Collagen Induction Therapy: stimulate the growth of collagen and elastin
Collagen induction therapy, also known as microneedling, dermarolling, or skin needling, is a cosmetic procedure that involves repeatedly puncturing the skin with tiny, sterile needles to reduce wrinkles, and fine lines formed due to loss of elastin and collagen.
Microneedling collagen induction therapy utilizes an auto-microneedling system. When employed it creates a multitude of little perforations (up to 15000/min) in the surface of the skin. As the skin heals itself from the perforations, it produces extra elastin and collagen resulting in thicker skin, reduced wrinkles, softer scars and more even skin tone.
Microneedling collagen therapy is gaining popularity and for good reason — there are a number of exceptional benefits associated with it
Topical ointments and creams aren’t always used with microneedling collagen therapy, but it is a procedure that increases the efficacy of topicals. The tiny holes the needles create allow the ointments to get deeper into the skin.
Some topicals commonly used with microneedling collagen therapy include