FAQs: Choosing the best microneedling treatment for your skin

Cosmetic Micro Needling and Nano Needling Infusion have their place in skin rejuvenation for almost everyone, they treat many of the same skin conditions.

Either modality will have a positive effect in reducing the appearance of fine lines, improving skin tone and texture, shrinking pore size, reducing pigmentation or helping to clear acne and acne scars.

When it comes to deeper acne scars and wrinkles, hair regrowth, stretch marks and pigmentation, the deeper micro channels associated with Collagen Induction Therapy would be the best choice.

With the goal to provide the best outcome for you all treatments can be used together to advance the results for many skin conditions. 

Nano Needling

  • Cosmetic facial
  • Reduces the appearance of fine lines
  • Improves overall skin tone and texture
  • Transdermal delivery system
  • Nano channels to increase effectiveness of serums ingredients into the epidermis (surface layer)
  • No numbing, no downtime and completely painless
  • Nano cartridges composed of microscopic pyramid shaped filaments 
  • Cartridge depth 0.15mm
  • Treatment as often as weekly

Cosmetic Micro Needling

  • Cosmetic facial
  • Creates micro injuries through the epidermis and into the upper dermis (skin layers)
  • stimulates the wound healing response
  • Stimulate collagen production
  • Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Improves overall skin tone and texture
  • Needle depth from 0.20 to 0.40mm
  • Needle cartridges, 12/16/36/42
  • No numbing or downtime, virtually painless 
  • Treatment once every one to two weeks

Collagen Induction Therapy 

  • Create micro-injuries for wound healing response
  • Stimulates the deeper dermis (skins deeper layers)
  • Induces collagen and remodelling
  • Target deeper acne scars, stretch marks, fibrous scars, and hair regrowth
  • Needle depth from 0.50 to 1.00mm or up to 2.5mm for targeted areas
  • Needle cartridges, 11/12/16
  • Numbing cream required
  • 12-24 hour downtime
  • Treatment once every 4-6 weeks