Microneedling – Madison, CT
One of the keys to maintaining supple, youthful-looking skin is collagen, but the production of collagen slows with age. When collagen diminishes, the skin loses elasticity and wrinkles start to appear, among other changes.
Microneedling helps to jumpstart the production of collagen at the source and harness the body’s own skin-building properties. This quick, in-office treatment requires little downtime and produces smooth, plump skin. Microneedling is safe and effective against a variety of cosmetic concerns, including hyperpigmentation, uneven skin texture, acne scars, and more.
It’s never been easier to renew your complexion – discover the benefits of microneedling at Aria DermSpa, and attain smooth, radiant skin.
How Microneedling Works
During your microneedling treatment, a small device with tiny needles is gently passed over the skin to create controlled microinjuries. As these superficial injuries heal, new collagen growth is stimulated, which helps plump up the skin, fill in fine lines and wrinkles, and improve skin tone.
For optimal results, microneedling is often performed with PRP therapy (platelet rich plasma). With PRP therapy, blood is taken from the patient and is spun in a centrifuge to isolate the platelets. The resulting serum contains high concentrations of natural growth factors and other proteins that are essential for wound healing. When they are injected or applied topically, these growth factors quickly get to work and stimulate the production of collagen.
So how does microneedling help this process? The tiny injuries induced by microneedling create direct pathways for the platelet rich plasma to penetrate deeply into the skin. When performed together, these procedures allow for optimal rejuvenation.
Ideal Candidates for Microneedling
Microneedling is minimally invasive, making it a safe procedure for most healthy people. Men and women seeking microneedling in Madison usually want to address the following cosmetic concerns:
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Uneven skin texture
- Hyperpigmentation and discoloration
- Enlarged pores
- Acne scars
This procedure is most commonly performed on the face, neck, décolletage, and hands, and does not require a recovery period. If your cosmetic concerns require a more powerful technique, you may want to also consider a chemical peel or Fraxel laser treatment. The team at Aria DermSpa will help you explore the most effective procedures to treat your particular concerns, according to your goals and skin type.
Microneedling at Aria DermSpa
Aria DermSpa remains the top destination for state-of-the-art microneedling in Madison and was previously awarded “Best Aesthetic Practice” in the Northeast at the My Face My Body awards. Patients continue to choose Aria DermSpa as their preferred provider of high-end cosmetic dermatology care.
Under the leadership of board-certified dermatologist Dr. Lisa Donofrio, the expert team at Aria DermSpa is committed to providing a completely customized experience. During your consultation, your skin will be carefully analyzed, and you will receive personalized recommendations to attain your cosmetic goals. All procedures are performed in beautiful treatment rooms, allowing you to relax and unwind while undergoing your treatment of choice. You deserve to achieve your best look – choose Aria DermSpa and renew your complexion with a customized microneedling treatment.
Frequently Asked Questions
Most people see results within a few weeks. For optimal results, a series of 3-5 treatments is recommended.
Microneedling is minimally invasive, so it does not require a lengthy downtime. It’s typical for patients to experience redness after treatment, but this usually fades within a few hours. Temporary swelling and dryness may occur with more intense treatments, but these side effects also resolve quickly.
It usually takes around 30-60 minutes to perform a microneedling treatment, allowing you to get a refreshed look without taking much time from your busy day.
Yes. In most cases, microneedling can safely be performed on all skin tones. If you have questions about the effectiveness of this procedure for your particular concerns, we welcome you to schedule a consultation to learn more about your options.
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