Nano vs. Microneedling

By now, you’ve probably heard of Microneedling in Dallas, TX!  Microneedling quickly rose to fame when several celebrities posted photos of themselves getting the treatment.  The exposure they gave the procedure quickly educated the average consumer about its benefits and professional skin care studios across the country began offering Microneedling to the masses.

I’ve been offering Microneedling in Dallas, TX since 2014 and have taken an Advanced Clinical Microneedling Course with world renowned doctor Lance Setterfield. Clients love the results they are seeing.  Because it’s been so successful, I added Nano Infusion Treatments to my service menu.  To the average person, the two treatments may sound similar, so I’m going to break down the difference between Nano Infusion Treatments and Microneedling.  Then I’ll provide some information that might help you determine which is right for you.

What is Microneedling?

During a Microneedling procedure, I use a pen-like tool that has tiny needles on the tip.  I make very subtle micro-injuries with the tool throughout the areas we are treating.  This kick starts the skin to begin your body’s natural healing process, which also increases collagen and elastin production.  The ultimate goal is to encourage skin rejuvenation which in turn improves the appearance of:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Skin texture
  • Facial scars
  • Hyperpigmentation, age spots and sun spots
  • Stretch marks

What is a Nano Infusion Treatment?

Nano Infusion Treatment

The Nano Infusion Treatment uses a similar looking tool, but instead of needles, the tip contains silicone tips.  When these tips touch your face, they create tiny channels in the top layer of the skin.  While these tiny channels are invisible to the naked eye, they are generously opening up your skin cells to absorb professional strength serums that can improve a number of skin care concerns such as:

  • Prematurely aging skin
  • Dehydration
  • Dull or lackluster skin complexions

What is the difference between the two?

The two procedures are actually pretty different.  Microneedling relies on your body’s own natural healing abilities to produce results paired with very specific home care.  Nano Infusion relies on professional grade serums to get the job done.  Both are safe, effective and yield beautiful results with minimal down time.

How should I choose?

To determine which procedure you should try, I suggest starting with your goals.  Decide what you really want to get out of a treatment.  From there, schedule a consultation with me!  We can talk about your goals and I can help you determine which treatment will be the most effective.  In many cases, I can pair treatment options together to give an even better end result.  So, let’s talk about what you want to improve on your skin and let’s get to work!

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