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Nanoneedling~Classic/Advanced Microneedling~Hair Restoration




Transdermal Serum Infusion, a.k.a. Nano-needling

Nano Infusion, otherwise known as nano-needling is an innovate, non-invasive transdermal serum delivery system designed to rejuvenate your skin and remedy many common issues like lack of tone, uneven texture, excessive pigmentation, scarring, and loss of elasticity. This type of treatment instantly allows up to 1000% more absorption of our professional-grade Skin Care lines, giving you extraordinary results unattainable through other means.

This is a less aggressive, needle-free alternative to microneedling. The nano infusion process is done with a handheld stylus that taps the nano cartridge up and down on your skin. The stylus features an array of pyramid-like nano pins. Each pin on the array has a diameter smaller than a single strand of human hair, rendering them almost invisible to the naked eye. When these pins gently touch the skin, they form up to 200,000 invisible nano channels. These micro channels in the skin are a direct line to deliver nourishing serums below the skin barrier to stimulate the regenerative processes and collagen production in your skin. The skin naturally adsorbs the active ingredients many times more effectively through nano channels to refine wrinkles, remedy scarring, reduce hyper-pigmentation as well as many other skin imperfections, improving and restoring the overall health of the skin.

There is no pain, inflammation, bleeding, or discomfort. Nano-needling is very safe, non-invasive and only affects the epidermis, making it both painless and very effective. Nano infusion is safe for all skin types and tones. There is no risk of post traumatic hyperpigmentation, nor is there any recovery time. You feel a vibration and sensation much like a cat licking you with its rough tongue and emerge with a rejuvenated, hydrated, glowing skin!


The Nano-Needling vs. Micro-Needling: 

Which Treatment Is Right for You?


While the technique, machines, serums, treatment areas, and results are similar, nano-needling affects only the top .25mm of the epidermis while microneedling penetrates more deeply into the skin. The benefits of this serum infusion treatment include pigmentation reduction, increased cell turnover, an increase in lift and tone, and an immediate glow with no downtime! The after-effects of microneedling usually include some redness in the treatment area that resembles a sunburn and fades in about 24-hours. Microneedling has roughly a 3-day healing period, which includes the avoidance of any sweat-inducing activities (salty sweat in freshly needled pores is no fun…believe us!) for the first two days and no sun or make-up for three days. With nanoneedling, you can immediately resume your normal activities (and don’t forget the sunscreen!) with no recovery time whatsoever.

Another major difference between the two techniques is that nanoneedling requires no numbing of the skin while microneedling does. This makes nanoneedling an excellent alternative for those with an allergy to lidocane or with a dislike of needles. The sensation of nanoneedling is very much like being licked by a cat, or much like the feeling of a microdermabrasion treatment if you’ve experienced that before. It’s gentle and painless.

Due to to the risk of post-traumatic hyperpigmentation, microneedling is often not recommended for clients with deep skin tones, however nanoneedling is completely safe for all skin tones since the stylus has no needles and requires no healing after the procedure. All you’ll see is the radiant glow of newly revealed, healthy skin.

Nanoneedling uses an array of microscopic pryamid-topped filaments to separate the cells within the epidermis to allow active products to be pushed into the skin without puncturing the skin. This means no needles are used, no down time is required, the treatment is safe for all skin tones, and you will see spectacular results! This treatment is great for a wide variety of skin types and treats a great array of common concerns. It is a powerful tool to help your skin look its best!


Treatment Frequency & Maintenance

For optimum results, we recommend a course of 4 weekly treatments, followed by one treatment done every other week for 4 weeks, then one maintenance treatment every 4-6 weeks thereafter.

It is important to follow a professionally recommended skin care regimen featuring appropriate, high-quality products to achieve optimum results.


Benefits of Nano-Needle Infusion

enhances product absorption

gently exfoliates

increases hydration

triggers the natural regenerative processes of the skin

increases circulation

softens lines and wrinkles

evens skin tone

improves skin texture

improves appearance of acne scarring

boosts collagen production

stimulates elastin production

Target Issues

aging skin

crow’s feet

fine lines

hyperpigmentation

large pores

lip lines

scarring

stretch marks

areas in which traditional chemical peels and microdermabrasion cannot be done

Platelet-Rich Plasma for Skin Rejuvenation

Integrity PRP/PRF Products


Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy has become quite a sought-after non-surgical procedure. PRP can rejuvenate the skin by injecting your own blood plasma under the dermis. This stimulates cell growth and collagen production. It can also improve a patient’s facial complexion, texture and lost facial volume. PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) is also used for anti-aging treatments, acne marks, and fat transfers.


Advanced Microneedling~ What is a PRP "Blood Facial"?

A PRP facial otherwise known as a “PRP blood facial” is a non-surgical cosmetic treatment designed to make your face look healthier and more youthful. This procedure uses platelet-rich plasma to exploit your skin's natural rejuvenation process. PRP facials can be administered using a PRP Kit and a microchanneling or microneedling device.

What does a PRP facial rejuvenation involve?

A PRP facial is not something you can do at home. It has to be conducted by a trained medical professional in a medical setting. Patients will see improvements in your first sitting but many recommend going every 4-6 weeks. PRP facial rejuvenation targets individuals who are looking for a natural treatment to improve acne scarring, crow’s feet, reduce fine lines and more. 

What are the PRP Facial Benefits?​

HOW IS THE PROCEDURE DONE?

First, the area being treated is thoroughly cleansed topically, then deep cleaned via a brief microdermabrasaion treatment to remove all dirt, oil, and cosmetic residues from the pores. The skin is numbed for 15-20 minutes before the microneedling treatment is performed. A small amount of your own blood will be drawn, then spun to separate the blood from the platelet rich proteins (PRP).  Once the skin is completely numbed, a microneedle dermapen (a medical aesthetic device that looks like a large pen with fine needles on the tip) is gently swept over the area, creating minute holes in the tissue.  Your plasma will be gently rubbed into the tiny injections, directly infusing your skin with the amazing healing properties of PRP. The body’s natural response is to heal itself by sending fibroblasts to the area. Fibroblasts are the cells that lay down building materials for stronger and healthier connective tissue. Cell turnover, collagen production, and elastin production increase and reverse the effects of time and environmental damage to the skin.   

~ Minimize acne scars

~ Treat crow’s feet

~ Enhance skin tone, texture, and quality

~ Reduce fine lines and blemishes

~ Replace volume loss and increases collagen

~ Reduces sun damage

~ Increase skin elasticity


*Classic Microneedling is the same process, but without the blood draw and PRP skin infusion.  Instead, a variety of serums can be infused into the skin to produce amazing results!

Microneedling for Hair Growth with PRP, Biotin, or Amniotic Fluids

Hair follicles produce the hair that is all over our bodies and scalp. Hair production is initiated by various chemicals; primary among them is a protein that stimulates cellular growth, the human growth factor (HGF). During microneedling, the tiny punctures create microscopic wounds which cause the body to produce new skin cells and to release hair and epidermal growth factors, which increases stem cell activity at the hair bulge area, causing hair follicles work more effectively.

A microneedle treatment on the scalp uses minute needles to make microscopic holes in the skin, activating the body’s wound healing response. The newly healed tissue is stronger and healthier than before. Research shows that microneedling treatments for hair growth help to change the baseline hair count leading to significant hair regrowth.  Add in your body's own PRP and a combination of Biotin and Amniotic Fluid, and the results can be phenomenal! 


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