4 08, 2022

Microneedling Aftercare

By |2022-08-04T01:13:36+00:00August 4th, 2022|Uncategorized|

To get the most out of your microneedling session, soothe your skin, and protect your skin from damage as it heals, follow these aftercare recommendations. Microneedling creates thousands of micro-channels in the epidermis. What is microneedling? Microneedling (aka micro-needling) is a popular, non-invasive treatment used for a variety of skin conditions. It has been growing in popularity and used as an alternative to more invasive procedures such as dermabrasion and laser treatments. The treatment is typically used to treat fine lines and wrinkles. In short, it makes your skin look and feel smoother. One of the benefits of microneedling is that it can last for a long time. Patients typically see results within a few weeks, but they may require repeated treatments over the course of several months. Microneedling Aftercare Tips Aftercare for microneedling varies based on the method and size of the needle used. The most common aftercare for microneedling is hydration, sun protection, and mild exfoliation. It’s important to note that [...]

5 04, 2017

Fertility Awareness: Learn the Signs of Fertility

By |2017-04-28T04:43:46+00:00April 5th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Fertility Awareness (FA) is a method that allows a woman to understand when she is fertile or infertile during her menstrual cycle by tracking changes in the cervical mucus, vaginal sensation, the cervix, and basal body temperature. These changes are influenced by fluctuations in hormones that occur during the menstrual cycle with estrogen being dominant in the first half of the cycle and progesterone being dominant in the second half of the cycle. Understanding what is happening during the menstrual cycle gives women a lot of information about their health and empowers them to make the best decisions for their health. At Health Blossoms, I often recommend Fertility Awareness for women and couples who are trying to get pregnant; for women with cycle irregularity; for women with various concerns related to hormonal imbalance, i.e., dysmenorrhea, PCOS, luteal phase defect etc.; for women coming off of the pill; for women who want to understand what’s happening during their cycle and what this may indicate [...]

Go to Top