The Most Cost-Effective Age-Reversing Treatment

  • Posted on: Oct 17 2018
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Looking younger can be expensive. I get it. Botox and fillers can cost $500 or more per session. Laser treatments can cost in the several thousands of dollars. And surgery is much more. So what is the most cost-effective, in-office treatment that actually works to turn back aging?


Simply put, this treatment uses a powered, hand-held device that creates micropunctures to the skin. This results in a controlled trauma to the skin that causes the collagen to rejuvenate and the skin to look smoother and feel tighter afterwards.

In addition, these tiny holes can act as temporary conduits to allow anti-aging serums to penetrate to the deep skin. Growth factors are primarily used, either in the form of your own blood or in a pure serum. These growth factors are applied to the surface, seep into the tiny puncture holes, and rejuvenate the skin from the inside out.

Microneedling is usually quite pain-free, and downtime varies depending on how aggressive the session is. I ideally recommend three treatments spaced approximately six weeks apart. although most patients see a nice change after just one treatment.

If you’re looking for an easy but effective way to rejuvenate your skin, then you might want to look into microneedling with application of growth factor!

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