Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Medical skin needling, also called Collagen Induction Therapy and Micro-needling, is a relatively new among minimally invasive skin treatment techniques. It is aimed at stimulating the body’s collagen production to improve the skin texture and reduce appearance of scarring and fine to moderate lines. It is used as an alternative to laser resurfacing and is said to be successful in hair restoration in cases of alopecia.

The procedure involves introduction of a series of fine surgical needles into the skin. Pain control is achieved by the application of a topical local anaesthetic . The needles are attached to a single-use sterile roller, which is gently rolled over the surface of the skin to create multiple microscopic columns. This procedure stimulates a wound healing response leading to new collagen formation.
Skin cells in a radius of 1-2 mm around the needles’ entry points, release growth signals to undifferentiated cells. These signals stimulate the proliferation of fibroblasts to transform into collagen and elastin fibres. Fibroblasts migrate to the point of intrusion closing the wound and integrating into the existing collagen formation in the upper dermis.
This new fibre formation thickens the skin filling former atrophic scars. The induced colla
gen forms a new layer. The endothelial cells are stimulated to proliferate. They sprout new capillaries thus creating better blood supply to the skin.

It can take up to 6 weeks to produce visible results of regeneration, however, the process will continue over the following months providing a gradual and longer-lasting improvement. A typical course of treatment will include a series of 3 – 5 sessions four weeks apart.

Medical skin needling is used to treat a variety of skin conditions including:
  • Acne scarring
  • Pigmentation problems
  • Ageing and sun damaged skin
  • Facial and décolleté lines and wrinkles
  • Stretch marks
  • Large pores
  • Alopecia
  • Hair treatment
  • Under eye treatment
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