Microneedling

One of the fastest-growing trends in skincare and anti-aging treatments.

Microneedling is incredibly effective at changing the appearance of your skin with only one treatment per month.

Microneedling isn’t only for the face. We can microneedle surgical scars, stretch marks, neck, decolletage, back of hands, and other skin concerns on most parts of the body. Microneedling has also shown to be effective at promoting hair growth in areas of thinning hair.

Benefits of Microneedling

  • Over 10 studies in the last six years have shown increased collagen production and improvement in skin health after microneedling.
  • An average 206% increase in collagen and up to 1,000% increase in collagen production after a single treatment.
  • An average 80% improvement in post-burn scars was reported by patients after microneedling.
  • Microneedling can increase the absorption of products through the skin by up to 10,000 times, increasing the effectiveness of skin enhancement serums like hyaluronic acid.

Research aside, the results speak for themselves. You’ll see the difference after your first session.

WITH A SERIES OF MICRONEEDLING SESSIONS,
YOU MAY SEE IMPROVEMENT IN:

*these are typical results but cannot be guaranteed.
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How Does Microneedling Work?

Microneedling is a collagen induction technique. Tiny needles cause invisible punctures to the epidermis and dermis layers of the skin. These micro-injuries stimulate the body’s repair mechanism: collagen and elastin production in the papillary dermis. New capillaries are formed, increasing blood flow to the face.

The result? Skin that looks glowy, youthful, firm, and clear.

Unlike peels or lasers, microneedling does not burn the top layer of the skin. The downtime is minimal as are the risks. Best of all, you can see improvement after only a single session and results are cumulative.

photo of the skin dermis with microneedling device puncturing the dermis layer

What to Expect:
Before, During, & After Your Microneedling Session

Before Microneedling

Discontinue retinol serums or drying acne products 48 hours before your appointment. Please avoid fillers and other skin treatments for 10 days before and after your microneedling session.

Show up with a clean and bare face.

During Microneedling

Microneedling sessions last 60-minutes. The microneedling portion takes about 20-minutes.

There is little to no discomfort with the microneedling device. You will be relaxing on an infrared crystal mat in our beautiful and serene office space. Your skin is treated with numbing gel and our Celluma light therapy device before the procedure and you will receive hyaluronic acid serum treatment and facial reflexology massage aftercare.

Our clinic uses all non-toxic, cruelty-free, organic products.

After Microneedling

Redness will persist for the remainder of the day after your session. You may apply makeup after 2-3 hours.

There is no downtime and you can resume normal activities right away.

You may notice that fine lines look more obvious for the first few days after treatment. This is a normal effect of the skin drying out. Improvements will start to show within a week. You will see the full benefits within 4-6 weeks after treatment.

Maintaining results

You will notice an improvement in your skin after your first session. Follow-up sessions are recommended once monthly until desired results are achieved.

why do microneedling
with amaluna wellness?

Extensive Experience

We are medical professionals with many years of experience using needle therapies. You benefit from our extensive knowledge of anatomy, clean needle technique, and medical safety compared to other providers such as estheticians.

The Best Microneedling Device on the Market

 

Our Microneedling device is the best on the market. The AcuMicro pen oscillates up to 10,000 RPMs with adjustable needle depth to customize our treatments to your skincare needs. Tips are single-use.

High-Quality Serums

 

We infuse all treatments with organic high-quality serums to improve your microneedling results.

Investment

+ Single session: $300

OR

+ a pre-paid package of 5: $1250
($250 savings)

Learn More (Information Sources)

  1. Fabbrocini G, Fardella N, Monfrecola A, Proietti I, Innocenzi D (2009) Acne scarring treatment using skin needling. Clin Exp Dermatol 34: 874-879.
  2. Fabbrocini G, Annunziata MC, D’Arco V, De Vita V, Lodi G, Mauriello MC, Pastore F, Monfrecola G (2010) Acne scars: Pathogenesis, classification, and treatment. Dermatol Res Pract 2010: 893080.
  3. Fife D (2011) Practical evaluation and management of atrophic acne scars. Tips for the general dermatologist. J Clin Aesthet Dermatol 4: 550-57.
  4. Leheta TM, Abdel Hay RM, Hegazy RA, El Garem YF (2012) Do combined alternating sessions of 1540 nm nonablative fractional laser and percutaneous collagen induction with trichloroacetic acid 20% show better results than each individual modality in the treatment of atrophic acne scars? A randomized controlled trial. J Dermatolog Treat epub ahead of print.
  5. Leheta TM, Abdel Hay RM, El Garem YF (2012) Deep peeling using phenol versus percutaneous collagen induction combined with trichloroacetic acid20 in atrophic post-acne scars: a randomized controlled trial. J Dermatology Treat epub ahead of print.
  6. Leheta T, El Tawdy A, Abdel Hay R, Farid S (2011) Percutaneous collagen induction versus full-concentration trichloroacetic acid in thetreatmentofatrophicacnescars. DermatolSurg37:207-216.
  7. Levy LL, Zeichner JA (2012) Management of acne scarring, Part II: A comparative review of non-laser based, minimally invasive approaches. Am J Clin Dermatol 13:331-340.
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