For several years, microneedling has been talked about as one of the most effective non-invasive techniques for the treatment of aesthetic imperfections, but what is microneedling really? What areas can be treated? What are the most effective substances to be applied during this technique?
What is microneedling?
Microneedling is a minimally invasive technique combining the generation of microchannels in the skin and he topical application of active principles. Mini-perforations are created in the skin that work to increase the absorption of topically applied products. This synergy between the needles and the solution used produces a biostimulation that multiplies the effectiveness and maximised the results of the treatment.
What areas can be treated and what aesthetic problems can be treated?
Microneedling can be effectively used in many different areas of the face and body. On the scalp, it slows down and improves hair loss; on the face, neckline or hands it treats hypermigrations, lack of vitality in the skin and/or flaccidity and wrinkles. On the body, it treats flaccidity and lack of turgor in the arms, abdomen and legs; and fights against localised fat and cellulite in ‘saddle bags’, double chin, abdominal fat, knees, and legs.