What is Amiea Med Microneedling
Amiea Med Microneedling is a minimally invasive approach designed to stimulate percutaneous collagen induction (PCI), a process that promotes natural collagen production within the skin. Amiea Med has innovatively developed clinical Microneedling as an effective method for enhancing the aesthetic appearance of acne scars with anti-aging effects.
How does Microneedling work?
As the needle penetrates the skin, it causes localized damage and induces slight bleeding by rupturing small blood vessels. Percutaneous collagen induction (PCI) is a direct outcome of the skin’s natural response to injury. Platelets are automatically released, initiating the typical inflammatory process. This, in turn, stimulates the natural release of growth factors and the infiltration of fibroblasts, which are responsible for producing additional collagen and elastin. The newly produced collagen is deposited in the upper dermal layer, positioned just below the basal layer of the epidermis. This process leads to the improvement of skin texture and the reduction of scars.
What to expect
The level of discomfort during the procedure can vary depending on the treatment area and the needle length employed. In certain instances, the procedure can be quite tolerable and even painless. Some clients might experience a mild, prickling sensation. To enhance comfort, our Skin Technician will apply a numbing cream before the treatment. It’s worth noting that depending on the intensity of the procedure, there may be some minimal bleeding and the possibility of minor bruising.