Know How Microneedling Can Improve your skin

You may get it hard to know that purposely damaging your skin can reverse the signs of aging. However, that’s the best way that microneedling functions. This improves your skin tone, then removes those acne scars, those unwelcome but constant reminders of a tough time in your life. 

At Holladay Dermatology & Aesthetics, we provide a lot of aesthetic treatments to increase the look and health of your skin. When using your body’s natural healing potential, micro needling can fix many widespread skin concerns. Read on below; we want to share various benefits of this less invasive beauty treatment and also get how much does microneedling cost? 

1. Stimulates collagen production

Microneedling is commonly known as collagen induction therapy. Collagen is a natural protein that makes your skin firm and resilient. Production of this youth-promoting protein decreases as you become, resulting in the development of the lines with wrinkles.

The tool that is used for your microneedling makes micro-tears in the surface layer of your skin. These tiny tears lead to the self-healing mechanism in the skin that includes an increase in collagen production.

2. Smooths out lines and wrinkles

Through upping the release of collagen, microneedling restores your skin’s strength and elasticity. This increases firmness to smooth out those fine lines with wrinkles to make them less visible.

Microneedling also uses very little time, usually an hour or less. And you have to make sure you’re as comfortable as possible, and we use a numbing agent to your skin before the treatment begins. 

You may experience other redness following your session. However, there’s no need for downtime — you may resume your usual activities afterwards. However, we recommend you be diligent about the use of sunblock to protect your skin as it heals and rejuvenates.

3. Improves skin tone

The sun isn’t good for your own skin. In addition to increasing the breakdown of collagen, the excess sun may cause areas of hyperpigmentation on your face and hands. Or what the thing that refers to as sunspots. The microneedling assist to break up your hyperpigmented skin, and at the same time, increasing cell turnover to enable you with a more even complexion. 

4. Treats scars

Your acne may be gone through the scars that remain behind may have a long-lasting effect on your self-esteem with self-confidence. But, microneedling can be the solution you’ve long sought. Through stimulating your skin’s repair method, microneedling makes your skin in your recessed acne scars, then increases the texture and appearance of your skin.

In addition to acne scars, microneedling also effectively treats scars brought by trauma and surgery. We can even use the tool to assist you to eliminate your stretch marks. 

5. Assists delivery of platelet-rich plasma (PRP)

Platelet-rich plasma is a way of regenerative medicine with a high concentration of the healing properties found in your blood, including platelets, growth factors, and specialized proteins. According to the aesthetic goals, you should add PRP to your micro needling treatment to increase repair. 

We make the PRP to be used for your treatment from a sample of your own blood and use it to your skin before you start your microneedling.

 The small needle inserts the healing properties from the PRP into the surface part of the skin to normalize the beautification process.


Microneedling is the best dermatological multi-tasker, and today is even being used to decrease the appearance of stretch marks. Find out if you’re a candidate for microneedling and make your own choice.

If you’re in good health whole body, you’re probably best to go when it comes to microneedling, and the benefits will astound you.

Have the first step toward a more youthful you through scheduling a consultation, or book one online and get know how much does microneedling cost? 

When you experience more severe side effects, like changes in the color of your skin, an allergic reaction, infection, or even bleeding, visit the physician around you, and you will be helped. 


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