Skin microcenthesis (microneedling) is a procedure involving the creation of microdamages in the skin, using devices equipped with needles of different lengths. The needles penetrate the epidermis without removing it, as a result of which it is only "perforated" and heals quickly. The resulting small holes cause local damage and bleeding, which causes a widespread reaction in the dermis. The result is the release of growth factors and overactive fibroblasts through the skin, which significantly increase collagen and elastin production. Activating the skin's natural repair systems allows it to regenerate strongly.