Auto Micro needling cost about 150 to 300USD per treatment. The minimum costs of aggressive laser therapy are about $500 dollar per treatment for the smallest area of your skin, for a whole body or face could be much more.
Microneedling does not use thermal heat unlike Lasers, it is safe to use on all skin types and all skin colors . There is no risk of post-inflammatory hyper-pigmentation.
However, it can cause red bumpy patches for the next 2 days after the procedure, but this is due to the skin releasing toxins or old collagen fibers from the below surface of the skin. Micro-needle creates pores in the skin at about and does not burn the skin to promote collagen growth. It does promote the skin’s natural healing process.
Laser treated skin can cause permanent burns and injuries , especially for people with deeply pigmented skin might have a permanent lighter color on the area treated in laser or un-even skin tone. Burned skin reduces the protection of the body from resisting bacterial infections since it heals for a longer time and the skin’s natural moisture is lost.
Laser treated skin gets burned up, and a person who went thru the procedure should not to go directly or avoid staying under the sun even walking on the streets alone.
Auto microneedle treatment does not induce sun-sensitivity since it is being done by micro-needling.
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Please ensure that you follow all of the correct guidelines when it comes to disposing of your already used needles. Used needle can pass disease and other infections on to persons if the needle was to be reused. Also never carry the needle with the insulin kept attached to it, as in doing this you may affect the accuracy of the dose, which the needle will deliver when the time comes to inject your medication. You should also use a different injection site, each time you are to administer a dose. Make sure that each injection site is a minimum of 1 inch away from the last injection site. You should attempt to use all available injection sites on a specific area of your body before moving to another part of the skin.