Microneedling is a non-surgical cosmetic procedure that uses a device with tiny needles to create controlled micro-perforations in the skin. These micro perforations stimulate collagen and elastin production, promoting cell regeneration and improving the skin's appearance.
Micro Needling

Who is a good candidate?

A good candidate for this type of treatment is someone looking to improve the appearance of their skin by minimizing wrinkles, fine lines, acne scars, stretch marks, or uneven pigmentation. It is also suitable for people with different skin types and skin tones.

Recovery process

After microneedling, it is common to experience redness and tenderness in the treated skin, which subsides in the first 24 - 48 hours. Full recovery takes about a week. There may be mild peeling and dryness in the following days. It is recommended to follow the instructions, such as applying recommended soothing and moisturizing products, avoiding makeup, sun exposure, and irritating effects. Recovery time varies, but the skin recovers entirely within a week or two. It is essential to follow the professional's instructions for best results and to minimize the risk of complications.


No anesthesia is required. If requested by the patient, topical anesthesia can be used.

Frequently Asked Questions

01. Is micro-needling painful?
The level of discomfort during treatment may vary according to individual sensitivity. However, topical anesthesia minimizes any pain should the patient require it.
02. How many micro-needling sessions are needed?
The number of micro-needling sessions needed can vary depending on the treatment goals and each individual's skin condition. Generally, 3 to 6 sessions are recommended for optimal results.
03. What are the results of micro-needling?
Microneedling can improve skin texture, reduce wrinkles and fine lines, diminish the appearance of scars and stretch marks, and improve overall skin radiance. Results are seen gradually as collagen and elastin production is stimulated and may continue to improve for several months.


Need more information?