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Woman receiving microneedling treatment
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A woman pointing to a scar on her abdomen

Microneedling works by encouraging your skin to make more collagen and elastin. The idea is that pinpricks from the procedure cause slight injury to the skin and then the skin's repair response activates producing new healthy skin cells thus making new collagen-rich tissue. The small channels made are also perfect for allowing products to reach deeper levels of tissue thereby producing even greater results, before, during and after the procedure.


Face Or Body Protocol Skin Rejuvenation

1 Treatment
Face $225 - Body$250

 Single Spot Treatment


For all Microneedling treatments a consultation is first required.

Microneedling Q & A

What is microneedling?

During a microneedling session, a microneedling device will     poke dozens of tiny holes in the surface of your skin.  These controlled wounds are invisible to the eye, but trigger your body to produce more collagen and elastin – natural compounds essential to healthy skin structure and texture.

The micro-holes also serve as channels for deeper delivery of topical products, such as moisturizers, anti-aging serums, and lightening agents.

What skin concerns can microneedling address?

Microneedling improves the overall appearance of your skin. Specifically, the procedure can:

  • Reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles

  • Enhance the effectiveness of topical treatments

  • Soften the appearance of acne and other scars 

Evaluation of your skin and your aesthetic goals to determine if microneedling is right for you will be done during your initial consultation.

Does microneedling hurt?

Microneedling isn’t a heat treatment like a laser. While the movement of the MicroPen gliding across your skin can cause slight discomfort, a topical anesthetic eases sensation.

What kind of downtime is required after a microneedling session?

The procedure requires very little downtime. You may have some redness and mild swelling following your session, but this lasts for 24 hours or less. Unlike invasive surgical procedures, you have no incisions, significant blood loss, or long healing time.

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