Stabbing Your Face To Promote The Natural Healing Process Is Becoming The Norm
The new process is called ‘Micro-Needling’ and it’s taking the world by storm. Little needle pricks coming from a roller consisting of 200 fine surgical steel needles are inflicted on the desired area. This in turn creates hundreds of small “controlled wounds”. Your body then reacts to these “controlled injuries” by producing new collagen and elastin, which in practice improves skin texture and firmness, as well as reduces scars, pore size, and stretch marks. The results speak for themselves, but is it really the best option?
Common Reasons For Needling Are The Relief of Cellulite And Acne Scars
Based on available research, MicroNeedling has been shown to help with scaring and cellulite in many cases, but it is warned to not be over done. It’s common sense really. Stabbing yourself too much will have adverse health effects…but used reasonably Micro-Needling can produce some great results.
“There’s not enough research to support a recommendation to use such tools as part of an anti-aging routine” – Paula’s Choice
Do you think this is an overly extreme measure to produce our standard of beauty? Have we given up on traditional lotions and resorted to self infliction? No doubt people get results, but it emphasizes beauty is pain. Is this something we want to continue to promote?
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