Microneedling Protocol

  • Cleanse with Probiotic Cleanser

    Degrease face with Purely Primed 

    Apply topical numbing cream for 20-30 mins

    Wrap face with saran wrap to ensure deeper penetration of numbing cream

    Wipe face clean of all numbing cream

    Purely Prime again

    Apply (Meso Inhibitor or Meso Pigment Serum) to area where your starting Microneedling 

    Start at .5 for first pass

    2nd pass 1.0

    3rd pass 1.5

    (Apply serum with every pass)

    wipe down with cold water 

    Apply peel or enzyme very lightly

    No more than 2 layers

    After 5 mins wipe down with cool water

    wipe down with  Ph Recovery Mist


    Pore size, skin texture, fine lines, minor scaring, and crepe skin can be treated with a

     shallow needle depth (approximately 0.5mm).

    • Fine lines, mild stretch marks, and scaring may be treated with a medium needle

     depth (approximately 1.0 mm).

    • Deep acne scarring, surgical and deeper scars, wrinkles, pore size, stretch marks, 

    and skin texture can be treated with the deepest needle 1.5 and 2.0 if your not doing a peel 

    Traditional microneedling uses a handled “pen” or “roller” with tiny

     needles to glide over the skin.  on the other hand, 

    “energizes” the needles by adding radiofrequency energy. This “energized”

     needles hastens the effects of the traditional microneedling and sends heat

     to the underlying skin to improve skin tightening. That RF energy makes it 

    different from the conventional microneedling in a few ways.

    With the traditional microneedling, only the top layers of the skin are being treated. 

    With RF, however, the effects can go deeper. The RF energy delivered by the RF Microneedling can, therefore, address the deeper dermal layer of the skin. 

    This helps stimulate the production of collagen and elastin, tightening the skin.

    Microneedling, in general, treats wrinkles since it triggers collagen growth. Yet,

     with RF microneedling, the process of collagen production is being boosted

     because of the heat from the RF energy that reaches underlying skin layers. 

    As such, RF microneedling can address severe lines 

    and wrinkles that traditional microneedling may not be able to treat.

    RF microneedling also brings better results compared to traditional microneedling when

     it comes to scars. Acne scars and other blemishes create thick, rough patches of 

    damaged skin. The damaged skin may be too challenging to deal with the traditional 

    puncturing of needles. This is why you would need the RF microneedling. 

    The RF energy from the needles can break up those tough patches of damaged skin. 

    thicker scars can be treated bycontrolling the intensity of the RF device. 

    Another benefit of RF microneedling is that it has the power to even out skin tone. The

     radiofrequency component downregulates the action of melanin (the brown pigment in

     the skin). The decrease in melanin has the overall effect of evening skin tone. 

    The procedure for PRP microneedling is similar to tra

    with the enhancement of adding platelet rich plasma. While you are getting the

     microneedling, we also apply PRP to the skin. Platelets are one of the components of

     blood, located in the plasma and are vital for healing injuries. PRP microneedling is

     most commonly used for facial rejuvenation, but can also be used on the neck, chest,

     or hands.

    Pros of PRP Microneedling

    • Boosts the effects of traditional microneedling
    • Allows deeper penetration of nutrients
    • Minimizes duration of post-treatment redness and swelling

    Microneedling serums

    EGF and hyaluronic acid serums stimulates collagen and elastin to improve skin texture

     and elasticity (smoothing the appearance of wrinkles). By growing new cells, it strengthens

     the skin's barrier – meaning it can hold on to moisture better and maintain optimal levels 

    of hydration.