Micro-needling, Nano-needling and Acupuncture Therapy
At Nature’s Healthway we understand the importance of preserving our youthful appearance. However, we felt an urgent need to offer a safer, healthier alternative to the Botox and fillers that are being used today to fight the aging process. It is uncertain what long-term effects these dangerous chemicals will have on the body.
What is Micro-needling & Nano-needling?
Micro-needling and Nano-needling are minimally invasive procedures that can stimulate collagen and elastin production to improve skin texture and elasticity, reduce the signs of fine lines and wrinkles, scars, enlarged pores, sun damage, cellulite, and stretch marks. It is considered safe for those in overall good health.
How are Micro-needling & Nano-needling performed?
Micro-needling utilizes extremely fine, sterile needles to penetrate the skin just enough to stimulate collagen and elastin production without permanent injury to the skin. Nano-needling is a non-invasive transdermal serum delivery system. It is a pain-free method of stimulating the skin by infusing organic, vegan ingredients into the upper layers of the epidermis. This is done using microscopic Nano-needling tips that are thinner than human hair.
Who performs our Micro-needling & Nano-needling services?
At Nature’s Healthway, our Micro-needling and Nano-needling services are performed by our licensed acupuncturist. She is uniquely qualified to perform Micro-needling and Nano-needling due to her in-depth knowledge of Chinese Medicine. Combining these ancient techniques, modern technology, and organic skincare products can enhance health and beauty from the inside out. Body acupuncture can address the internal causes of aging and organ imbalances, which often appear on the face. To provide maximum results, our acupuncturist combines relaxing, restorative acupuncture treatments along with Microneedling and Nano-needling to enhance the effects.
Micro-needling for hair loss?
Studies show that Micro-needling is a safe and promising tool in hair growth stimulation. Aside from collagen production in the skin, it’s thought that Microneedling can also help induce stem cells in the hair follicles that may lead to hair growth. The process of penetrating the skin is thought to regenerate the health of the hair follicles. This can result in new hair growth, or even thicken thinning hair as seen in male pattern baldness. Micro-needling has also been seen to promote the absorption of products used to treat hair loss.
Are there any side effects of Micro-needling and Nano-needling?
There are a few temporary side effects to be aware of. These procedures can cause short-term swelling, redness, and skin flaking, which may last for a couple of days.