Microneedling is a versatile, nonsurgical treatment that can address a wide range of skin conditions. While microneedling isn’t permanent, it can have very long-lasting results when you adhere to a proper treatment regimen.
Our team at Midsota MedSpa often recommends microneedling to treat:
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Acne scars
- Enlarged pores
- Texture issues
This treatment can achieve excellent results, providing you with improved, smoother, more youthful skin.
What Can I Expect from Microneedling?
The microneedling device glides across your skin, gently penetrating the surface layers and creating tiny holes in your skin. These microscopic puncture injuries stimulate your body’s healing process, resulting in the production of new collagen and elastin. The effect of this process is smoother, more youthful skin.What you can expect from your microneedling treatment:
- Little to no downtime
- Effective for all skin types, light to dark
- Short procedure time
- Ideal any time of the year
- Real results from a safe, natural and minimally invasive procedure
- Clinically proven to be safe and effective
In a clinical trial, 90 percent of subjects said they would recommend treatment to friends and family.
How Do I Maintain Long Lasting Microneedling Results?
On average, it will take between three and six microneedling sessions to achieve your desired outcome. These treatments should be spaced four to six weeks apart. The exact frequency of your maintenance appointments will depend on your unique skin type and condition being treated. However, most people can enjoy excellent long-term results by going for an additional microneedling session every 6-12 months. Once you’ve achieved your desired outcome, our MedSpa team will advise you on the optimal maintenance schedule to ensure your results last for years to come.
Contact our St. Cloud MedSpa
Please contact Midsota MedSpa using the form on this page or call 320-253-7257 today to schedule a complimentary microneedling consultation. We serve patients in St. Cloud and the surrounding areas of Minnesota.