What is Nanoneedling?
Updated: May 7
Nanoneedling is a cosmetic procedure that involves using a small, handheld device to create tiny punctures in the skin. This device, which is called a nanoneedling pen, has a series of ultra-fine needles that penetrate the top layer of the skin to lightly stimulate collagen production and increase the absorption of skincare products.
Nanoneedling with AnteAGE Growth Factors
Nanoneedling with AnteAGE growth factors is a popular cosmetic treatment that combines the benefits of nanoneedling with the regenerative power of growth factors. Here are some of the potential benefits of this treatment:
Boosts collagen production: Nanoneedling creates tiny punctures in the skin, which triggers the body's natural healing response and stimulates collagen production. When combined with AnteAGE growth factors, which contain specialized proteins that promote cell growth and tissue repair, this process can be even more effective. The result is firmer, more youthful-looking skin.
Improves skin texture and tone: Nanoneedling can also help to improve the overall texture and tone of the skin. By promoting cellular turnover and increasing blood flow to the skin, it can reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and other imperfections. AnteAGE growth factors can further enhance these benefits by supporting healthy skin cell regeneration and improving skin hydration.
Reduces inflammation: AnteAGE growth factors contain potent anti-inflammatory compounds that can help to calm irritated skin and reduce redness. When used in conjunction with nanoneedling, this treatment can help calm and balance skin tone.
Enhances product absorption: Nanoneedling creates tiny channels in the skin that can enhance the absorption of topical skincare products. By combining nanoneedling with AnteAGE growth factors, you can further enhance the absorption of these specialized proteins and other active ingredients, ensuring that they penetrate deeper into the skin and deliver maximum benefits.
Safe and effective: Nanoneedling with AnteAGE growth factors is a safe and non-invasive cosmetic treatment that can deliver visible results with minimal downtime. It is suitable for most skin types and can be customized to address a wide range of skin concerns, from fine lines and wrinkles to hyperpigmentation and acne scars.
Nanoneedling with AnteAGE growth factors is a powerful combination that can help to rejuvenate and revitalize your skin.
Nanoneedling in Combination with Cosmetic Acupuncture
Combining nanoneedling with cosmetic facial acupuncture can offer several benefits for those seeking to improve the appearance of their skin.
Enhanced collagen production: Both nanoneedling and facial acupuncture stimulate collagen production in the skin. By combining these two techniques, you can maximize collagen production and improve skin firmness and elasticity.
Increased blood flow: Facial acupuncture can increase blood flow to the face, which can help to promote cellular regeneration and skin healing. This can be particularly beneficial when combined with nanoneedling, as the increased blood flow can help to deliver more nutrients and oxygen to the skin.
Reduced stress and tension: Facial acupuncture involves the insertion of thin needles into specific points on the face, which can help to relax the facial muscles and reduce stress and tension. This can lead to a more youthful and relaxed appearance, and may also help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Holistic approach to skin health: Both nanoneedling and facial acupuncture take a holistic approach to skin health, focusing on improving overall skin health and wellness. By combining these two techniques, you can address both the external and internal factors that can impact the health and appearance of your skin.
Combining nanoneedling with cosmetic facial acupuncture can offer a powerful and effective approach to improving the appearance of your skin. Whether you are looking to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, improve skin texture and tone, or enhance overall skin health, this combination can be a great option to consider.
The Difference between Nanoneedling and Microneedling
The main difference between nanoneedling and microneedling is the size of the needles used during the procedure. Nanoneedling uses very fine needles that typically range in size from 0.12mm to 0.25mm, while microneedling uses needles that are typically between 0.5mm and 1 mm in length.
Because nanoneedling needles are so fine, they only penetrate the top layer of the skin, while microneedling needles can penetrate deeper into the skin's dermis. This deeper penetration can be more effective for treating certain skin concerns, such as deep wrinkles or acne scars. The lighter penetration is good for topical serum absorption as well as creating an overall glow.
Another difference between the two procedures is the level of invasiveness. Nanoneedling is considered to be less invasive than microneedling, since the needles are smaller and don't penetrate as deeply into the skin. This makes nanoneedling a good option for people with sensitive skin or those who are new to cosmetic needling.
Finally, there is a difference in the downtime required after the procedures. Nanoneedling has little to no downtime, while microneedling can require several days of downtime as the skin heals and recovers.
To learn more about these treatments and whether they are right for you, be sure to schedule a consultation.