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Multitrepannic Collagen Actuation
MCA or ‘dry needling’ is a micro-pigmentation technique used to re-pigment hypo-chromic skin and improve the appearance of scars. In some cases the results achieved can alter the landscape of the scar, making elevated scars flatter, contracted scars more flexible and stimulating the epidermis to reinstate melanin production.
A fine needle is used to prick the skin causing trauma to the epidermis layer, this then triggers the skins natural defence mechanism to produce collagen and elastin to help heal the wound. This in turn stimulates the melanocyte cells. This restores the clients natural pigmentation to the area after healing has taken place.
There is little discomfort during the treatment and healing time takes between 5 and 7 days. Clients will need to have follow up treatments.