There are several different conditions that microneedling can help resolve.
Microneedling, also known as collagen-induction therapy, is a nonsurgical alternative to more invasive treatments for various skin conditions. Because it takes just a few minutes, it is a more cost-effective approach compared to laser or other treatments. Some effects are noticeable immediately, namely more radiance in your skin and a softer, smoother appearance. As it causes collagen production to kick in, you’ll see additional benefits. At Triveda Wellness, we offer microneedling services at our Asheville, North Carolina health and wellness center as an option for our patients who are looking to even out skin tone, tighten skin, reduce stretch marks, fade scars, minimize wrinkles and fine lines, and refine enlarged pores.
The process of microneedling can be done on the face and neck. Following a topical numbing agent, tiny micro-punctures to the skin stimulate the body’s natural healing process to increase collagen, elastin, and promote skin rejuvenation by reducing the appearance of fine lines, improving skin texture, decreasing scars, and clearing acne and pigmentation. Intensify the results of your microneedling treatment by adding targeted serums such as vitamin C to brighten pigment and boost free-radical fighting cell behavior, collagen, vitamin K to strengthen capillaries and reduce pigment, or CBD oil for relaxation and cell renewal. Book your private one-on-one consultation to learn more and receive your personalized treatment plan.
If you would like to know more about microneedling, including finding out if you are a good candidate for this treatment, feel free to give us a call to schedule a consultation. We will be happy to explain how it works and what you can expect so you can make an informed decision about whether it is right for you.
At Triveda Wellness, we offer microneedling treatments to those in Arden, Asheville, Fletcher, Hendersonville, Waynesville, Marion, Morganton, Weaverville, Black Mountain, and Flat Rock, North Carolina.