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What is Microneedling?

Micro-needling, as the term implies, means the use of needles or micro-needles to achieve a therapeutic effect.

The microneedling technique was pioneered by Fernandes in 2006, before it was Orentreichet al a New York dermatologist in 1995 who successfully reported the use of microneedling in the treatment of acne through the subcision method.


Microneedling is a treatment done with an electrical device based on micro-needles which, when they pass over the skin, will make micro-perforations through the epidermis in order to break the structure of the skin. Through this process, skin renewal is fully activated in order to relaunch the renewal of new cells, the collagen and elastin fibers responsible for the firmness, elasticity of the skin and its youthfulness.

To this technique we add a serum based on hyaluronic acid designed to further increase the benefits of the treatment and thus have a specialized treatment for the needs of the client's skin.

What are the benefits of microneedling?

- Tightened pores

- Luminous and oxygenated complexion

- Reduction of pigment spots

- Smoother skin

- Reduced appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

- Firmer skin

and more ...

Several treatments can treat or improve certain skin problems such as:

- Acne scars

-Wrinkles and fine lines

-Skin slackening

-Stretch marks



-Dehydration of the skin

Obviously, we will treat the skin of the face and neck most of the time to counter wrinkles & fine lines, acne scars, pigment spots, sagging skin, etc. We can also treat certain parts of the body such as places where there is the presence of stretch marks and cellulite, such as the belly, hips, arms, etc.

Hyaluronic acid is a powerful natural humectant that helps regulate skin hydration levels. This essential molecule, however, has a short life cycle in the skin, with 30% to 50% degradation every 24 hours. With age, the skin experiences a gradual decline in hyaluronic acid levels. Production begins to decline in the 1920s and accelerates in the 1940s.


The combination of rapid decline and degradation of hyaluronic acid contributes to signs of aging, including decreased firmness, reduced plumpness, and rough texture.

Why use needle device action and serums?


The action of penetrating micro-needles into the skin will launch a signal for repair and cell renewal directly to the brain, moreover, at the same time with the application of the serum, this will be immediately pushed to the basal layer in order to that the serum is effective directly to the new cells, in this way they are well nourished and hydrated.


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