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Microneedling is a cosmetic procedure that involves the use of a device containing tiny needles to create controlled micro-injuries on the skin. This process stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, promoting skin rejuvenation and improving its texture and appearance. 



During the procedure, a numbing cream may be applied to minimize discomfort. The microneedling device is glided across the targeted area, creating microscopic punctures in the skin.


Microneedling can address various skin concerns, including fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, uneven skin tone, enlarged pores, and stretch marks. It can be performed on the face, neck, hands, and other parts of the body.


Microneedling may not be suitable for individuals with active skin infections, open wounds, keloid scarring, a history of hypertrophic scarring, or certain skin conditions. Our staff will assess your suitability for the procedure.

Side Effects:

Common side effects include redness, mild swelling, and temporary sensitivity. These usually subside within a few days. In rare cases, there may be bruising, skin peeling, or infection. It's essential to follow post-treatment instructions to minimize risks.

What to Expect During Treatment:

Patients may experience a mild prickling or tingling sensation during the procedure, but it is generally well-tolerated. Numbing cream or local anesthesia can be used to manage any discomfort.

Duration and Recovery:

The duration of the procedure can vary depending on the treated area and the specific device used. Generally, a session lasts around 30 minutes to an hour. Recovery time typically involves a few days of redness and slight skin sensitivity, but you can resume regular activities shortly after treatment.

Typical Number of Sessions:

The number of sessions required varies depending on individual needs and the desired results. It's common to undergo a series of sessions, usually 3-5 spaced a few weeks apart, to achieve optimal outcomes.

Expected Treatment Results:

Microneedling stimulates collagen production, leading to improved skin texture, reduction in fine lines, scars, and discoloration. Results may vary, and it may take a few weeks to see noticeable improvements. Continued collagen synthesis can further enhance the results over time.

Post-Treatment Instructions:

After microneedling, it's important to keep the treated area clean and protected from excessive sun exposure. Avoid using harsh skincare products and follow the specific instructions provided by your practitioner.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a chemical peel?
    A chemical peel is a cosmetic procedure performed by a licensed professional to improve the appearance of the skin on the face, neck, or hands. It involves applying a chemical solution to the skin, which causes the outer layers to exfoliate, revealing smoother, healthier skin underneath.
  • How does a chemical peel work?
    The chemical solution used in a peel causes controlled damage to the skin's outer layers. This stimulates the skin to shed dead cells and prompts the body to produce new collagen and elastin, leading to a rejuvenated and more youthful appearance.
  • What skin concerns can be addressed with chemical peels?
    Chemical peels can help improve various skin concerns, such as fine lines and wrinkles, sun damage, acne scars, uneven skin tone, pigmentation issues, and mild to moderate acne.
  • Are there different types of chemical peels?
    Yes, chemical peels come in various types and strengths, including superficial, medium, and deep peels. The type of peel used depends on the specific skin concerns being addressed and the desired level of exfoliation.
  • How long does a chemical peel procedure take?
    The duration of a chemical peel procedure can vary depending on the type and depth of the peel being performed. Typically, superficial peels take about 30 minutes, while medium to deep peels may take up to an hour or more.
  • Is a chemical peel painful?
    Most patients experience a mild burning or stinging sensation during the procedure, which subsides relatively quickly. Deeper peels may cause more discomfort, but pain management techniques can be used to minimize any discomfort.
  • How long is the recovery period after a chemical peel?
    The recovery time can vary depending on the depth of the peel. Superficial peels may have little to no downtime, with some redness and peeling that usually resolves within a few days. Medium to deep peels may require a week or more of recovery time, during which the skin may be red, swollen, and peeling.
  • Are there any side effects or risks associated with chemical peels?
    Like any cosmetic procedure, chemical peels carry some risks, such as redness, swelling, irritation, and increased sensitivity to the sun. In rare cases, there might be complications like scarring or infection, especially with deeper peels.
  • How many sessions of chemical peels are needed to see results?
    The number of sessions required depends on the individual's skin condition and the type of peel used. Some people may achieve desired results with a single peel, while others might need a series of peels spaced several weeks apart for optimal results.
  • Can anyone get a chemical peel?
    While chemical peels are generally safe for most skin types, not everyone is a suitable candidate. People with certain skin conditions, such as eczema, dermatitis, or recent sunburns, may need to avoid chemical peels. It's essential to consult with a qualified professional to determine if a chemical peel is right for you.
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