For years, you’ve tried to hide the areas of your face where you have hyperpigmentation. But all those foundations and concealers never work. You’re left looking like you’re wearing layers of makeup, and still those hyperpigmentation areas can show through. But with microneedling with growth factors, you won’t have to hide your skin any longer. This treatment is able to reduce and even eliminate hyperpigmentation, along with a host of other skin issues.
What Is Microneedling?
Microneedling is a beauty treatment with a long history and proven success. This treatment uses a device that is made up of fine needles. The device is moved over your skin so that the needles can create microscopic channels. These channels then prompt your skin to begin the healing process.
Your body will recognize the channels as microtraumas and will start producing collagen in order to heal them. Overall, this treatment uses the power of your own body to completely rejuvenate your skin.
What Are Growth Factors?
Growth factors are, essentially, proteins and peptides that are found in your blood. Rich in nutrients, growth factors play an important role in healing the body, including the skin. They are responsible for repairing injuries and wounds, controlling cell growth, producing collagen, and rejuvenating tissue. The only problem is that when we get older, our bodies stop producing growth factors. This leads to a loss of collagen and elasticity as well as an increase of wrinkles and hyperpigmentation spots.
Microneedling with Growth Factors
The purpose of coupling microneedling with growth factors is that microneedling is able to open up deep channels in your skin so that your growth factors can penetrate the deep layers of your skin. Unlike simply injecting the growth factors or using them in a serum, microneedling with growth factors allows them to be better absorbed by your skin.
What Does Microneedling with Growth Factors Treat?
Microneedling with growth factors is able to improve the look of areas of your face that suffer from hyperpigmentation. For one, this treatment can remove that top layer of epidermis where your skin is discolored. The growth factors will then heal those areas and help you produce more collagen, which will even out your skin tone.
Microneedling with growth factors can also reduce the signs of aging, including erasing fine lines and wrinkles. The influx of collagen can help minimize the look of those lines around your lips, nose, and on your forehead. This treatment can also reduce the look of scars caused by acne.