An All-Natural Facial Rejuvenation Treatment
With it's origin rooted in Eastern Medicine, this minimally invasive skin treatment has become extremently popular in the West for those wanting an Anti-Aging option that does NOT involve Injections, Surgery, Toxic Chemicals or an Extensive Recovery Period.
Microneedling, also called Collagen Induction Therapy, is an in office treatment that has you returning to normal routines the next day.
Micro can help; Reduce fine lines & wrinkles, discolorations, scarring, & pore size and Increase circulation, collagen & elastin production, skin glow, & hair growth.
A series of 6-10 treatments lasts up to FIVE years!
Speciality Eastern Medicine Topicals
Because Micro increases product absorption, we combine it with All-Natural, Speciality Eastern Medicine Serums to enhance each treatment. We utilize Hyluronic Acid (HA) as a base for all our topicals. HA is a substance found naturally in our skin that holds water and keeps it hydrated and plump.
We will make a custom blend of the AcuMicro serums for deep hydration, to heal the skin, and support your unique complexion needs.
If a sensitivity to HA occurs, Vegetable Glycerin can be used as a substitute medium during the MicroNeedling treatment.
High-End MicroNeedling Tools
MicroNeedling does obviously involve needles, but we do everything we can to make it as comfortable as possible. We use a top-of-the line, professional-grade MicroNeedling Pen from AcuMicro. The mechanical action of the pen allows the needles to puncture the skin at 18000 RPM and create a controlled injury at a specific depth. Cheap, knock-off pens have poor oscillation and speed, do not offer appropriate depth control, or anti-backflow tips, so are not a safe option.
Each puncture by the AcuMicro Pen creates a channel in the upper layers of the skin that trigger the body's natural healing process to fill these micro wounds by producing new collagen and elastin. In addition, new capillaries are formed for improved blood supply. The premium, one-time use needle tips we utilize have some of the thinnest, stainless steel needles on the market.
We also offer NanoNeedling that uses microscopic silicone cones instead of needles. Since it is a more gentle, it can be done more frequently.