What is needle shaping
The aim of needle shaping is biostimulation of the skin and the subcutaneous tissue. To put is simply, recovery and boosted volume without the application of foreign material. It is a non-invasive and virtually painless method which aims at boosting the production of collagen and skin elasticity.
Who is a good candidate for the treatment
The treatment is intended for anyone who wants to fight against the loss of tone and the sag of the skin, as well as the loss of volume in a particular area. Most often, this method is performed on the cheeks, where it also yields the best results. It can also be used in various areas, such as the arms, the abdomen and the inner thighs. The treatment can also be used to correct certain types of scars.
Before the Procedure
If you consider treatment by needle-shaping, it is always necessary to undergo an initial consultation with a physician, unless you are a regular client of the GHC Dermatology Department. The dermatologist will examine you, evaluate the indication for the filler application and the skin condition, hear your expectations, recommend the most suitable course of action and suggest treatment alternatives, if available.
How is needle shaping performed
After inserting a hair-thin acupuncture needle, the skin is stimulated by radiofrequency energy from the device. By gently turning the needle, a response of the subcutaneous tissue of the area in question is achieved. An improvement can be seen immediately; the restructuring of collagen may take 1 – 3 month before it is completed. The treatment is performed once and the achieved effect usually lasts for more than a year.
After the procedure
An improvement can be seen immediately; the restructuring of collagen may take 1 – 3 month before it is completed. The treatment is performed once and the achieved effect usually lasts for more than a year. Normal hygiene – washing with water, light moisturizer – is possible already on the first night after the procedure. If the procedure was performed on the face, it is recommended to prop up your head when you sleep in the first few days after the treatment to speed up the absorption of the mild swelling. When staying in the sun, it is recommended to protect the treated site with a sunscreen with SPF 50. Also, saunas, professional beauty treatments, massage and other methods that might have an impact on the effect of the needle shaping on the subcutaneous tissue should be avoided for a period of at least 1 month after the procedure. Exercise is possible 24 hours after the procedure, depending on how the client feels. However, it should not be straining.I am interested in