Both the nanoneedling and microneedling treatments use a pen-like device that oscillates a tip up and down to stimulate a skin reaction. They both induce cell turnover, serum infusion, and provoke the healing process that results in skin transformation.
However, nanoneedling works a little different. It does use the same type of oscillating motion to treat the skin but the cartridge encompasses 81 silicone tips. These microscopic hair-like cones separate the cells within the epidermis to allow active products to be pushed into the skin.
So unlike microneedling, nanoneedling does NOT pierce the skin. It only affects the epidermis, treating within the upper .15 mm of the skin.
The benefits of this serum infusion treatment include pigmentation reduction, increased cell turnover, skin rejuvenation and an immediate glow with no downtime.