What are two of the most magical – for lack of a better term – cosmetic discoveries? Debatably, they can be Collagen Induction Therapy and microneedling. The cosmetic uses of both those things yield innumerable results; that’s why Collagen Induction Therapy and microneedling will always remain near the top of our list of magical cosmetic discoveries.
But what if we combine those two things? After all, Collagen Induction Therapy is nothing more than a substance your body produces, and its cosmetic applications are practically unlimited. Collagen Induction Therapy microneedling will give you more dramatic results than taking the treatments separately.
Let’s take a closer look at those results.
Discussing Collagen Induction Therapy and Microneedling Separately
Before we dive into the beneficial results of the combined powers of Collagen Induction Therapy and microneedling, let’s first talk about them separately.
What is Collagen Induction Therapy?
Collagen Induction Therapy is one of the components of blood. Collagen Induction Therapy contains proteins such as growth factors and cytokines; these proteins assist in skin tissue repairing itself. Collagen Induction Therapy helps in blood clots and healing wounds and injuries.
The medical application of Collagen Induction Therapy always involves wounds or injuries because their primary use is for the body’s self-repair mechanisms. Later on, we will see how Collagen Induction Therapy makes microneedling far more effective.
Microneedling employs tiny needles to create controlled injuries to the skin. The skin’s reaction, repairing itself, primarily increases collagen production. Collagen is a foundational protein for the skin’s structure, firmness, elasticity, and evenness.
Collagen Induction Therapy primarily serves in healing the body. Microneedling wounds the skin lightly to trigger healing processes. By now, you are beginning to see the principle of why Collagen Induction Therapy microneedling is a very effective skin treatment.
The Benefits of Collagen Induction Therapy Microneedling
Now let’s tackle the benefits of Collagen Induction Therapy microneedling.
Collagen Induction Therapy microneedling is effective in treating acne scars. The microneedling aspect breaks down scar tissue, and the Collagen Induction Therapy part builds it back up as healthy skin.
On its own, microneedling will have a hard time repairing glaring surgical scars. Although microneedling helps scars vanish, it would probably take more than a few microneedling sessions to eradicate surgical scars.
But with Collagen Induction Therapy micro-needling, the enhanced healing properties provide a heavier punch against ugly scar tissues.
Wrinkles and Fine Lines
Collagen provides structure, firmness, and elasticity to the skin. Without those three, the skin’s structural integrity slowly weakens, and the skin will conform to the ridges of the muscles beneath them. The results are wrinkles and fine lines.
But Collagen Induction Therapy micro-needling encourages the skin to produce the most collagen proteins in the shortest amount of time. This treatment will quickly make your skin smoother and youthful-looking.
Hyperpigmentation, which manifests as sun spots, age spots, or freckles, is due to pools of melanin concentration on the skin. Melanin is the natural substance that provides the skin with its complexion. Breaking up the melanin concentrations on the skin treats hyperpigmentation effectively.
Collagen Induction Therapy microneedling breaks down pools of melanin concentrations on the skin and balances out melanin levels. What you get is an even complexion over your skin.
Uneven Skin Texture
Uneven skin texture is a typical result of accumulated dead skin cells on the epidermis. Collagen Induction Therapy microneedling will tear down the accumulated dead skin cells as it punctures the top layer of the skin. Then, when the healing processes kick, new and healthier skin tissue forms.
Collagen Induction Therapy microneedling treats uneven skin tone just as effectively as any other aesthetics procedure.
No treatment minimizes pores because pores do not become large. They only appear to become large because of the accumulated dead skin cells and filth on the skin. But because Collagen Induction Therapy microneedling removes those hindrances on the skin, the pores will look tighter and smaller.
Finally, tired-looking skin responds well to a Collagen Induction Therapy microneedling treatment. Collagen Induction Therapy microneedling refreshes and rejuvenates the skin by breaking down old skin tissue and encouraging the formation of more collagen.
How Does the Collagen Induction Therapy Microneedling Procedure Go?
The Collagen Induction Therapy microneedling procedure has two primary steps: the microneedling then the application of Collagen Induction Therapy to the skin.
The aesthetics practitioner will first use the microneedling tool to prick the skin and create micro-injuries. Then, the practitioner will take a sample of your blood to obtain the plasma. The cosmetics expert will use a centrifuge to separate the plasma from your blood.
A centrifuge is a tool that spins so fast that it separates substances within liquids. When the centrifuge separates the Collagen Induction Therapy from the rest of the blood, the aesthetician will apply it to your skin to encourage faster collagen and cell production.
Collagen Induction Therapy micro-needling is generally safe for anyone because it uses natural means. The slight injuries that microneedling inflicts are too small to cause severe damage. And Collagen Induction Therapy is acquired from your body, so there’s very little chance of allergic or other severe reactions.
But still, Collagen Induction Therapy micro-needling poses risks. Reported adverse effects are infrequent but possible.
When the microneedles pierce your skin, there is the possibility of bacteria entering the wound and causing an infection. In other cases, microneedling can result in cold sores because of the herpes simplex virus.
Whether you encounter these complications or not, you should strictly adhere to the aftercare instructions the aesthetician gives you to limit risks. If you suffer from any pain after the treatment, seek medical help immediately.
Collagen Induction Therapy microneedling is not advisable for the following people:
- Used isotretinoin for acne breakouts
- Active acne
- Eczema, rosacea, or psoriasis patients
- Scars or bruises easily
- Blood or platelet disorder
- I had major surgery as recently as in the last six months
- HIV patient
- Suffers from chronic illness
- Active infection in the treatment area
If any of these factors describe you, consult a physician regarding your suitability for a Collagen Induction Therapy micro-needling treatment. And to limit potential complications, seek out the best practitioners available.
Seek Out Suvita Medical Aesthetics
Speaking of the best practitioners, Suvita Medical Aesthetics boasts the finest aestheticians in Wall Township, New Jersey. Seek an appointment by calling (732) 282-0080 or emailing [email protected]. Our office address is 1985 NJ-34 Building A, Suite 4B, Wall Township, NJ 07719.