MicroNeedling

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Mechanical Exfoliation Vs. MicroNeedling

…Defining the Difference

Derma this, Micro that…confusing? The variety of treatments, devices and products available to aestheticians for skin rejuvenation can be daunting to many clients who are seeking to select the most appropriate treatment for their skincare needs and goals. Which will be most effective and which may just be the latest gimmick? Buyer beware takes on a whole new meaning in the world of Google…information overload has officially arrived! The key to skin rejuvenation—whether it ...

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What is a Vampire Facial ® vs. Vampire Facelift ®?

The Vampire Facial ® and Vampire Facelift ® are protected by US Patent & Trademark Law. They are trademarked medical procedures developed by Charles Runels, MD. Only providers who “pay to play” can utilize these trademarked brands, all other practitioners outside of the Runels network refer to this same procedures using other descriptive terminologies. As with any industry, those first to market with the latest and greatest seem to become the default nomenclature much like “Xerox” copiers and “Kleenex” ...

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MicroNeedling Video

MicroNeedling is a popular procedure used to stimulate collagen and rejuvenate skin.  Though this is a non-surgical treatment it should only be performed by a properly trained and licensed medical Aesthetician (LMA) as opposed to a spa Esthetician.  What’s the difference?  Aestheticians are trained in advanced skincare techniques and overall skin care.  Estheticians are workers skilled in giving beauty treatments like basic facials. In some states both are licensed, but not equally qualified.

In this video, our own Maxine MacGwyre, Licensed ...

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MicroNeedling ~ A Non-surgical Collagen Booster

Collagen Stimulation Therapy also known as MicroNeedling is quickly becoming one of the most popular procedures for skin resurfacing, despite the initial shock value of a skincare treatment involving needles. Why? Because this treatment is proving highly valuable in its ability to improve the appearance of fine lines, acne scars and the overall appearance of the skin.

A study¹ of 480 patients treated over a 10-year period of time showed a 60–80% increase in collagen and elastin, ...

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