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How Does Microneedling Work?

 Collagen inductive therapy, also called dermamolling, microneedling or tissue-needling, is a noninvasive cosmetic procedure in which small, sterile, painlessly punctured needles are used to remove excess hair, scalp dead skin, and other unwanted tissue from the skin. While the procedure is noninvasive, it may still be painful for some patients and has the potential to leave marks on the skin that may appear months or years after the procedure. The process works by puncturing the skin at specific places along the hair growth.Our website provides info about Brentwood Microneedling. During the procedure, needles are inserted into the target areas using ultrasound waves. After puncturing these regions, the needles are manipulated to cause tiny tears in the skin. Because this procedure can leave some small scars, many people ask to have their body made smaller than the needles actually are. This is done by sewing a small piece of cloth onto their own body after the procedure. The process is called micr sizing. This technique is used most commonly for trimming back long hair, removing extra body hair, and for men who want to shave their chest, back or arms. A small, non-permanent patch is applied to the area that was affected with the needles and can be removed at a later time. Because this procedure does not require anesthesia, it is safe for some patients to undergo it on small areas of the body such as their lips. But...