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Harness Your Skin’s Healing Powers with Microneedling in Boston, MA
When we’re young, wounds heal and blemishes fade practically overnight. But as we age, our skin loses its enthusiasm for healing and rejuvenation slows down. At Regeneris Medspa & Cosmetic Surgery, our microneedling treatment relies on your skin’s natural healing response to reduce or eliminate unwanted blemishes, fine lines, and wrinkles, while improving overall skin quality. Microneedling can also improve skin laxity and luster, leading to healthier, tighter, glowing skin.
How Microneedling Works
The skin’s remarkable healing abilities are most prominent in our younger years and tend to diminish as we age. Thankfully, with microneedling, your skin’s healing powers can be supercharged deliberately to give you a cosmetic edge over blemishes and wrinkles.
By using literal microneedles, Regeneris Medspa & Cosmetic Surgery can stimulate your skin’s production of two naturally occurring healing agents—elastin and collagen. These healing agents get to work repairing the “damage” they sense from the microneedles, healing old acne scars, sun damage, stretch marks, and so much more in the process.
The Benefits of Microneedling
Microneedling procedures have skyrocketed in popularity over the last few years. By addressing dozens of skin issues in one quick, simple, and comfortable process, microneedling provides incredible results with long lasting benefits. Better still, procedures only require 30 minutes to an hour with results lasting 3-5 months!
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Are You Eligible for Microneedling?
Microneedling procedures are widely considered safe for multiple areas of the body and nearly all skin types. If you’re a healthy adult with undesired skin blemishes, sun damage, or deep, prominent wrinkles, microneedling may be perfect for you. During your consultation at Regeneris Medspa & Cosmetic Surgery, we’ll speak with you about your individual candidacy and may even suggest a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment to enhance your microneedling results even further.
For most, microneedling is a comfortable procedure without noticeable discomfort. Despite the “damage” caused by the microneedling procedure, the treatment is generally safe, comfortable, and easygoing. There’s a distinct difference between what we think of as being “uncomfortable” and what the skin registers as “damage.” Ultimately, your skin is more sensitive to microscopic damage than you may be.
Because microneedling relies on stimulating a natural response, results can persist for several months to nearly half a year after the procedure. The uptick in collagen and elastin production can even prevent the intensity and frequency of further acne or rosacea outbreaks, and some blemishes and acne scars will permanently close or vanish. This doesn’t mean, however, that further damage is prevented. A proper skincare routine will be necessary for ensuring the longest lasting results.
Microneedling not only heals old scars caused by whiteheads and blackheads—the treatment also allows new blemishes and flare-ups to heal faster. By encouraging a greater production of elastin and collagen, outbreaks may be less frequent, briefer in duration, less painful, and less likely to create recurring scars. Overall, microneedling can heal, prevent, and hasten acne outbreaks for months after your last appointment.
Schedule Your Microneedling Appointment
At Regeneris Medspa & Cosmetic Surgery, we have one mission: to help you feel and look like the best version of yourself. Our regenerative medicine technology, cosmetic laser treatments, body sculpting procedures, and hair restoration methods can help you achieve your optimal health and aesthetic goals for a fuller, more confident life.
During your visit, your personal consultant will ask about your desired results and goals. We’ll recommend a course of treatment to meet your individual needs. At Regeneris Medspa & Cosmetic Surgery, we’ll suggest a course of treatment to achieve the greatest results with only the most appropriate procedures.
You can learn more about the science behind microneedling and additional benefits here.