Will microneedling with Hyaluronic acid or Vitamin C help thicken the skin and "plumping it" / add volume?
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Microneedling is a great skin care service
Microneedling has many benefits for anti-aging, improving skin's tone and texture to reducing fine lines and pore size. We recommend a series of treatments a month apart, 3 to 6 depending on your skin needs. This service can be performed with HA or PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma).
Microneedling to induce collagen
I would recommend microneedling with PRP for best results. Microneedling will induce collagen production leaving your skin plumped. You will not get the same lift as a dermal filler but continue doing your microneedling 4-6 weeks apart to really build and strengthen the skin. Best, Dr Faraz
Alternative Options for Collagen--Microneedling/prp, lasers, radiofrequency, ultrasound, sculptra
I recommend adding prp to microneedling in order to improve it's benefits for rebuilding collagen. Other alternatives would be: Sculptra, lasers, radiofrequency devices and ultrasound would be very useful to help rebuild your naturally lost collagen and get lifting and better texture and tone. I recommend seeing a cosmetic dermatologist for a formal consultation. Best, Dr. Emer
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Thank you for your question. Yes, micro-needling when done in a series of 3-6 treatments every 4-6 weeks apart will, in a fair amount of time, help "plump" up your skin. Micro-needling does stimulate collagen to help produce more collagen that is lost over time. When adding products with hyaluronic acid or vitamin C should further increase or "plump" the skin. Another treatment you may have heard of is a non-surgical procedure called Ulthera which stimulates collagen in your deeper skin layers to lift or tighten your skin. The combination of both allows for amazing results! Best wishes!
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