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This treatment uses oscillating micro-needles that create micro-injuries to the skin to encourage the body's ability to repair the skin. Microneedling gently glides over your skin to stimulate the production of collagen and elastin which helps plump, smooth, and tighten your skin. This highly effective traetment is ideal for many skin concerns such as uneven skin tone and complexion, fine lines and wrinkles, surgical, acne, and trauma scars. The wound healing response created, causes collagen to remodel and dramtically improve the appearance of the skin. 

45 minutes | $350+

Real Results.

Microneedling Results
Acne Scars after Microneedling
Wrinkles after Microneedling

Our Microneedling Treatment is one of our MOST POPULAR services at All for YOU.

Customize your Microneedling Treatment:

Add PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) or Dysport/Botox during your service.

They are applied to the skin's surface and allowed to penetrate the holes created by microneedling.

Let's Talk Benefits:

  1. Collagen Boost: Microneedling stimulates collagen production, promoting skin elasticity and firmness. This natural process helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

  2. Improved Texture and Tone: The micro-injuries created during the procedure contribute to a smoother skin texture and a more even skin tone. Microneedling is effective in addressing issues such as acne scars and enlarged pores.

  3. Enhanced Product Absorption: The micro-channels formed during microneedling enhance the absorption of skincare products, allowing for better penetration of serums and other beneficial ingredients.

  4. Reduced Hyperpigmentation: Microneedling can help minimize hyperpigmentation, sunspots, and melasma, resulting in a more balanced and radiant complexion.

  5. Minimally Invasive and Low Downtime: Compared to more invasive procedures, microneedling is minimally invasive with minimal downtime. Redness and mild swelling may occur, but these effects typically subside within a few days.

  • "Is dermaplaning suitable for all skin types?"
    Yes, dermaplaning is generally safe for all skin types, including sensitive skin. It provides a gentle exfoliation without the use of chemicals, making it an option for a wide range of individuals.
  • "Does dermaplaning hurt?"
    Dermaplaning is typically painless and well-tolerated. Patients may feel a light scraping sensation, but it is not uncomfortable. It is crucial to have the procedure performed by a trained and skilled medical aesthetician for the best experience.
  • "How long does a dermaplaning session take?"
    Dermaplaning sessions usually last around 30 to 45 minutes, making it a quick and efficient treatment option. It can be easily incorporated into your skincare routine without significant downtime.
  • "How often should I get dermaplaning done?"
    Depending on your skincare goals, dermaplaning can be done every 3 to 4 weeks. This allows for the natural hair growth cycle to complete and ensures optimal results without over-exfoliating the skin.
  • "Can dermaplaning be combined with other treatments?"
    Yes, dermaplaning can be combined with other treatments such as facials, chemical peels, or microneedling for enhanced results. However, it is essential to consult with your medical aesthetician to determine the most suitable combination for your specific needs.
  • "Is there any downtime after dermaplaning?"
    Dermaplaning has minimal to no downtime. Clients can resume their regular activities immediately after the treatment. It is recommended to avoid direct sun exposure and use sunscreen to protect the newly revealed skin.
  • "Will my facial hair grow back thicker or darker after dermaplaning?"
    No, dermaplaning does not alter the color or thickness of facial hair. The treatment only removes the fine vellus hair from the surface, and the hair will grow back with the same texture and color as before.

Most Asked Questions:

If you're ready to experience the rejuvenating effects of Microneedling,

book a consultation with our one of our skilled providers.

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