Microneedling can also be beneficial for individuals experiencing alopecia, a condition characterized by hair loss. The procedure can help in inducing stem cell proliferation and increasing the levels of growth factors, which can, in turn, promote hair growth.
When microneedling is combined with human-derived tissue products, the effects can be significantly enhanced. Human-derived tissue products contain growth factors, cytokines, and other bioactive proteins that can aid in tissue regeneration and repair. The micro-injuries created by the microneedling allow for better absorption of the applied products. The growth factors in human-derived tissue products stimulate cellular proliferation, differentiation, and regeneration, which can enhance the effects of microneedling by promoting faster and more efficient healing and tissue regeneration. This can result in improved skin texture, reduced wrinkles, and enhanced skin rejuvenation. The synergy between the microneedling and the growth factors in human-derived tissue products accelerates the skin’s healing and regeneration processes, possibly leading to more pronounced and lasting results than either treatment alone.