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Skin needling using EDS Rejuvenate Clear skin
It’s getting harder and harder to find the best solution for your beauty and skin care regime. Most noteworthy, Skin Microneedling is becoming the go-to replacement alternative, a natural skin condition solution. That becomes apparent through its non-invasive, non-synthetic qualities. It has resurfaced in recent years as a miracle procedure. And yet, dermatologists have been performing it for decades now with amazing results.
What is Microneedling?
Microneedling is an aesthetic medical procedure that involves rejuvenating the layers of your skin from the inside out, boosting collagen production and taking care of skin surface problems in the process. By using a device having several, small needles, the aesthetician inserts minuscule holes on the skin surface. The microneedling device will be pushed or rolled over your face to create punctures, which force your skin into repair mode. The “micro injuries” caused will stimulate the skin to produce collagen and elastin to fill up fine lines as well as groves and scars. As a result, the complexion will have a much younger appearance and a nicer texture regardless of skin area.
Furthermore, the needle length can vary from 0.5 to 3.0 mm. These needles have a very petite size so working around sensitive areas doesn’t impose any difficulty. The staff performing the procedure has had procedure training, in order to handle the device with delicacy and care.
The role of the Microneedle procedure is two-fold. Firstly, it is to rejuvenate and trigger the dermis collagen production. Secondly, the role is related to additional skin treatments. As an aforementioned consequence, the needles create micro channels. These are the ones that make it possible for the skin to absorb serums.
Firstly, the aesthetician will apply a numbing topical cream. Then, the procedure is customised depending on the areas to be treated. The Microneedle will be pushed with different motions: horizontally, vertically and circularly along the surface of the skin. A thorough consultation is required prior to a treatment. Additionally, people with acute eczema or active acne pustules should not expose themselves to the treatment. Treatment time is around 30 minutes.
You’ll be happy to learn, there is minimum downtime. You might also experience pinpoint bleeding and bruising during the process. Afterwards, depending on the sensitivity of the skin, you can expect redness, potential mild swelling and erythema. These side effects should subside in a couple of days. Especially relevant, the persons undergoing this treatment should not employ any abrasive products for their skin afterwards. Also, they’re not advised to tan and SPF coverage should be used.
Depending on the severity of the skin condition, 3-5 treatments are recommended, spaced between 4-6 weeks. Elastin and collagen take time to produce and around the 3 month mark you would start seeing distinctive skin changes.
What are the benefits of the treatment?
- Stimulates collagen and elastin
- Improves look of scars, wrinkles
- Treats acne and burn scars
- Reduces stretch marks
- Reduces pigmentation spots and UV damage
- Rejuvenates the texture of hands, neck
- Plumps and creates a youthful skin tone
The non-invasive Microneedling treatment has been heralded as the best solution for people who desire a more youthful look. Those who have had damage done to the epidermis layer of their skin would benefit even further. It’s ideal for people who have sunken areas caused by acne or diseases like chickenpox.
Whats the difference between Derma roller and eDS skin needling?
The main difference is the device. Derma roller is a manual handheld roller with approximately 200 needles in various sizes ranging from 0.5mm to 3.0mm. The action is in the practitioners hands. The eDS is an electronic device that offers precision and does the all hard work. The speed and amount of needles can be controlled per second. Its some real piece of nifty equipment. However, they offer the same treatment concept.
Was you the spotty teenager or have you experienced a surge of spots as an adult? Acne can leave its trademark behind leaving uneven skin and unsightly blemishes that last a lifetime. With multiple sessions, this procedure has the ability to relieve ‘pot holes’ and ‘craters’ in the skin. The severity of the skin condition depends on how many sessions are required.
Now, too much sun can be bad for our skin. Not only will it age us quicker than someone who plasters themselves in SPF50, it can also leave your skin with dark brown spots varying in size. Why does this happen? Melanocytes, present in the epidermis produce skin darkening pigment as a protective barrier for the skin to prevent it from burning or damaging any further.
Those with undesired pigmentation and general skin conditions are sure to find a solution in the Microneedle treatment as well.
Noteworthy is the fact that the aesthetician can perform the procedure on many areas of the body including the neck, arms and hands, legs. So the treatment can be custom-made depending on the needs of the person.