Tag: microneedling machine

How to Get Rid of Dark Circles Around Your Eyes

Most of us have woken in the morning to a hideous sight: dark circles under our eyes. Apart from hiding our head under a pillow all day, there are things we can do to alleviate the appearance of dark circles around your eyes. In this blog post by leading microneedling equipment provider, MDPen, we’ll offer

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MicroNeedling Training Courses

Are you the owner or manager of a spa, an aesthetician, or a medical practitioner who is interested in adding microneedling to your practice? MDPen, a leading supplier of microneedling machines such as MDPen’s Dual Cordless/Electric Micro Needling or MDPen’s Electric Micro Needling, offers training courses online and in-person workshops, so you can become certified

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Give the Gift of Beauty this Holiday Season

The holiday season is upon us. The trees are bare. Snowflakes may have already graced your yard. Winter boots have been dragged out. Sweater weather is becoming fully entrenched. Winter tires are put on your car or truck. Ski trips are being planned. Little ones are dreaming of playing in the snow and building snowmen

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Does MicroNeedling Tighten The Skin?

One of the most common skin health-related questions is, “how can I tighten my skin?” It’s not unusual for people to desire tight skin because it tends to be smoother and more youthful looking. However, it’s a common misconception that loose, and sometimes saggy skin is only associated with aging. Which would also explain why

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Skin Care And Photosensitivity

We’ve all been told since we were little how important it is to wear sunscreen when we go out in the sun. It may seem redundant, but it’s an important message that far too many people ignore until it’s too late. Additionally, if you’re someone who’s photosensitive, you may be at an even higher risk

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MicroNeedling Vs Acupuncture

One of the most important parts of maintaining healthy-looking skin is maintaining your collagen levels. Collagen is essentially the structural component of your skin, allowing it to maintain its shape and avoid becoming wrinkly or sagging. The problem is that as we age, collagen production starts to slow down, and what little collagen we do

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