Skin needling is the most effective thing you can do to your face

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Skin needling terrifies most people.

But the thing is, if you can handle Fraxel laser treatments, phototherapy or even something as innocent as waxing, you’re probably made of tough stuff that means a simple needle session wouldn’t feel like a thing.

At Laser Clinics Australia, they’ve got the whole process down-packed.

It’s as simple as making a booking and the whole process taking you through from beginning-to-end at the hands of a professional who has inevitably had needling done themselves, and the verdict? It’s the best thing ever.

Skin needling is great because – though at a large enough price tag – you only need to commit once and wait about 14 days before you start to see the results. There are few other options out there when it comes to beauty treatments that yield that kind of turnaround time or result.

Enlarged pores, blemishes, acne scarring, fine lines, whatever; it erases the problem and makes it seem like it never existed.

Basically, the procedure has done away with those horrid-looking needle rollers the technician used to drag along your mug, and instead, involves a little device that looks just like a pen, called the Wireless Tri-M Pen by Skinstitut, the main supplier of Laser Clinics Australia. It’s good.

There are a bunch of needle heads that protrude from the tip and pulsate as light speed (not really, but very fast), as it’s administered to your skin in a methodical pattern. You’re numbed beforehand too, so don’t feel a thing.

The deepest the needles can penetrate is .7mm, which when you think about the thickness of the skin on your face, is pretty deep. But, maximum results demand maximum commitment, so going the whole way is recommended.

Of course, the depth can be changed, so don’t worry.

The purpose is to stimulate the skin’s collagen production to renew the skin and bring out that inner glow. The results speak for themselves.

You can have your own skin needling session done at any Laser Clinics Australia salon and it’ll set you back $350 for the face.

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