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All About


Smoother Brighter Complexion

  • Minimally invasive treatment that stimulates collagen

  • Punctures epidermis and may go to dermis layer (.5mm to 2mm)

  • Safe to perform on ALL skin types not suitable for excema, or active acneic skin

  • 2-3 day Recovery period

  • 3-4 sessions for best results- Sessions every 4-6 weeks


What is Microneedling?

Microneedling is a minimally invasive procedure for your skin. Thin needles are used to make tiny holes in the top layer of your skin. The damage helps stimulate your skin’s healing process, so it produces more collagen and elastin. These proteins keep your skin firm and smooth.

Helps Treat

Acne scars -  Fine lines  - Wrinkles - Dull skin

Hyperpigmentation - Uneven skin tone - Cellulite - Hairloss

We use numbing cream to numb the face before the treatment begins.


The most common sensation during the procedure is a warm, scratching feeling as the tool is moved around the face. You may also notice some pain on the “bonier” areas of your face, such as your hairline, forehead, and jawline.

The application of the topical anesthetic makes this procedure relatively pain-free.

The most common side effects of microneedling are mild and include redness, bruising, swelling, and inflammation. The side effects usually go away after two or three days, but may persist for up to two weeks.

To minimize pain before your procedure:

  • Avoid using any products on your skin that increase sensitivity, such as retinoids or exfoliants.

  • Avoid laser procedures or overexposure to the sun before treatment. This can damage the skin and increase sensitivity.

  • Don’t shave, wax, or use depilatories before the procedure. This can lead to an increase in skin sensitivity.

  • One week following treatment:  improved skin tone, a reduction in acne visibility, and improved skin texture. For some patients, noticing results may take a bit longer, so do not worry if this is the case for you!

  • Four to six weeks following treatment: This is the time when our patients tend to notice the effects in full.  We recommend minimizing exposure to the sun and following a healthy skincare regimen at least two weeks leading up to your appointment. This includes cleansing and moisturizing twice daily as well as applying a strong sunscreen. 

  • After 4-6 weeks come back for the next session:   Maximum results will be seen in as little as three to five treatments, and smoother skin will be revealed.

Microneedling VS.

Learn more about alternative Nanoneedling treatments


What is the difference between micro-needling and nano-needling?

Both nano-needling & micro-needling address the same skincare concerns. Both techniques use a needling pen to create micro-channels in the skin and help your skin.


The main difference between the two is the depth that the needles are able to penetrate into the skin.


Nano-needling only punctures the first layer of the skin (epidermis) while micro-needling penetrates as deep as the dermis layer. By creating these micro-channels in the skin, it increases product absorption by 97% and encourages your body to rejuvenate itself.


 If you are concerned about

fine lines & wrinkles - swelling - dark pigmentation- sagging skin


If your skin care concerns include deep wrinkles- hypo-pigmentation, stretch marks - deep acne scars

What is Nanoneedling?

Nano needling is a non-invasive skin treatment delivery system designed to rejuvenate your skin and treat common issues like lack of tone, uneven texture, acne, excessive pigmentation, scarring, and loss of elasticity.


There is no pain, inflammation, bleeding, or discomfort.

There is no risk of post-traumatic hyperpigmentation, nor is there any big recovery time.


Benefits of Nanoneedling

  • enhances product absorption

  • gently exfoliates

  • increases hydration

  • triggers the natural regenerative processes of the skin

  • increases circulation

  • softens lines and wrinkles

  • evens skin tone

  • improves skin texture

  • improves appearance of acne scarring

  • boosts collagen production

  • stimulates elastin production



Contraindications and precautions include:

  • keloid or raised scarring; allergies; 

  • history of eczema, psoriasis, and other chronic conditions

  • history of actinic (solar) keratosis

  • history of Herpes Simplex infections

  • history of diabetes

  •  presence of raised moles, warts, or any raised lesions on the targeted area (we will avoid raised moles during treatment).


Absolute contraindications include:

  • pregnancy

  •  scleroderma

  • collagen vascular diseases or cardiac abnormalities

  • Rosacea and blood clotting problems

  • active bacterial or fungal infection

  • immuno-suppression

  • scars less than 6 months old

  • facial fillers in the past 14 days.

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