Getting the Best Micro and/or Nano-Infusing Results: 3 Skincare Tips
Micro and/or nano-infusing treatments are quickly becoming the most innovative, non-surgical way to treat a variety of skin issues. Nano-infusing in particular is also non-invasive, which cannot be said for micro-channeling or infusing. The target concerns include uneven skin tone or hyperpigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles, enlarged pores, stretch marks, acne and acne scarring, sunspots, or skin that has simply lost some of its plump and lustrous glow.
No matter what treatment you are seeking, nano-infusing has proven an effective alternative to microneedling and chemical peels. That is because the process promotes skin rejuvenation like nothing else. While micro/nano-infusion treatments are all the rage, one stands alone, the award-winning NanoFusion. Nano-infusion delivers superior results, unlocking your skin’s true potential. There are a few tricks you can keep up your sleeve to take these treatments to the next level.
1. Before Your Nano-Infusion Session
When you are booking your NanoFusion treatment, you will most likely be advised on some before-care tips to get the most out of your session. That is because the NanoFusion pen uses rounded nano-pyramids at the tip to create nano-channels across your skin. While the procedure is not as invasive as some, you will still want to avoid anti-inflammatory medications, like Advil or Motrin, about three days out from your session. Blood-thinning agents should also be avoided about a week before your treatment begins (talk to your doctor to approve these changes).
Other skin treatments like waxing, electrolysis, and laser hair removal—and topical agents like exfoliates and retinoids—may increase sensitivity, so you will want to abstain at least 5-7 days before micro-infusing. Give yourself a two-week window void of prolonged sun or harsh environment exposure to cut down on any sensitive reactions from your skin.
2. Aftercare for Nano-Infusing
In only 15-20 minutes, this groundbreaking facial pen encourages your skin to take its own natural behavior up a notch. Nano-infusion lets nutrient-rich serums penetrate deeply, while the massaging and vibrating elements stimulate elastin and collagen production. On average, clients see the positive benefits within the first 24 hours of treatment. This makes aftercare crucial, but not a headache.
There are some effects you may notice right away. You may see some light to deep redness, but resist the urge to pop an anti-inflammatory pill. Instead, opt for a Tylenol to combat any soreness you may experience. Apply sunblock after 90 minutes of your NanoFusion treatment if you think you will be exposed to the sun for a long period of time, and try to avoid prolonged sun exposure for the following two weeks. If this cannot be avoided, just make sure you keep that sunscreen on hand—or a wide-brimmed hat to shade your treated skin.
3. Don’t Be Shy!
Always check with your skincare or medical professional before choosing any high-quality or intensive skincare treatment. While the NanoFusion pen is being celebrated for its gentle and natural treatment properties, it is a mindful rule of thumb to make sure it—or any treatment—is the right one for you and your skin. If you have questions: ask. If you have concerns or doubts: make sure they are heard. Your esthetician and medical specialists are more than willing to give you all the information you need in order for you to receive the treatment that you deserve. There is no such thing as too many questions or too many precautions when it comes to your skin!
Curious about what the award-winning NanoFusion Pro Pen and nano-infusion can do for your skin? Whether you are addressing trouble spots or conditions, or just want to give your skin a boost, the nanopen is the option worth exploring in your quest for better skincare.