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Micro-Needling

PROCEDURES | INSTRUMENTS

The idea of this is to stimulate a quantity of tissue, to effect skin regeneration, to activate the REPAIR MODEL, a repair response, for skin that has gone dormant, and maybe senescent. The goal is to build out the look of thinning skin – to build it up with a non-chemically induced stimulation.

Not a bad idea.

A device with an array of needles is rolled over the skin and it pokes holes in it much like you would do to aerate your lawn. If the needles are too long and strike blood you are more than likely going to have an AMAZING INFECTION. The choice of instrument is important to ensure that won’t happen.

But infection, friends, is the biggest drawback and difficult to avoid: it is very difficult to sterilize these devices. You would have to first wash them with dishwashing liquid, or in a dishwasher (better), then soak them in bleach for 24 hours, then hydrogen peroxide for 8 hours, then rise with 90% isopropyl alcohol or better just let them soak in it until the next use.

And that still may not work. Bacterial and viral contamination is a problem.

The other issue is how often do you do this? If you are doing this more frequently than once every three months you are risking big problems.

To minimize infection possibilities and get a good start on healing, coat the device and your skin with vegetable oil during the procedure. Oils do not support microbiologic creatures. Kills them. Much better to use oils than alcohol in this procedure. Though I would also coat the skin with a Betadine solution first (that’s the iodine containing stuff they swab you with before cutting you open and removing your vital parts).

For scars the practice of micro-needling makes sense but only following a period of skin preparation.

Follow this regimen for three months before micro-needling.

1) A 0.5 DROPS or a A 1.0 DROPS (retinol) apply 1x per week

2) 302 DROPS (Avogen 302) apply 2x per week

The purpose and end result of these topicals is to create an organized architecture that is soft and resilient.

DO NOT USE EXFOLIATING ACIDS WITH MICRO-NEEDLING. EVER.

Maintain the same topical program afterward and use REVIVE for cleansing, moisturizing and smooth, cool appearance.

For those who cannot afford medical spa lasers and have scar issues, this option may be worth investigating.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

REFERENCE TOPICS

Micro-Needling

PROCEDURES | INSTRUMENTS

The idea of this is to stimulate a quantity of tissue, to effect skin regeneration, to activate the REPAIR MODEL, a repair response, for skin that has gone dormant, and maybe senescent. The goal is to build out the look of thinning skin – to build it up with a non-chemically induced stimulation.

Not a bad idea.

A device with an array of needles is rolled over the skin and it pokes holes in it much like you would do to aerate your lawn. If the needles are too long and strike blood you are more than likely going to have an AMAZING INFECTION. The choice of instrument is important to ensure that won’t happen.

But infection, friends, is the biggest drawback and difficult to avoid: it is very difficult to sterilize these devices. You would have to first wash them with dishwashing liquid, or in a dishwasher (better), then soak them in bleach for 24 hours, then hydrogen peroxide for 8 hours, then rise with 90% isopropyl alcohol or better just let them soak in it until the next use.

And that still may not work. Bacterial and viral contamination is a problem.

The other issue is how often do you do this? If you are doing this more frequently than once every three months you are risking big problems.

To minimize infection possibilities and get a good start on healing, coat the device and your skin with vegetable oil during the procedure. Oils do not support microbiologic creatures. Kills them. Much better to use oils than alcohol in this procedure. Though I would also coat the skin with a Betadine solution first (that’s the iodine containing stuff they swab you with before cutting you open and removing your vital parts).

For scars the practice of micro-needling makes sense but only following a period of skin preparation.

Follow this regimen for three months before micro-needling.

1) A 0.5 DROPS or a A 1.0 DROPS (retinol) apply 1x per week

2) 302 DROPS (Avogen 302) apply 2x per week

The purpose and end result of these topicals is to create an organized architecture that is soft and resilient.

DO NOT USE EXFOLIATING ACIDS WITH MICRO-NEEDLING. EVER.

Maintain the same topical program afterward and use REVIVE for cleansing, moisturizing and smooth, cool appearance.

