Hold Back the Signs of Aging With Microneedling

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Microneedling, or collagen induction therapy, is an effective treatment for those dealing with lines and wrinkles or other signs of aging or skin damage.

The treatment process stimulates your body’s natural wound healing processes. This causes cell turnover and increases the formation of collagen and elastin fibers to rejuvenate your skin and hold off the signs of aging.

Collagen and Elastin

The way that microneedling works is through the stimulation of collagen and elastin fiber formation, which are key components of youthful-looking skin. This treatment is a powerful way to stop aging in its tracks by preventing the formation of new wrinkles.

By stimulating the formation of new skin cells, microneedling treatment sessions can significantly minimize fine lines, deep wrinkles, and crow’s feet. It uses your own body’s natural healing mechanisms, so you will see results that are quite soft and natural.


Microneedling offers numerous benefits and advantages. It is helpful for the minimization of aging signs like wrinkles, lines, and age spots. It can not only slow down the aging process, but it can partially reverse previous damage.

One of the key advantages to microneedling over many other anti-aging treatments is its ability to be effective while not require incisions. The less damage we do to your skin temporarily, the faster your skin will heal and remodel itself. This also means that you can resume your normal daily activities more quickly.

Multiple Treatments

Microneedling treatments often work better when they are performed in a series. Unless you have extremely mild aging signs, you would likely benefit from multiple sessions.

A consultation with our team is the best way to determine if microneedling is right for you as well as develop the treatment plan that is best for you and your goals.

To learn more about microneedling, contact us today at Madonna OBGYN and Medical Spa and schedule your consultation! We have offices in Geneseo and Rochester, New York.