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Microneedling is a method that some dermatologists use to treat different skin conditions. The technique involves using multiple tiny, sterile needles to puncture the skin and cause physical trauma.

Microneedling may help address many skin-related complaints, including:

5.skin pigmentation issues
6.stretch marks
8.loose skin, such as after weight loss or liposuction

How does microneedling work?

Microneedling increases the production of collagen and other healing factors by causing trauma to the skin.

Collagen is an essential protein that helps keep the skin looking youthful, with a firm, smooth, and stretchy texture.
Aging causes the decline of collagen in the skin, contributing to wrinkles and other signs of aging.

Home microneedling devices

Many home microneedling devices are available. While these are much less expensive than sessions with a dermatologist, there are some key differences between the approaches.
Devices for home use have shorter, more blunt needles than those designed for dermatologists and other medical professionals.
Home devices are not meant to penetrate the skin, which means that home treatments will not be as uncomfortable as professional versions.
This also means that a home treatment will have a limited response and results. However, even home devices will increase blood flow, which may temporarily brighten the skin.