Microneedling, also called derma needling, is a dermal stimulation treatment that helps the skin’s natural regeneration process. It is an increasingly used technique, thanks to the minimal invasiveness and the excellent results that it achieves when performed by trained professionals.
How microneedling works
To understand what microneedling consists of, it is useful first of all to know more about our skin and its functioning. The skin, divided into three layers called epidermis, dermis and hypodermis, is subject to a constant process of cell regeneration: new cells are produced from the innermost layers and rise up to the superficial layers. Over the years, and due to factors such as pollution, poor nutrition or lack of hydration, this renewal process tends to slow down.
Dermaneedling uses special needles to create micro perforations in the epidermis, with the aim of stimulating the skin to react through the production of collagen. Thanks to this treatment, cell regeneration increases and the skin appears more toned, compact and luminous.
The Clinita Care protocol for collagen bioinduction
Derma needling is a highly effective treatment, useful not only to stimulate cell renewal in case of imperfections due to aging, such as small wrinkles, but also to act on scars, marks from acne, stretch marks or skin spots. Micro perforations prepare the skin to receive active ingredients and functional substances, making it essential to use the right products to achieve the best possible result.
So, in the Clinita Care line of cosmetics you can therefore find creams, serums and masks designed specifically for microneedling and able to maximize the effectiveness, in addition to the dermaroller with surgical steel needles for continuing the treatment at home.
Contact us for more information on the Clinita Care catalogue, or visit our Derma needling course page if you want to offer an innovative and effective treatment to your customers:
Clinita’s collagen bioinduction course