If you’ve ever wanted smoother, more even skin, it’s time to ask the team at Allied Medical Aesthetics about microneedling. With this minimally invasive treatment — which can also be paired with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) or peptides — they transform skin using your body’s natural regeneration processes. To learn more about what microneedling can do for your skin, call the office in Westminster, Colorado, or book your visit online today.
Microneedling is an aesthetic treatment that harnesses your body’s natural healing and regeneration processes to beautify your skin. During treatment, your Allied Medical Aesthetics professional moves a device over your skin. This device pricks your skin with a number of extremely small needles.
Microneedling is also called collagen induction therapy because these pinpricks start your body’s natural collagen production. The body reads those pinpricks as injuries and starts its repair processes. In the case of your skin, that means creating collagen, the protein that keeps your skin smooth, supple, and even.
As time passes, your body produces less and less collagen. As a result, anyone can benefit from microneedling and the increase in collagen it creates.
By triggering the production of collagen, microneedling helps to reduce the appearance of:
Allied Medical Aesthetics offers different levels of microneedling depending on what’s right for your skin. Deeper microneedling, for example, can help to break up scar tissue. And to make your treatment as effective as possible, they can also combine microneedling with other treatments.
Microneedling doesn’t just stimulate collagen production. It also creates tiny channels in your skin, allowing anything applied to the surface of your skin after microneedling to penetrate deeply. Allied Medical Aesthetics offers microneedling with PRP or peptides to take advantage of this opportunity and help your skin look its absolute best after treatment.
Peptides — strings of amino acids — are the foundation your body uses to build proteins, including collagen. Introducing peptides into your skin after microneedling supports the collagen production process, improving your results.
PRP is derived from a very small sample of your blood. Your Allied Medical Aesthetics provider separates out the platelets, which are rich in growth factors that stimulate growth and repair in your cells. Applying PRP uses your body’s own platelets to support the production of new, healthy, unblemished skin and a strong collagen network.
Are you interested in learning how microneedling can improve your skin? Don’t hesitate to call Allied Medical Aesthetics or schedule your appointment online today.
Individual results may vary.