Sharon Wahrman, an aesthetician at Quinn Medical Day Spa, recently performed a cosmetic procedure known as microneedling at the facility. The procedure involves a penlike device that’s run over the surface of the skin, making tiny pricks in the outer layers. When those layers heal, collagen is produced, making firmer skin.
Sharon Wahrman, an aesthetician at Quinn Medical Day Spa, recently performed a cosmetic procedure known as microneedling at the facility. The procedure involves a penlike device that’s run over the surface of the skin, making tiny pricks in the outer layers. When those layers heal, collagen is produced, making firmer skin. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com
Sharon Wahrman, an aesthetician at Quinn Medical Day Spa, recently performed a cosmetic procedure known as microneedling at the facility. The procedure involves a penlike device that’s run over the surface of the skin, making tiny pricks in the outer layers. When those layers heal, collagen is produced, making firmer skin. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com

What is microneedling and why is it gaining popularity?

December 02, 2016 08:00 AM

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