I’ve done three microneedling treatments so far and now I’m seeing a major change overall in my skin. I wanted to put these few photos up now. I’m a bit busy today (it’s my birthday on the 1st) so I will come back here a bit later today or tomorrow and post more pictures. I know some people might be stopping by from my video, in hopes to find extra photos. So, I will do that.
These were the most accurate side-by-side comparison photos I could find. The first ones were taken right before I began microneedling and the others were taken one month after my most recent microneedling session. The only makeup worn is mascara and in the last photos you can see I filled in my brows. I am amazed at the change and had no idea my skin looked that blotchy and uneven, until seeing the new updated photos. Wow! I don’t know if these changes are permanent or fleeting. But, I see a major improvement.
The pen I originally used isn’t being sold by many vendors anymore. Many people are going for a newer version of the Dr. Pen and this is the one I’m currently using. Here is an updated 2020 video demo of me microneedling.
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