Needling: another facial treatment for which Anestop can be useful
Anestop can play a very important role during a lot of aesthetic treatments. In this regard, this article continue to talk about micro facial cosmetic surgery to explain the effectiveness of Anestop gel.
The peeling is one of the most popular techniques, but in the last years even Needling is getting a lot of success. The Needling is a new generation treatment that stimulates the production of collagen and elastin in the skin. Also in this case, we talk about a treatment that involves the use of a roller covered by small needles, (their length depend on the application to be performed), to obtain a micro-perforatio of the deeper layers of the area to be treated. By causing thousands of micro-perforatio through the epidermis to the top of the dermis, it is possible to generate an important and complex stimulus. In fact, the stimulus caused by micro-perforatio produces both the activation of the epidermal cells and those of the dermis.
The Needling technique can often be painful and here Anestop acts with all the benefits of its components, blocking the conduction of the nervous impulse. For this reasons, Anestop is the leader in topical anaesthesia, its use is tested successfully so recommended. Dexpanthenol in combination with three very effective anaesthetics like Amithocaine, Propitocaine and Lignocaine bind to and block the sodium channels in the nerve membrane. The pain message is not trasmitted to the brain. So the result for the patient is very positive in term of comfort and of pleasant sensations. To get this, Anestop should be applied in the area to be treated, properly cleaned, three times within 30 minutes, so that the anesthetic effect is guaranteed. Then it is sufficient to remove the cream and disinfect the affected area in order to proceed with the treatment.
The needling performed on the face is aimed at slowing down the aging of the skin, also aims to treat annoying imperfections: skin wrinkles, acne scars, hypertrophic scars and sun spots, wrinkles, ephelides, actinic and seborrheic keratoses. How does the needle work on the skin? The stimulus caused by microperforation acts making the skin more toned, thus regressing minor wrinkles or lines caused by laxity. The same stimulus reduces the areas of little vascularization or pigmentation to spots caused by sun damage, and using longer needles can reduce the scars of acne or other scars and excessive porosity of the skin.
The needling technique is proving very successful, naturally for the objectives that arises and that are successfully achieved; secondarily for effectiveness, safety and a exlplmore immediate recovery compared to the techniques of peeling. In fact, the chemical peeling acts differently using chemical substance that cause an accelerated form of exfoliation. A very superficial peeling accelerates the natural exfoliation of the stratum corneum, while a peeling that acts at a deeper level creates necrosis and inflammation in the epidermis. The needling is less invasive, guarantees less recovery time and even smaller complications. Furthermore, post-treatment is simple, immediate and long-lasting results. The skin immediately appears more toned and luminous, thanks to the stimulus that leads to the production of collagen. This is why it represents a very valid alternative to other more aggressive and invasive medical-aesthetic treatments.
Also in this case, the correct utilization of Anestop is very important, because it is responsible to maintaining a high level of hydration of the horn layer. Dexpanthenol reduces the transepidermic waterloss, stabilizes the normal hidrolipidic cloak and the barrier function of the skin to the penetration of irritating substances and microorganisms helping to prepare the skin for the treatments, protecting the skin against the irritation and giving an anti-inflammatory indirect action.