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Why we love Microneedling

The microneedling device glides over the skin creating millions of fine, vertical fractional channels up to 104% faster than other microneedling pens. The micro-injuries trigger a natural process of repair, increasing the production of collagen and elastin and visibly improving a wide range of skin concerns.

Who is suitable for Microneedling

Microneedling is safe for all skin types and promotes care-free healing to address acne scars, fine lines, and wrinkles. It can also be used to decrease the appearance of stretch marks.

How does Microneedling work

The fantastic thing about our bodies is that they have natural processes that react to injury by producing new cells and extracellular materials (like elastin and collagen) to heal. The pen initiates this natural process with a finely-tuned microneedling pen by creating hundreds of temporary micro-sized openings in your skin. These small openings are created with the pen's disposable needle cartridge, which achieves results without thermal energy or chemicals applied to the skin.


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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Arrive to your appointment makeup free.

  • Avoid any hair removal methods for 14 days before the treatment.

  • Avoid unprotected sun exposure.

  • Avoid harsh exfoliants and active skincare for 7 days before the treatment.

  • If you have a history of cold sores, consider preventive treatment with Valtrex or a similar medication before the treatment.

  • Stop using Retinoids and Hydroquinone for 3 to 5 days before treatment.

  • Wait at least 14 days after any neuromodulators or fillers injections.

Day 1-3:

  • Normal sunburn-like effect on skin.
  • Skin may feel tight, dry, or sensitive.
  • Wash gently with cool water and gentle cleanser, pat dry.
  • Apply sunscreen daily.
  • Redness and slight bruising may occur, along with temporary swelling.


Day 2-7:

  • Peeling may start 3-5 days after treatment.
  • Skin dryness and flaking due to increased skin cell turnover.
  • Do not pick, scratch, or scrub treated skin.


Day 5-7:

  • Regular skin care products can be used once skin is no longer irritated.
  • Wash with a mild soap and moisturize with an unscented moisturizer morning and night for 3 days.

  • Wear sunscreen and avoid direct sun exposure for 14 days after treatment.

  • Avoid UV exposure, intense exercise, hot showers/baths, tanning products, swimming, tattooing, excessive touching, and harsh exfoliants for 2 days.

  • Avoid retinoids, hydroquinone products, bleaching agents, and alcohol for 7 days.

  • Avoid makeup for 48 hours, or use only mineral makeup.

  • Expect mild itching, hives, swelling, flaking, or redness during the healing process.

  • Do not pick, squeeze, or agitate the skin during recovery.

Pain is an individualized experience. Our skin experts work with you to ensure your treatment is as comfortable as possible. Topical numbing cream is an available option.

Typically 3-6 treatments, spaced one month apart are required to make a long lasting impact on your skin.

Side effects are similar to a mild sunburn, such as redness, tenderness, and some swelling.