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 -An advanced microneedling technique developed as a minimally invasive approach to improving skin quality and appearance, stimulating collagen and restructuring elastin. The Ageless MD skincare clinic in Miami is proud to offer collagen induction therapy to all of our clients. This restructuring reconnects depleted and broken down collagen and elastin, restoring your youthful skin.

MICRO-NEEDLING

PREPARING FOR MICRONEEDLING TREATMENT FROM OUR SOUTH MIAMI SKINCARE CLINIC

  • Avoid the use of Retinol or Retin A products for 1 month prior to treatment

  • Avoid use of blood thinning agents such as NSAIDS (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs like Aspirin, Motrin, Advil, Ibuprofen or any other non—Tylenol, non-acetaminophen product) or Fish Oil capsules for 1 week prior to your appointment. 

  • If you have a history of fever blisters (cold sores), we recommend taking an anti-viral medication starting 1 day prior to your treatment. Follow your prescription instructions post procedure. See your provider if you require a prescription. 

  • Avoid scheduling your RF collagen induction therapy treatment until you are 6-12 weeks after any invasive laser treatment (i.e. CO2, Fraxel, Erbium, Halo) 

  • For patient receiving a scalp treatment (for a brow lift), avoid coloring or perming your hair one week before your treatment.

  • Avoid tanning beds or prolonged sun exposure 4 days prior to treatment.  

  • It is safe to exercise prior to your appointment. You may eat and drink as normal.

  • NO blood thinning medication(NSAIDS) one week before your appointment.

  • NO chemical peels- four weeks before treatment.

  • NO topical acids, retinol, Retin-A, or any exfoliating treatment two weeks prior.

  • NO invasive laser treatments six to twelve weeks appointment.

If you have a history of cold sores, let our Miami skincare clinic staff know so we can prescribe medication to avoid an out break.

USE a mineral based (zinc oxide) SPF of 30 or higher sunscreen to protect your skin from sun damage, at least two weeks before treatment.