Microneedling therapy is known as collagen induction therapy. Collagen is a vitamin we have seen often in shampoos in recent years. It has various important roles, such as giving structure to your skin and helping your blood to clot.
Collagen is also one of the most common vitamins in your body. Collagen one of the major building blocks of bones, muscles, tendons, skin, and ligaments, and it is also found in many other body parts, including blood vessels corneas, and teeth.
Micro-needling is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that’s used to treat skin concerns via collagen production. This therapy can help you to minimize the appearance of acne marks and stretch scars.
Basically, micro-needling therapy affects boosting collagen production in the skin. Thus, some surgeons suggest that you can use micro-needling therapy to treat your hair loss problems.
Micro-needling therapy can help to regenerate the health of your hair follicles. It can result in new hair growth, or it can thicken thinning hair as seen in male pattern baldness.
You may wonder are there any side-effects of micro-needling. Yes, there are some side effects of collagen induction therapy like other hair loss treatments, such as bruising, redness, swelling, and pain.
All in all, if you are suffering from hair loss or baldness problems you can use micro-needling. Using this method, you can increase the collagen production in the hair follicles and thus have healthier hair and this method can cost from $200 to $700. However, there is no definitive evidence that this method is effective.