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Micro needling with Hyaluronic Acid


Microneedling with Hyaluronic Acid: A Result Skin Booster!


Microneedling with Hyaluronic Acid is a revolutionary skin treatment that combines two highly effective anti-aging techniques. Both microneedling and hyaluronic acid have been proven to reduce wrinkles, pores, and acne scars. Microneedling stimulates the production of fresh collagen and elastin fibers while hyaluronic acid fills in sunken areas of the skin. The end result is a noticeably more youthful appearance.

Reducing visible signs of aging isn’t just about what you put on your skin; it’s about what you put IN your skin as well. It is also recommended that you look after your skin from the inside out by adopting a healthy lifestyle rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. However, there are times when everything we do doesn’t seem to be enough, or there are specific areas that don’t respond to our usual treatments. That is where microneedling with hyaluronic acid comes in handy!


Here we explain both microneedling and hyaluronic acid, how they work together to reduce the signs of aging, and how you can achieve these benefits at home.




What is Microneedling?

Microneedling is a type of skin resurfacing that uses tiny needles to create micro-injuries in the skin. The needles create channels that are capable of inducing collagen production while also increasing blood flow.

Microneedling has been shown to induce three times more collagen than a regular non-ablative laser treatment while also increasing the amount of blood flow to the skin by two times. Combine this with the fact that this treatment works effectively on all skin types, and you have a serious contender for combating wrinkles and acne scars.


The Importance of Microneedling Serums

Microneedling serums are used before or after the microneedling procedure. To achieve effective results, we recommend the use of serums. At home microneedling only punctures the epidermis of the skin, thus it won’t have the collagen-induction effect. However, it enhances the penetration of skincare products deep into the skin, and here is when the serums play their role. You will need microneedling serums to provide tender care to your skin after a rigorous session. These serums help in the healing process of the skin and promote skin rejuvenation.




What is Hyaluronic Acid?


Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance that is produced by our body. Hyaluronic acid is found in many different parts of the body, including the skin, joints, and eyes. The trouble is that hyaluronic acid breaks down over time, leading to the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.


Hyaluronic acid can absorb water, just like a sponge, this effect improves the volume and hydration of the treated skin.

In addition to this, hyaluronic acid is also known for reducing the appearance of acne scars, fine lines, and wrinkles. The best part is that hyaluronic acid is particularly effective when applied with microneedling. This is because microneedling helps to re-inject hyaluronic acid into the skin while also improving blood flow to the skin.


Why is Microneedling with Hyaluronic Acid Important?

Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance that is produced by the body. As we get older, our bodies produce less and less hyaluronic acid, leaving us with skin that is less elastic and hydrated. Microneedling with hyaluronic acid helps the skin to absorb more hyaluronic acid than if it were used on its own, multiplying the benefits to keep the skin hydrated and retain its elasticity. The best part is that microneedling with hyaluronic acid is an entirely painless, non-invasive procedure that works on all skin types.


Microneedling with hyaluronic acid is great for:

  • anti-aging treatment to fight against lines and wrinkles

  • hydration

  • acne scars

  • other scars

  • oily skin and large pores.

Hyaluronic acid is capable of filling in scars, indentations, and large pores, effectively evening out the skin and making it appear smoother and more even.


When Should I Use Hyaluronic Acid?


To maximize the effectiveness of microneedling, you’ll want to purchase a hyaluronic acid serum. The best time to apply serums is right after microneedling, however, you might find that using a hyaluronic serum in the morning after you wash your face, before you apply your makeup, will help maximize your results.


You can apply hyaluronic acid serums to your face with your fingers or a water-based makeup brush before you head out for the day. In addition to this, you can also use hyaluronic acid serums as a spot treatment for acne or to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.


Before you apply your hyaluronic acid serum, make sure that your face is clean and free of makeup. You can also use a toner to remove any excess dirt or oil.

You will achieve better results with consistent treatment over time, some people might observe significant change after the first few sessions while others might take time. Results will vary depending upon the skin condition you are treating and your unique skin type.


Is there any risk?

Microneedling with hyaluronic acid is a completely safe procedure (as long as it is done correctly) that can be performed in your dermatologist’s office or from the comfort of your own home. There is minor swelling, redness, and maybe a little bit of pain associated with microneedling, but these symptoms are typically very mild. Most people do not need to change their normal activities, even directly after their micro-needling treatment.


Final words:

Hyaluronic acid not only hydrates the skin, fights the signs of aging, and reduces the appearance of scars, but it also speeds up the healing process after microneedling. To achieve the best results always pair up microneedling with hyaluronic acid or another of the recommended serums.


We do use Fill up for wrinkle plumping, AKN-ID for acne prone or oily skin and Firming serums to address various concerns you may have.

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