A Guide for Micro Needling Treatment Users

Scars from acne or chicken pox are hard to get rid of. Many therapies have been developed to treat such scars; however, none has been as successful as newly developed micro needling. Only in 1995, the idea came into existence; Orentreich et al described subcision or dermal needling for scars. Camirand and Doucet further pushed the treatment in 1997. In their procedure, dermabrasion was done using a tattoo pistol to treat scars. The therapy achieved its full potential in 2006, when Fernandes developed percutaneous collagen induction therapy.

The procedure, being simple, can be done at home. However, dermatologists advice against it, as there is risk of infection and scarring.

Devices used for Micro-needling

In the procedure, the skin is punctured using fine needles; those needles can either be on a roller, which has wheels of needles, or pens, having a cluster of needles at the tip. The models used by doctors may vary; it can be motorized, which allows control of the needle depth. There are other models, which uses micro-needles, as well as radio-frequency energy. The radio- frequency is used to produce heat, which according to some publications helps grow collagen. However, radio-frequency procedure

6 Best and Cheap Home Remedies to Cure Acne

Baking SodaPlagued with acne? Having those nightmarish breakouts on your skin? There are numerous people around the globe who suffer from the traumatic experience of having being bothered by the most tormenting aspect of the skin and it is none other than the dreadful Acne.

Acne is the most common problem that bothers youth. However adults are also not spared! Statistics reveal that 8 out of 10 people have an acne prone skin and are struggling to get the flawless and impeccable skin back through various skin treatments. However, it has been clearly observed that most of the people fail to reduce their acne due to the fact that they are not aware of the exact ways which can help them to reduce their acne.

Many therapies and branches of medicines – Ayurvedic, Allopathic, Homoeopathy and Yunani claim to have a solution for this problem. At times the treatment is costly or time consuming. It takes a long patience either way if you are determined to fight acne.

You may be surprised to know that the remedy exists right at your home! Yes, the solution lies in

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