Should I invest in Microneedling? Will it make a big difference? (Photo)
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"Should I Invest In Microneedling?"
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Hello! Thank you for your question, and for sharing your photographs. In my opinion, microneedling does a really wonderful job for skin tone/quality and texture - including reducing the size of pores and scars. I use it on my own skin and have been very happy with it. What I tell my patients about microneedling is that
(1) it is going to work, but
(2) it is going to be gradual and very slow, and
(3) because the aging process is ongoing - it needs to be maintained.
You will see nothing for about a month, and then it will be 6-9 months before you see full results - so be patient! After you finish a course of 4-6 treatments, you will need 2-3 a year to maintain your results. I hope this helps, and good luck!
See Results With Microneedling
Microneedling is worth it and will make a difference in your skin. Microneedling is complete skin rejuvenation. Patients are never disappointed with their microneedling results, in fact they are anxious to come back because they are so happy with their treatment. Microneedling has minimal down time and addresses so many skin issues such as, minimizing pores, smoothing wrinkles and fine line, tightening the skin/ elastin , hyperpigmentation, increased collagen production, age spots, acne scars, the list goes on. I would say yes, listen to your dermatologists recommendation and at least do one treatment and see for yourself!
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