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Thank you for choosing Annie for your treatment! The purpose of Microneedling is to create micro-channels in the skin allowing the infusion of active ingredients (such as peptides & Hyaluronic Acid) to penetrate deeply and effectively into the dermis, nourishing the skin and stimulating the regrowth of collagen and elastin fibers. A series of 3 to 6 treatments are recommended for best results. It is meant to target scarring, texture, lines and wrinkles. -$175 Per treatment. book a skincare consultation to see about our package deals.

Microneedling is an advanced treatment, your Aesthetician must be professionally trained and hold an advanced aesthetics license.


Does it hurt? Will I bleed?

Annie uses numbing cream to ensure a painless treatment. You may experience pinpoint bleeding but you will not be left with a bloody face.

How long does it take?

45 Minutes. Do your intake form online ahead of time to save time!

Will I need to take off work? Is there any downtime?

Downtime varies from person to person and depends on the intensity of the treatment. You are able to work the next day no problem. Keep in mind, immediately after treatment your skin will be red, flushed and may appear sunburned. You will not be able to workout or apply makeup for the rest of the day. The redness subsides about 8-12 hours after treatment. For about 1-2 days after treatment your skin may be slightly swollen. For about 1-7 days you may experience minor itching and minor dry flaking of the skin. Most clients love Microneedling because it hardly has any downtime!

What results will I see?

Most clients notice a difference the next day! Skin will feel much smoother, texture will be diminished, lines will be minimized.  The skin rapidly repairs in the days after the treatment, yet you can still see improving results up to 3 months after treatment! Collagen and elastin fibers will rebuild and give you new younger skin. This treatment gives clients that "glass skin".

How long do the results last?

When new collagen is produced it remains for years and years. Making Microneedling extremely effective, especially considering how cost friendly and quick treatment is!

One Microneedling session produces as much collagen and elastin as your skin does naturally in one year.

What are the risks?

Infections after Microneedling are very rare. The aftercare instructions below tell you exactly how to care for the skin so that you heal perfectly! Annie uses a new needle every single time and takes every measure to ensure a safe and sterile environment. Annie holds an Advanced Aesthetician License, has been certified three times in Microneedling and is also a Microneedling educator herself.

Do I need to stop using active ingredients in my skincare before treatment?

Annie will be able to answer any specific questions you have about your current regimen. You will need to be off Retinols, Tretinoin, Clindamycin and other prescribed creams for about one week. You will need to be off Accutane for atleast 6 months. 

Still not sure? Don't take my word for it!

Microneedling Aftercare

  • After treatment do NOTHING. Do not wash, do not apply moisturizer. Wait to wash and moisturize the skin the following day.

  • Wash with Jade Hydrating Aloe Cleanser using your fingers only. Gently massage the face with lukewarm water. Do not use products that strip the skin barrier (such as foaming cleansers). Do not scrub, use a wash cloth, Clarisonic brush or any exfoliating products for at least 3 days after treatment. 

  • Remember your skin is an open wound for the first 12-24 hours, change your pillowcase, only touch your skin with clean hands and avoid any contamination on the treated areas.

  • Use plenty of moisturizer to keep skin hydrated and protected. Ask Annie for her recommendation if you do not have the appropriate products.

  • Avoid sun exposure to the treatment areas for 30 days. Apply Sapphire Soothing Day Cream at least 30 minutes prior to sun exposure and repeat after every two hours of sun exposure. Avoid pore clogging/chemical sunscreens.

  • Makeup may be applied 12 hours after treatment but avoid it if possible for 24+ hours.

  • A cold compress may be used after treatment for comfort, make sure the ice pack is wrapped in a clean disposable paper towel. If neck or décolletage is treated, the redness might last slightly longer. Taking Benadryl can help to reduce itching or redness.

  • Do not exercise for 24 hours after treatment. 

  • Avoid saunas, steam rooms, hot baths or showers until redness is gone.

  • Avoid waxing, facials, botox, injectable fillers or any other skin care treatment two weeks after treatment. 

  • New cell regeneration requires at least 8 glasses of water a day (if you already drink that- increase by 2 glasses)

  • Skin will be red and flushed after treatment, pinpoint bleeding may occur, bruising is common but will heal quickly. Flaking and swelling can occur for 1-5 days following the treatment.

  • If skin becomes painful, very swollen, or gets worse please notify Annie immediately at 702-608-6252 . Any further questions please reach out!

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