For more than 50 years, various communities have been practicing microneedling for its magnificence in treating several types of skin problems. Microneedling has recently become more famous in the modern world because it improves the appearance of scars, boosts collagen, and encourages hair growth from the scalp to the ankles. The process involves using many tiny needles to poke into the first layer of your skin, which in turn rejuvenates your skin by making your body produce more collagen. This promotes healing factors that boost skin strength, radiance, and health while reducing wrinkles, scars, and, fine lines leaving your skin looking vibrant.
In general, after being punctured hundreds of times, your skin will become much stressed and, as a result, will dry out. Therefore, you need to use professional microneedling serums from Dr. Pen that speeds up skin rejuvenation with soothing and calming properties.
Read below to find out some of the best serum ingredients that you should use after the microneedling session.
Also known as hyaluronan, hyaluronic acid is a clear, soft substance that keeps your tissues well lubricated and moist, speeds up the wound healing process, improves skin firmness and elasticity, and reduces the depth of wrinkles and the appearance of fine lines.
Antioxidants are found naturally in food, especially in dark and brightly colored vegetables and fruits, as well as in other foods, including berries, green tea, nuts, some meats, poultry, and fish. These substances prevent or slow some of the damage caused by free radicals by neutralizing them and help in reducing collagen degradation, skin repair, prevent photo-aging, reduce inflammation, and brighten skin tone.
As per experts, vitamin C is one of the safest and most effective nutrients (in low concentration; 8%-15% if your skin tolerates it well). It includes protection against immune system deficiencies and skin problems such as hyperpigmentation, dark spots, and skin wrinkling. It is also involved in many body functions; including the formation of collagen, absorption of iron, wound healing, protection against UV exposure, and skin brightening. Skins that have just undergone microneedling skin treatment are advised not to use vitamin C products with high concentrations (15% and more) as it can irritate the skin.
Peptides, also called polypeptides, are included in many skin care products that help in activating regeneration processes and reducing the appearance of wrinkles. It also stimulates the synthesis of elastin and collagen production that gives firmer and tauter-looking skin, eases inflammation, repairs damaged skin, improves wound healing, and kills bacteria that cause acne.
Usually, ceramides are known to create a barrier to prevent permeability which ultimately helps in locking moisture inside your skin, preventing dryness and irritation. Not only this, the barrier protects your skin against environmental irritants while reducing visible signs of aging and accelerating the wound healing process.
Aloe Vera Gel
Aloe Vera gel is one of the most widely used herbal remedies for various topical skin conditions. It is rich in vitamins and minerals, has soothing and anti-inflammatory properties that protect your skin from sunburn, promotes skin turnover, heals damaged skin, keeps the skin hydrated, improves the appearance of aged skin, has a cooling effect, and helps relieve some pain.
To Sum Up
The new Hydra Pen from Dr. Pen is a new generation of automatic serum applicators that uses innovative technology in the field of aesthetics to promote beautiful healthy skin, from the comfort of your home. The microneedlingdermapen is here to stimulate a healthy glow, collagen boosting, reduce wrinkles, acne scars, and stretch marks from your skin. So give your skin the special attention it needs with the professional microneedling serums from Dr. Pen, developed on the basis of the highest American Standards.