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Microneedling with Hyaluronic Acid in Chicago, IL

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Microneedling FAQ

How much does microneedling cost?
During your consultation, we will perform a skin analysis and then develop your custom plan. After this, we will be able to review your treatment costs and the procedure. SkEye Med Spa often offers specials on skin treatment packages, so ask about current deals during your consultation. Usual costs are:

$300 – microneedling procedure

Add-ons:

  • Jelly Mask - $35
  • Ultrasonic Massage - $35
  • High Frequency - $35
  • Skin Tag Removal - $50 per skin tag or $500 for full face

What exactly is microneedling?
Also known as collagen induction therapy, microneedling is a minimally invasive procedure to tighten and rejuvenate your skin. A natural fibrous protein, collagen helps your skin stay supple, smooth, and firm. Over time, your stores of collagen are depleted, and your skin gets thin and loses elasticity. Microneedling makes small skin wounds. These micro-injuries force your skin to generate new skin cell growth and increase collagen production. After a short recovery period, your skin is brighter, firmer, and healthier.

Can I combine other treatments with microneedling?
Yes, you can. Microneedling often pairs with other add-ons and procedures. During your consultation, we can talk about what procedures pair well with microneedling when you are creating your treatment plan.

How many treatments are recommended for optimal results?
Usually, patients receive 3 – 6 sessions to achieve their best results. However, how many treatments you require will depend on the condition of your skin and your goals. Microneedling can be safely performed every 4 – 6 weeks as needed. In your consultation, we will estimate how many treatments you will want based on your skin and goals. When you have reached your goal, we recommend scheduling maintenance treatments every six months.

Is microneedling safe for everyone?
On the whole, microneedling is appropriate for all skin tones and types. Skin injuries created by microneedling are so minor there are rarely side effects after the treatment. Microneedling can be applied to most skin areas, including the face, neck, arms, chest, and legs. Microneedling is not recommended if you've used Accutane recently, as well as if you have herpes simplex, an open wound, or an active skin infection. In addition, you might not be able to get microneedling if you're nursing, pregnant, or undergoing radiation treatments.

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