What is Microneedling?

A minimally invasive technique employing tiny needles is micro-needling. Stretch marks, wrinkles, and acne scars can all be less noticeable thanks to this technique. Microneedling is typically used for aesthetic reasons but can also treat some medical issues.


What are the Benefits of Microneedling?

  • The goal is to make the skin look and feel better. Increased collagen synthesis is the key advantage; collagen fights wrinkles, and levels of collagen normally decrease with age, according to the Cleveland Clinic
  • Any intervention that promotes higher collagen production might make skin seem and perform younger.
  •  Dermatology had four micro-needling treatments spaced one month apart. Lines, wrinkles, skin texture, and skin laxity were significantly improved after the last session.
  •  micro-needling can also help cure acne scarring because the needles can break down hardened scar tissue and stimulate it to regenerate.
  • the stretch marks can be reduced with micro-needling, with roughly 44% of subjects seeing noticeable to great improvement after three monthly treatments.

These issues benefit from micro-needling:

  • acne scarring
  • Sharp edges
  • Wrinkles
  • larger pore size
  • Sunspots and hyperpigmentation
  • reduced elasticity
  • Variable skin textures
  • Stretch stains
  • erratic skin tones

Who Gets Microneedling? 

Micro Needling Process: Before, During, and After 

Before Microneedling 

During Microneedling 


After Microneedling


Microneedling is the minimally invasive cosmetic procedure done for collagen production in your skin. This procedure is done by dermatologists by making controlled tiny microscopic pricks in your skin via small needles. This tiny injury helps in collagen production in your skin. Use of microneedling: Acne scars Fine wrinkles Large open pores Scar management Stretch marks Hair growth Uneven skin tone