In ancient China, the development of acupuncture began and matured as a therapy to keep the empresses and emperors looking young and healthy, with the goal being they would live prosperous long lives. Jump forward a few thousand years and we have the modern equivalent in the form of microneedling, which is a natural progression from facial needling that has been done for millennia.
How is Microneedling Beneficial?
Not only will microneedling stimulate collagen and elastin production on the face, neck, decolletage, and back of hands, when applied to the hairline and scalp it can promote head hair growth. Combine any microneedling treatment with a specialized plant-based serum you will receive the best possible treatment to rejuvenate your skin and get your hair growing!
Microneedling for Hair Growth
Microneedling to promote hair growth is particularly beneficial for cases of age, stress, or chemotherapy-induced hair loss. And now, in our clinical practices, we are seeing post-Covid hair loss, which is another condition where microneedling has proven to be highly beneficial.
Finding a Licensed Healthcare Provider
When looking for a microneedling service it is important that you find someone who is a credentialed licensed healthcare practitioner and who has clinical experience in the various conditions that can lead to premature aging and hair loss. Premature aging can be caused by stress, health conditions, environmental factors, and genetics. Understanding exactly what is going on systemically is incredibly important when treating the whole person. The goal is to have you feeling good from the inside, which shows up as looking great on the outside.
Whether you are coming in for a Microneedling or Nanoneedling session, Facial Acupuncture, or Light Therapy for skin health, Dr. Cannon will assess your overall health and wellness and provide additional support in the form of acupuncture, botanical formulations, or dietary recommendations specific to your presentation.
If you would like to learn more and find out which of the modalities would be best for you, please contact Dr. Cannon directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org.