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Dry skin needling, also referred to as microneedling or Collagen Induction Therapy, is a minimally invasive, non-surgical, and non-ablative procedure used to improve the textural appearance of scarring and for facial rejuvenation. It is also used to restore pigmentation through a technique known as Melanocyte Repigmentation. Lastly, skin needling can be used to relax scars that prevent movement as Scar Softening Therapy.

Skin needling is considered one of the safest skin treatment procedures as there is only a small amount of controlled damage inflicted to the skin for healing purposes. Industry professionals have used the techniques that you will learn in this course since 1991.

techniques work to

  • restore pigment by reactivating melanocyte cells in the stratum germanitivum, returning skin tone to its natural coloration

  • replenish collagen and elastin to areas that have lost their structural integrity, including fine lines and wrinkles, and depressed scars from acne, chickenpox, or other forms of trauma

  • relax scars from burns or other forms of trauma that are preventing movement

Common uses for skin needling include:
  • scar reduction
  • lessening the appearance of stretch marks
  • reduction of the length and depth of fine lines and wrinkles
  • improvement of discoloration concerns
  • skin laxity
  • restoration of structural integrity
  • Benefits (in addition to the above) include:
  • improvements in skin tone, texture, and pigmentation
  • reduction of pore size
  • reduced risk of PIH (post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation) or scarring compared
  • to more invasive procedures, making it a viable option for ethnic skin
  • the procedure is acceptable for all skin types, including sensitive skin
  • as a minimally invasive procedure, the epidermis remains intact for faster healing

Typical Contraindications

  • clients predisposed to keloid scarring

  • history of herpes simplex or an active outbreak

  • diabetes

  • cancer/oncology patients

  • any open lesions, active acne

  • warts or other viral conditions

  • clients who are unable to have electric treatments (pacemakers,

    metal implants, etc.)

  • high blood-pressure medication, prescription blood thinners, Accutane®

  • recent fillers or Botox® in the treatment area

  • scars under six months

  • facial surgery within the past six months