For those who cannot afford medical spa lasers and have scar issues, this option may be worth investigating.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

REFERENCE TOPICS

Micro-Needling

PROCEDURES | INSTRUMENTS

The idea of this is to stimulate a quantity of tissue, to effect skin regeneration, to activate the REPAIR MODEL, a repair response, for skin that has gone dormant, and maybe senescent. The goal is to build out the look of thinning skin – to build it up with a non-chemically induced stimulation.

Not a bad idea.

A device with an array of needles is rolled over the skin and it pokes holes in it much like you would do to aerate your lawn. If the needles are too long and strike blood you are more than likely going to have an AMAZING INFECTION. The choice of instrument is important to ensure that won’t happen.

But infection, friends, is the biggest drawback and difficult to avoid: it is very difficult to sterilize these devices. You would have to first wash them with dishwashing liquid, or in a dishwasher (better), then soak them in bleach for 24 hours, then hydrogen peroxide for 8 hours, then rise with 90% isopropyl alcohol or better just let them soak in it until the next use.

And that still may not work. Bacterial and viral contamination is a problem.

The other issue is how often do you do this? If you are doing this more frequently than once every three months you are risking big problems.

To minimize infection possibilities and get a good start on healing, coat the device and your skin with vegetable oil during the procedure. Oils do not support microbiologic creatures. Kills them. Much better to use oils than alcohol in this procedure. Though I would also coat the skin with a Betadine solution first (that’s the iodine containing stuff they swab you with before cutting you open and removing your vital parts).

For scars the practice of micro-needling makes sense but only following a period of skin preparation.

Follow this regimen for three months before micro-needling.

1) A 0.5 DROPS or a A 1.0 DROPS (retinol) apply 1x per week

2) 302 DROPS (Avogen 302) apply 2x per week

The purpose and end result of these topicals is to create an organized architecture that is soft and resilient.

DO NOT USE EXFOLIATING ACIDS WITH MICRO-NEEDLING. EVER.

Maintain the same topical program afterward and use REVIVE for cleansing, moisturizing and smooth, cool appearance.

For those who cannot afford medical spa lasers and have scar issues, this option may be worth investigating.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

REFERENCE TOPICS

Micro-Needling

PROCEDURES | INSTRUMENTS

The idea of this is to stimulate a quantity of tissue, to effect skin regeneration, to activate the REPAIR MODEL, a repair response, for skin that has gone dormant, and maybe senescent. The goal is to build out the look of thinning skin – to build it up with a non-chemically induced stimulation.

Not a bad idea.

A device with an array of needles is rolled over the skin and it pokes holes in it much like you would do to aerate your lawn. If the needles are too long and strike blood you are more than likely going to have an AMAZING INFECTION. The choice of instrument is important to ensure that won’t happen.

But infection, friends, is the biggest drawback and difficult to avoid: it is very difficult to sterilize these devices. You would have to first wash them with dishwashing liquid, or in a dishwasher (better), then soak them in bleach for 24 hours, then hydrogen peroxide for 8 hours, then rise with 90% isopropyl alcohol or better just let them soak in it until the next use.

And that still may not work. Bacterial and viral contamination is a problem.

The other issue is how often do you do this? If you are doing this more frequently than once every three months you are risking big problems.

To minimize infection possibilities and get a good start on healing, coat the device and your skin with vegetable oil during the procedure. Oils do not support microbiologic creatures. Kills them. Much better to use oils than alcohol in this procedure. Though I would also coat the skin with a Betadine solution first (that’s the iodine containing stuff they swab you with before cutting you open and removing your vital parts).

For scars the practice of micro-needling makes sense but only following a period of skin preparation.

Follow this regimen for three months before micro-needling.

1) A 0.5 DROPS or a A 1.0 DROPS (retinol) apply 1x per week

2) 302 DROPS (Avogen 302) apply 2x per week

The purpose and end result of these topicals is to create an organized architecture that is soft and resilient.

DO NOT USE EXFOLIATING ACIDS WITH MICRO-NEEDLING. EVER.

Maintain the same topical program afterward and use REVIVE for cleansing, moisturizing and smooth, cool appearance.

For those who cannot afford medical spa lasers and have scar issues, this option may be worth investigating.

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