Human skin is delicate and with the growth in the sheer number and severity of threats to its health and appearance, it is no surprise that revolutionary treatments continue to develop and be made available for the general public. It is also no surprise that the popularity of these treatments continues to grow, especially as many of them are now relatively pain-free and have minimal recovery periods.
With pollution and other environmental factors, poor diets and lack of hydration, and the stresses and strains of busy modern life all playing their part in inflicting wear and tear on people’s skin – especially on the face – the proliferation of non-invasive, non-surgical treatments has been a welcome boost for people concerned about their appearance. And with the continued existence of more naturally-occurring conditions, such as rosacea, acne and dry skin, there is a near-permanent need for innovative solutions.
One approach is microneedling, which is a treatment that can be used to address a number of skin conditions, including acne scars, melasma, pigmentation, stretch marks, wrinkles and dryness. It tackles these issues through the stimulation of the body’s natural processes. Tiny needles are used to prick microscopic holes in the affected areas of the skin, which causes the natural reaction of collagen being produced to repair the ‘damaged’ skin. This repair and restore process creates new and fresh-looking skin, which has also received a hydration boost from the collagen. Studies have also shown it can be an effective way of addressing balding.
Canada MedLaser is a cosmetic and beauty treatment clinic that offers numerous non-invasive treatments for a range of skin conditions. It can cater to all needs, whether those are to restore damaged or unhealthy skin or to simply freshen up and revitalise skin for an extra youthful look. For anyone looking for microneedling in Toronto, Canada MedLaser offers this service – and provides a comprehensive overview of the effects of microneedling before and after on its website.
Microneedling is also known as collagen induction therapy and it originated in North American plastic surgery circles at the end of the 1990s. Its focus on encouraging natural processes in the body, including the retention of the skin’s water level to maintain a healthy hydrated state, has led to a surge in popularity among a public that has been long deterred by the options of painful surgery or the use of chemical processes.
Canada MedLaser tailors the treatment of each patient according to their skin type, concern and required results. There is a combination of different products used during the treatment, including a 93% Hyalronic Acid Gel, and although skin penetration is minimal during treatment, the clinic applies its skincare treatment Vivier Pharma to boost the final results and ensure comfort. And although pain is very slight, to ensure maximum comfort the clinic also applies a numbing cream – tiny pinpoint bleeding is also possible, but will not last any longer than 30 minutes. Mild scabbing is also to be expected during the first week after treatment.
About Canada MedLaser
They are staffed by qualified professionals whose credentials meet national requirements, with only fully licensed procedures taking place and all staff having undergone specialized training. Canada MedLaser offer a full range of skin procedures for an array of conditions, including Microblading, Microdermabrasion and Toenail Fungus treatment.
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