedure to ensure comfort throughout the treatment. If you want to learn more about Microneedling, contact Integrated Med Spa and discuss it with the professionals. 


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