Skin Needling is a minimally invasive technique that boosts your skin's production of collagen and elastin, two of the most important substances in maintaining plump, youthful, glowing skin. A series of skin needling is recommended to prepare skin for Areola micro-pigmentation.

as it improves texture of surgical scars. 


Other benefits: boost collagen, or encourage hair growth, microneedling can offer a minimally invasive solution. The practice dates back to 1995, but has gained significant traction in recent years thanks to new technology.


Per Session $350

Three Sessions $900

Six Sessions $1500

Skin Needling Membership $150 (Monthly)

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Frequently asked questions

What Imperfections Can Be Treated With Skin Needling?

This treatment is used for improving scars. Recommended to prep skin prior to areola micropigmentation. Other benefits: Fine Lines Texture Improvement Acne Scars Photo-Aging Facial Scar Revision Stretch Marks Body Scar Revisions Enlarged Pores Lip Lines Hair Loss and Balding

What should I expect during the procedure?

The practitioner will first clean your skin thoroughly. You may then have a numbing cream applied to your skin to help you stay relaxed and comfortable during the procedure. The microneedling pen is used over your skin. The needles penetrate the upper layer of skin. After the microneedling procedure is complete, a serum cocktain with hyaluronic acid is applied to the treatment area to help the skin heal and provide hydration.

What will I look like after the procedure?

Some redness is normal immediately after the procedure, but it fades quickly. By 48 hours after the microneedling process, the skin should return to normal. You may also experience some areas of slight pin-prick bleeding as well.

Does it hurt?

It is normal to experience a little discomfort during the procedure. We use a topical anasthetic creme prior to the procedure to alleviate any discomfort. Most clients rate the the dicomfort level a 2 out of a 10.

Who should avoid this procedure?

While microneedling is considered a safe procedure, there are some people who should avoid or postpone treatment. Individuals who are currently pregnant or breastfeeding should postpone treatment. Current open wounds or abrasions on the treatment area are also a reason to delay treatment. Anyone who has received radiation therapy to the skin within the previous 12 months is not a candidate for this procedure. Individuals with current skin infections or herpes simplex in the treatment area should not receive treatment. Lastly, individuals who have a history of healing poorly, or developing hypertrophic or keloid scars should not undergo microneedling.If you have been on Accutane in the past year you should avoid this treatment.

When will I see results?

Most people see results after their first treatment. Treatments can be repeated every four to six weeks. The number of treatments depends on the individuals goals, and treatments can be repeated until the client is happy with the results. Generally, three treatments, spaced four to six weeks apart, are used for general skin firming and tone improving reasons. For scar reduction, three to six treatments are often required.