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How it works

Microneedling works by gliding the device over the skin’s surface and using tiny needles to create small perforations or ‘micro-channels’ in the skin. These are essentially tiny wounds, which stimulate your body’s natural healing response and encourages your skin to make new, collagen-rich tissue.

These micro-channels also allow the active ingredients in your skincare products to penetrate deeper into your skin, delivering even more powerful results.

Optimise your results

For best results, we recommend an initial course of three treatments every 2-6 weeks to continue building your collagen and elastin.

Recommended add-ons:​

-  V8 Peptide Complex Mask

-  ADD LED Light Therapy

microneedling

Microneedling  is your go-to treatment for boosting collagen and elastin growth.

This powerhouse treatment can help you tackle scarring, stretchmarks, acne, black heads, open pores, fine lines, hyperpigmentation and more.

Fast, effective and non-surgical, microneedling can help you unlock radiant skin!

Led Light TTherapy

Pre + Post Treatment Care

During Treatment

During the treatment, you will feel slight pressure and a prickling sensation as the device moves across the treatment area. Treatment is fast, so any discomfort is short-lived and tolerable. Warmth and slight tingling are normal.

 ***Microneedling healing stages: What to expect***

After you have a microneedling procedure, some side effects are to be expected.

When you leave your appointment, your skin may be flushed or bright red, as if you have spent the entire day out in the sun and have a mild to moderate sunburn.

The redness that you experience from microneedling will mostly fade within 48 hoursTrusted Source. Other symptoms, such as peeling and breakouts, might take slightly longer to resolve.

Most of the visible recovery from microneedling happens in the first day or two after treatment, but healing will still be happening under the surface of your skin for up to 2 monthsTrusted Source afterward.

Even with careful aftercare, there isn’t much you can do to get rid of the redness immediately after microneedling.

Swelling is typical up to 48 hours after the procedure. Flaking or peeling after microneedling is also relatively common.

Other side effects, like bumps, breakouts, and dry skin, are also common after microneedling — but not everyone will experience them.

Taking care of your skin with moisturizer and gentle cleansers can minimize side effects.

Luckily, the expected post-microneedling downtime is relatively short compared with some other cosmetic procedures.

AFTERCARE

Sun protection

As a general rule, you should reach for sunscreen constantly for the first 2 weeks after microneedling. Make sure to apply sunscreen whenever you go outside in the days following your treatment.

Don’t spend prolonged time out in the sun for the first week after your microneedling procedure, as you’ll be more prone to sun damage than usual.

Avoid infection

Use any topical antibiotic cream that your doctor prescribes to avoid infection.

Wash your hands before you touch your face.

Don’t put on makeup, especially with a makeup brush that has been used before, in the 24 hours following microneedling.

To protect your skin, you’ll also need to avoid swimming pools, saunas, and situations where you might sweat heavily, including intense workouts at the gym.

After 72 hours have passed, you may be able to resume these activities.

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