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Meso needling, also known as microneedling, is a process in which natural collagen production is increased in the treated areas. Before you understand what meso needling is and how it works, you need to understand the significance of collagen. Collagen is a protein which holds all your skin tissues together. When the production of collagen decreases in the body, the skin tissues are not as tightly bound together which can lead to your skin appearing loose and wrinkled. Collagen is also responsible in the healing of scars. Without adequate collagen production, there would be nothing to get your skin tissues back together. Now that you know why collagen is important, you can appreciate what meso needling does to your skin.
The procedure of meso needling uses an equipment called derma roller. A derma roller consists of 192 micro needles which are distributed in 8 rows. These needles are very thin with each only being around 0.5 mm long and 0.1 mm in diameter. This equipment is then rolled over the skin which you want to tighten or clear scars from. The roller creates small holes on the skin and does not harm the epidermis in any way. These holes are very tiny and not visible to the naked eye. The presence of these holes, however, are responsible for the release of growth factors that increase production of collagen and elastin in the treated area. The small holes also lead to the formation of new blood vessels in the treated area of the skin which can cause temporary redness but is very beneficial for the skin.
There are many benefits of meso needling which is why it is now being used by many people around the world. Some go for a professional meso needling session while others buy a home derma roller for themselves. The following is a list of some of the most common benefits that you will experience after a meso needling treatment.
In a culture which celebrates youth, getting rid of your fine lines can be quite helpful for your aesthetic appeal.
The increased collagen production in your skin will tighten the tissues and helpp you get rid of the fine lines.
Scars due to any reason can be effectively removed using meso needling.
Flat scars are the easiest to remove and will not take many sittings for visible reduction whereas more severe scarring can require you to treat the area multiple times.
The introduction of micro holes in the skin boosts the absorption of acne treatments.
When your skin absorbs the topical treatment more readily, you will see a definite improvement in your skin.
You need to be patient when you go for a meso needling treatment as it can take weeks to show results.