Micro-Needling is a treatment that uses microscopic needles to stimulate the skin. The needles are placed in specific areas to cause the release of endorphins, which are the body’s natural painkillers.
The treatments are popular for treating conditions such as facial cellulite, wrinkles, and scars. Some people also use Agnes Precision RF Technology to improve skin texture and tone.
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There are several types of micro-needling treatments available, including:
Micro-Needling with Hydrotherapy: This treatment combines micro-needling with heat therapy to improve the effectiveness and circulation of the treated area.
Micro-Needling with Cold Therapy: This treatment uses cold therapy to reduce inflammation and pain.
Micro-Needling with Cryotherapy: This treatment uses cryotherapy to reduce inflammation and pain.
Micro-Needling with Laser: This treatment uses a laser to break down the collagen fibers in the treated area.
Micro-needling is a form of acupuncture that uses very small needles to stimulate the skin. It is sometimes used to treat conditions such as psoriasis, acne, and rosacea. The treatment is often done in a doctor's office, but it can also be done at home.
Micro-needling is not a new therapy. It was first developed in the 1980s and has been used in Asia for centuries. The needles used for micro-needling are very small (about 1mm). This means that the treatment is painless.