Microneedling for Skincare and Hairloss
Micro needling (also known as collagen induction therapy) is a minimally invasive treatment to rejuvenate the skin. A device with fine needles creates tiny punctures in the top layer of the skin, which triggers the body to create new collagen and elastin.
Results can include improved texture
and firmness, as well as a reduction in
scars, pore size, and stretch marks.
In the microneedling process, a
microneedle pen – which looks like a
pen with tiny needles in the end – the
mechanical action of the pen allows
the needles to puncture the scalp to cause
minor surface wounds. The body then starts working
to produce new skin, releasing chemicals and HGF in
the process, which in turn stimulates hair regrowth
thus covering up thin/bald areas.
Advance Micro Needling Benefits
Stretch marks from any origin or body part
Acne hard to heal scars and light Acne scars
Scars or any origin
Chickenpox scars and Ice pick
Large Black or not black pores
Sagging (Lack of firmness on face or body)
Age brown spots & sun burns damage
Under-eye puffy bags
Hair loss (Alopecia) + Platelet Rich Plasma Hair Regrowth
How Does Microneedling Act on Hair?
Hair growth is dependent on genes that trigger the development of new hair cells. This development occurs within the hair follicles covering the scalp and the rest of the body. Hair cell production is initiated by a number of chemicals, chief among which is the human growth factor (HGF) – a protein or steroid hormone – capable of stimulating cellular growth.