Try Micro needling for acne scars!!

June 26, 2017   428

Have you tried almost everything possible to treat stubborn acne scars but nothing has worked until now? Well, micro needling is one technique that has been around for a little while to help you remove acne scars. It is also known as collagen induction therapy, in which dermatologists use dermarollers or micro needling devices to treat your skin.Try Micro needling for acne scars!!

The skin-needling device is covered with tiny, shallow needles to essentially poke holes in the skin surface. These holes are actually therapeutic, as they cause a ‘micro injury’ that prompts skin to stimulate collagen production for filling in fine lines, plumping the skin and contributing to a younger look.

The device has a collagen like structure so that it has minimal tissue damage. Although, it sounds terrifying but it’s not bad at all. In fact, the mechanism uses radio frequency to penetrate dermis for creating the growth of elastin and collagen. It really uses the body’s own natural healing process to treat your skin. 

What is Dermaroller acne treatment?

Dermaroller acne treatment helps collagen and elastin development by enhancing the blood supply to the specific areas. This gadget is created on the standards of neo-collagenesis and neo-angiogenesis, both improves the skin. In Dr. Numb clinic, dermaroller for acne treatment is typically done under neighborhood anesthesia. The process uses needles measuring 0.5 to 1.5 mm largely depending on a patient’s skin type and requirement.

This treatment can even be easily done at home. Many ladies use it to get rid of their acne scars, wrinkles, stretch marks, skin pigmentation and so on.

How to use the Dermaroller?

  1. Steam the face to open skin pores and then apply a toner if necessary.
  2. Stretch the skin in order to make it tight. This helps the Dermaroller take a shot at all pores.
  3. After use, apply the prescribed pharmaceutical. This will make the skin more responsive to the drug.
  4. Use the Dermaroller no less than 2 times every week for 10-15 minutes each.
  5. Use recommended serums or creams, as well as, every day sunscreen to prevent the skin from sun damage during the treatment.

What to expect during micro needling? 

During the treatment, an anesthetic cream is applied to the patient’s skin to keep them comfortable during the procedure. The dermatologist may even apply a light layer of water to lubricate the skin.

This way the dermaroller can smoothly glide on your skin. Further, the dermatologist starts rolling microneedling device over the patient’s skin, creating tiny holes in the surface. The process typically takes less than 30 minutes, and afterwards, your skin can be somewhat red, similar to a sunburn.

It takes only a couple of days for skin to look normal, but results gradually become apparent. Natural collagen growth happens over weeks and months. You’ll need more than one treatment, depending on the skin areas treated and what you’re trying to achieve. The results will surely be long-term.



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