Skin Resurfacing and Skin Needling – Anti-Ageing Treatments

Skin resurfacing, also known as skin needling, is a skin-stimulating cosmetic technique. It aids the skin’s natural regeneration, resulting in cleaner, brighter, healthier, and younger-looking skin. You may find more information at AustinMD Aesthetics & Wellness-Micro Needling.

There are a variety of reasons why people opt for Skin Resurfacing:

Fine lines and wrinkles on the face and décolletage can be reduced.

Stretch marks are less noticeable when they are softened.

Rejuvenating sun-damaged and aged skin

Getting rid of hyperpigmentation marks

Pores tightening, which become larger as we age

Hands that are rejuvenated and signs of ageing are reduced

Acne wounds, chicken pox scars, and rosacea scars are all improving.

There is no downtime for this procedure, and healing times are quicker than with chemical peels.

It encourages the skin to heal itself naturally.

It’s good for all skin tones and forms (though it’s not for active acne, eczema, psoriasis, raised moles, or warts).

There is very little downtime (two to five days)

The skin must be prepared for six weeks prior to the operation with specially formulated skin care items, and they must also be used daily afterward to ensure the best possible outcome and a quick recovery. The medical needling device is a sterile roller that the doctor rolls over the skin, creating numerous micro-punctures in the skin’s lower layers, which stimulate the body’s own collagen production. Collagen synthesis rises by 400% according to clinical reports. The procedure tightens the skin, reduces lines and wrinkles, and softens and reduces scars.

Before the operation, a topical anaesthetic cream is applied to the skin to numb the area. Thousands of micro-medical needle-columns are inserted into the skin by the roller unit. Each column can enter the skin’s dermis and then quickly close, allowing the skin to heal quickly, normally the same day. After the procedure, the body will begin to naturally regenerate and rebuild the skin below the surface in the dermis.