Choosing the Right Needle Length and Pressure for Optimal Results

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For Hair

  1. 0.5 mm:
    • Purpose: Enhances serum absorption , rejuvenates hair follicles and increases blood flow.
    • Frequency of Use: Safe for use once or twice a week.

  1. 1.0 mm:
    • Purpose: addresses hair thinning and alopecia, stimulates the scalp more deeply, promotes new hair growth 
    • Frequency of Use: Generally used once every 10-14 days.

  1. 1.5 mm:
    • Purpose: used for severe cases of hair loss 
    • Frequency of Use: Once every 3-4 weeks

For Skin

  1. 0.5 mm:
    • Purpose: Enhances collagen production, improving skin texture and tone.
    • Frequency of Use: Can be used 2-3 times a week.

  1. 0.75 mm-1mm:
    • Purpose: Addresses deeper wrinkles and mild scars, promotes better collagen production.
    • Frequency of Use: Once every 1-2 weeks.

  1. 1.5 mm-2mm:
    • Purpose: Used for deep scars, stretch marks, and severely damaged skin,  promotes extensive tissue remodeling.

  • Frequency of Use: Not more than once every 4-6 weeks.

  1. 3.0 mm:
    • Purpose: for reconstructing heavily scarred skin or deeply pitted areas.
    • Frequency of Use: generally every 6 to 12 months.

Adjust pressure based on your hair and skin's response, using the kind of pressure you use while holding a pen or like a firm handshake. For specific depths:

  • 0.25mm is ideal for healing the epidermis.
  • 0.5mm to 2.75mm effectively target multiple layers of the dermis.
  • 3mm penetrates into the subcutaneous tissue for deeper treatment.

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