Are you interested in finding out ways of maximising your Microneedling results? Well, look no further! This informative blog will tell you everything you need to know about how you can get the most out of your Microneedling treatments by combining them with chemical peels.
Bringing Microneedling and Chemical Peels Together
Professional Beauty Magazine, reported that there was a 120% increase in bookings of Microneedling treatments across May and June 2021 in comparison to May and June 2019. This trend has continued with the market forecast to reach USD 979.39 million by 2030.
In the earlier days of Microneedling treatments, a derma roller device was used to create micro-wounds within the skin. The aim of this was to promote the regeneration of collagen and elastin for fresher, plumper-looking skin.
As the years have progressed, so has the technology used to perform this treatment, with lots of aesthetics clinics now using hand-held Microneedling devices.
We know there are a huge amount of benefits to Microneedling and that these all contribute to firmer and smoother-looking skin through the natural healing response of the skin’s cells. Needling produces amazing results for a variety of skin concerns, including pitted acne scars, open pores, lines and wrinkles and so much more.
Whilst Microneedling is very effective in penetrating deeper, older layers of the skin, studies suggest that, if we combine this treatment with high-end chemical peels, we can also see an improvement in the more superficial layers of the skin too. A study carried out on the efficacy of Microneedling in combination with glycolic acid peels shows that a significant improvement in results was found over either treatment being used alone.
Why should you have a Microneedling treatment with a Chemical Peel?
Chemical peels are non-surgical cosmetic procedures used to rejuvenate and restore the skin in its uppermost layers. While the more aggressive peels, such as TCA peels, are useful for targeting the deeper layers of the skin, glycolic acid peels tend to be used in combination with Microneedling due to these being better at addressing superficial concerns. Glycolic acid peels assist in the treatment of mild scars, sun damage, fine lines around the eyes and mouth and mild acne scarring.
Combining two effective clinical treatments like this allows us to offer you the best possible results, as we are able to target several layers of the epidermis and dermis.
Using Medical-Grade Devices in Combination with Chemical Peels
At the Lynton Clinic, not only do we use medical-grade devices, but we also have our own specially formulated skincare range and IMAGE skincare. We offer treatments using the Focus Dual alongside our selection of Chemical Peels, specially formulated for use with Aesthetic devices, this includes a Lynton Tri-fruit acid peel to resurface skin texture and boost collagen production, whilst dissolving dead skin cells to leave the skin radiant and smooth.
What can we treat?
- Wrinkles and fine lines
- Acne and surgical scars
- Crepey neck skin
- Loose and sagging skin
- Stretch mark reduction
- Uneven skin tone and texture
- Large pores
- Loss of facial volume
Contact The Lynton Clinic Today
If you have any of the concerns listed above, Microneedling treatments could be the perfect solution. Combined with a chemical peel, we can help you get the skin that you crave. Book a Consultation today to start your journey.