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Skin needling is an advanced technique in which a dermatologist or aesthetician uses a tiny needle to puncture the skin to release its natural healing process and stimulate collagen production. 

Although it's not something you should try at home, this article will give you an overview of what micro-needling is, how it can help your skin, and the potential side effects. You can get more details about micro-needling treatment via

What is micro skin needling?

Micro skin needling is a type of acupuncture that uses very small needles to stimulate specific points on the skin.

The needles are inserted into the skin through small, hair-like projections called “needles” (also called “stingers” or “pincers”). The needling results in mild pain, which stimulates the body to release endorphins – natural painkillers.

Micro skin needling is often used to treat conditions such as chronic pain, neck pain, back pain, headaches, tension headaches, menstrual cramps, and sports injuries.

What to expect after getting micro skin needling: Most people experience mild pain following micro skin needling. Some people may feel a tingling sensation or warmth at the site of the needle insertion. Some people may experience redness or swelling at the site of the needle insertion. 

Micro skin needling is not associated with any serious side effects and most people experience no lasting effects.

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