Everything You Need to Know About Microneedling

If you’re looking for a quick, non-invasive treatment to reverse skin damage and general signs of aging, you need not look any further than microneedling! This FDA-approved aesthetic treatment can help fade imperfections to give your skin a smooth, bright, and even appearance. 

How Does Microneedling Work?

Microneedling involves gently pressing a fine, sterilized microneedling pin to the skin and will help stimulate your body’s natural healing process. The pin is brushed across the entire treatment area, creating controlled micro-injuries to the skin’s surface. Following the treatment, we’ll then apply a hyaluronic and vitamin C serum to the skin. If you are concerned about any pain, please be rest assured that a numbing cream is applied to the skin before the treatment begins and will prevent any discomfort.  Continue reading “Everything You Need to Know About Microneedling”

The Difference Between Nano Infusion and Microneedling

Nano infusion and microneedling are both non-surgical aesthetic treatments that can significantly improve the appearance of your skin. Both of these treatments involve pricking the skin to stimulate its natural healing process. 

While nano infusion and microneedling have a few similarities, each is a distinct aesthetic treatment with unique benefits. Here, we’ll discuss how they differ so that you can select the best cosmetic solutions for your needs!

What is Nano Infusion?

Nano infusion is a gentle treatment during which a special device with sterilized, single-use pins swings lightly up and down to form very small channels in the skin. These channels allow for more effective absorption of serums and other skincare products. Plus, the nano infusion process boosts circulation, skin cell turnover, and collagen production. All of these benefits enhance the skin’s ability to heal itself to improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and other common skin concerns.  Continue reading “The Difference Between Nano Infusion and Microneedling”