Collagen Induction Treatment
Microneedling is an amazing treatment option that can help with many different skin issues. The human body is designed to heal itself, it’s one of the things it does best. Regeneris Boston has formulated the perfect treatment to activate your body’s healing properties and target them to go where you need them most. This treatment involves microneedling paired with our incredible stem cell serum or platelet rich plasma (PRP).
Microneedling uses a device consisting of small needles that cause micro-trauma to the upper layers of skin. The skin is thoroughly numbed with a topical agent before the treatment begins. Micro-trauma activates the body’s natural healing process. This causes the body to create new collagen and elastin to heal the microneedled skin. Once healed, you essentially have a new layer of skin brimming with activated collagen and elastin. Those two components make skin more supple, brighter, and clearer.
Microneedling Paired with Stem Cells or PRP
The microneedling is just one part of our treatment process. The second involves our advanced regenerative technology. During the microneedling process our team of aesthetic professionals can add our incredible stem cell serum or your own PRP to enhance the regeneration of the patient’s skin. Our stem cell serum is applied to the microneedled skin. Those stem cells work with the healing factors in your body to help regenerate your cells. It boosts the production of collagen and the healing capabilities of your cells. This can lead to better overall results. Platelet Rich Plasma is a concentrated substance derived from the patient’s own blood, that contains 5 to 10 times the amount of powerful growth factors as regular plasma. Once your blood is drawn and the PRP is harvested, that PRP is injected into problem areas. This is perfect for patients who want a natural remedy for their fine lines and wrinkles. Or have areas that need an extra boost of collagen. Once the PRP is injected the skin is microneedled.
What can Microneedling be used for?
Now that the basics of how this amazing treatment option works are covered, let’s discuss what problems microneedling can be used for.
Acne is an extremely common issue in teens and adults. Traditional acne treatment options use harsh chemicals to dry out the skin. For some people those traditional option work fine, but it often does not solve the problem completely. For some people it can inflame acne even more or dry out the unaffected healthy skin creating a new problem of dull, dry, and irritated skin. Microneedling has been shown to improve acne significantly. Microneedling can get a lot deeper than just the surface level that topical options are limited to. After a microneedling treatment your skin will really have the chance to combat the acne and leave you with healthy and clear complexion.
Microneedling, especially when paired with our stem cell serum or PRP has been shown to reduce fine lines and winkles and promote collagen production. Collagen is the component in your skin that causes it to “bounce back” or feel and appear firm. As we age, collagen begins to slow down. Our treatment allows for advanced collagen production in the areas you need it most. This can lead to supple, firm skin that bounces back, filling in those fine lines and improving wrinkles.
Hyperpigmentation is usually caused by an overproduction of melanin in the skin. This causes darker spots on the face. Some people are born with this condition and others develop it due to sun exposure or during pregnancy. Microneedling is a great, cost effective option to help diminish dark areas on the skin. If the hyperpigmentation is on the epidermis of the skin, microneedling can help remove the upper layers of skin in that area. Then the body’s natural healing process can take over and replace the epidermis with new healthy cells.
SCARS & STRETCH MARKS
Throughout our lives our skin experiences trauma that leaves scars. Whether it’s from acne or an incident, microneedling can help reduce the appearance of scars. By creating micro-trauma in the scarred area, the skin can shed damaged tissue and replace it with new healthy skin cells. Overtime this process will minimize the appearance of scars. Stretch marks are also something that most people experience throughout their lives. As we grow our skin stretches. However, sometimes stretch marks can be embarrassing and reside on inconvenient areas. Microneedling can help diminish stretch marks by boosting collagen and renewing the skin.
Even if you do not suffer from any of the issues above, you can still benefit from microneedling if you are looking for brighter and refreshed looking skin. It is an inexpensive, non-invasive treatment with no downtime. Microneedling is a perfect way to refresh skin so you look and feel your best.