Consolidating medical intervention with the body’s natural ability to heal itself is a school of thought that many skincare experts subscribe to. Skin needling (also known as micro-needling) is perhaps the most notable breakthrough in dermatology that offers just that. But should you try it?
How does Skin Needling work?
As the name implies, skin needling uses fine needles to create small microchannels in the skin that set off the body’s natural healing ability on a minute level and causes the body to generate more collagen. The latter is necessary because it strengthens the skin’s connective tissue and structural matrix to smooth texture, boosts flexibility and reduces fine lines. These aspects stimulate brand-new collagen and elastin growth in the surrounding skin which, when started, can continue for approximately 12 months or more.
What makes skin needling different?
Micro-needling makes a terrific addition to your anti-aging toolbox and requires minimal downtime. …