Microneedling has become highly popular in recent years due to its ability to enhance the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and scars by puncturing the skin with tiny needles. While microneedling was previously only available in medical settings, at-home microneedling devices such as Dr. Pen have gained popularity, allowing individuals to perform the treatment safely at home or by a professional. However, it is essential to note that not all at-home microneedling devices are created equal. Purchasing a counterfeit device can be both dangerous and ineffective.
You’ve just got a new microneedling pen and a new cartridge, and now you are ready for your first microneedling session. Or, you plan to restart your microneedling routine after a long time because your skin needs that little TLC.
Chances are, you will need a handy guide to help you with what to do before you begin the microneedling session.
Breakouts suck. Most people will experience some form of acne in their lifetime either in their teens or as adults, so what actually causes it and why do we get it? Or, more importantly - how can we actually prevent it?