Microneedling Under Eyes: Procedure, Cost, and More
I am really excited to write this article for you guys because it is the most popular procedure that I have done so far. It is a procedure where tiny needles are poked under your eyes to stimulate collagen and elastin production. A lot of clients who go to me for this treatment always want to know about the cost and what they need to do in order to receive the treatment, so I will tell you everything you need to know.
What is Microneedling under eyes?
Microneedling is a procedure to improve the appearance of your skin. This is done by inserting a very fine needle into the skin and then applying topical medications to it. The location of this treatment is mostly in the under eye region of your face. Studies show that microneedling has been successful in improving wrinkles, crows feet, and dark circles when performed correctly on a regular basis.
Procedure for microneedling
This procedure involves using a sterile needle to create a small puncture in the skin. The needle is then inserted into a machine that applies an electrochemical reaction onto the skin to stimulate collagen production. It also increases blood flow to the area and stimulates new cell growth, which increases radiance and reduces wrinkles.
Cost of a microneedled eye treatment
Eye microneedling is a procedure that uses a device with extremely fine needles called a dermaroller. The needles puncture tiny holes in the skin and create microscopic channels for serum and other substances to reach the eye’s surface, which improves circulation and promotes healing. During the overnight treatment, your eyes will feel slightly uncomfortable but there should be no pain. It can take up to three days before you’ll see any noticeable changes during this treatment, typically a reduction in wrinkles.
Benefits to use the procedure
Even though it is a painful, uncomfortable procedure, microneedling under the eyes has many benefits. Many people have seen a significant difference in their skin tone, wrinkles, and dark circles. It can also be used as a treatment for acne scars or rosacea.
What might happen after using Microneedle?
In the procedure, a device is used to create tiny holes in the skin. This reduces the size of the area that needs to be treated and causes it to heal more quickly. The Microneedle technique typically takes around 20 minutes or less and is only mildly uncomfortable. After finishing the procedure, you might experience some mild swelling, temporary redness, or bruising.
Side Effects to using Microneedle
Microneedling has the ability to induce an inflammatory response in the body. The procedure can cause redness, swelling, and an increase in bleeding in some instances. It may be a painful procedure when done correctly because of needles being used on delicate skin near eyes. The cost of Microneedling also ranges depending on which area is being treated and how many treatments are needed.
Microneedling under eyes is a procedure in which needles are used to puncture the skin and release any blocked blood flow to the surface. It can improve the appearance of acne scars, wrinkles, and dark circles around your eyes. However, it’s important to note that because this treatment is not recognized by insurance companies or covered by health benefits, it can be expensive.