How Long Can We See Results From Microneedling?

No matter what the age, we all want to change something from our appearance. Be it hyperpigmentation, sagging neck, wrinkles, freckles, scars from our past- it can be anything. Most of us think that it all comes with age, but this not the case nowadays-age is just a number! Mostly young people suffer from skin problems and have their own set of issues. So are you one of the people that are tired of looking at enlarged pores in the mirror? Do you suffer from hyperpigmentation? Have you noticed your skin starting to sag? And you want to try uncomfortable laser treatments or invasive skin lifts. Well, now you don’t have to because we have an amazing solution for you.

Microneedling is one of the best ways to naturally restore damaged skin and get a healthier, younger look to the skin. It is a non-invasive procedure that involves rolling of needles over the the surface of the skin to create tiny “micro-injuries” in the epidermis. It  stimulates “wound healing,” or the body’s natural reaction to  trigger fibroblast cell growth and stimulate the production of new collagen and elastin. You are not putting any chemical product on your skin, so don’t have to worry about it being damaged. It heals the skin naturally. But how long does it take to see results from microneedling? Let’s find out.

What Are The Benefits Of Microneedling?

Reduces wrinkles

When you are going through this procedure your skin makes more collagen to heal those wounds. This new collagen helps to smoothly fill your skin, helping it to appear even and firmer.


Reduces The Appearance of Scars:

Several studies show the efficacy of dermarolling treatment for scars caused by acne, stretch marks, and weight loss. It stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, which repairs pores and skin irregularities which include scars.


Reduces Sun and age spots:

 Micro needling can also help in the reduction of age spots (the built-up of melanin) which were previously present in your skin. The skin pigment that is melanin is also broken up by the tiny needles which is then absorbed by the body.


Reduces Stretch marks: 

Stretch marks are deep scars that are often natural but can have a huge impact on your self-esteem, especially in visible areas like arms, legs etc. The derma roller offers a simple yet successful stretch mark treatment at a fraction of the cost of other cosmetic treatments like laser therapy.


Reduces Hyperpigmentation:

Derma roller is often used with skin lightening agents to enhance their transdermal drug absorption. This combination treatment can effectively reduced the appearance of melasma, hyperpigmentation, and dark spots.

Reduces the Signs Of Aging:

Old people are more likely to have loose and wrinkled skin because  their body produces less collagen. Microneedling can make your skin produce more collagen resulting in tighter and firmer skin.

Promote Hair Growth: 

The efficacy of dermarolling with derma rollers in androgenic alopecia has been studied over the last five years. Along with minoxidil, it stimulates the scalp by stimulating blood flow. It helps to generate more hormones required to promote hair and follicle growth and hair size.

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How Long Does It Take To See Results From Microneedling?

When answering this question, you need to know what is meant by results. As we know microneedling breaks up the skin the damaged or affected skin  and then repairs it by producing collagen, elastin and tissue. It needs at least four or more weeks to see some noticeable results from microneedling. After your first microneedling session, your the skin will definitely be rejuvenated but, the scars, wrinkles, lines or pigment issues can still be present. Therefore, you need additional micro needling treatments to obtain the desired results. At least four sessions are required to see noticeable decrease in hyperpigmentation. It may require six or more session to treat complex issues like wrinkles, acne scars and stretch marks.

Sania has a medical background and she is obsessed in dermarollers. She loves to write and study medical benefits of dermarolling.

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