If you have skin problems such as a scar, stretch marks or those dreaded wrinkles, then there is a reason to believe that you will find Dermapen skin needling treatment and other micro needling products incredibly helpful. How is this so?
What is skin needling?
Now if you are reading this, then you have probably only heard about skin needling pens in Australia and its’ benefits. It may be unclear to you how these products serve to renew your skin.
Skin needling is an ancient skin needling tool which carefully punctures the top layer of your skin, it does not injure, and you will not bleed. It consists of about 190 micro-needles which are approximately 1 millimetre long. You can get various sized needles depending on your skin texture or what the intent of the device is.
Let us say, if you want to get rid of acne scars then you may need a slightly longer needle, so this will permeate into the scar tissue. You have to get rid of the leading layer of your skin; this is called the epidermis. The top layer automatically ‘invigorates’ itself anyhow approximately every 1 Month or so.
You have undoubtedly heard the expression ‘shedding your skin’, well this is what this suggests. Your old, dead skin cells drop off and are changed by brand-new skin cells. However, if you have scars, wrinkles of stretch marks then this location makes it harder to revitalise. Fortunately is that you can assist your scarred or wrinkled skin to revive a bit quicker and more in-depth.
What Does Skin Needling Do?
As we have just learned how skin needling gently pricks your skin. What this initiates is a process where more collagen is produced. The latter occurs because you have fundamentally ‘harmed’ the cells on your skin, so your collagen pertains to the rescue to ‘replicate’ brand-new skin cells to replace the damaged ones.
So if you do this three/four times a week, which essentially means you are renewing your skin (to a particular area) numerous times a week, then your damaged surface will be replaced with new healthy skin free from wrinkles, scar and stretch marks. How awesome is that?