"Microneedling" is a skin-rejuvenation procedure that involves the use of a device that contains fine needles, which may be between .25 and 3.0 mm in diameter. The needles are organized on a cylinder, which is rolled over a person's skin to puncture it and create a controlled skin injury to infuse the skin with preparation materials or collagen.
Microneedling does not fall under the Tattoo Program regulations and therefore the Environmental Health Program does not license or inspect Microneedling practitioners or establishments.
According to the State Attorney General’s Opinion 17-31, microneedling may Be performed at medical spas and physicians’ offices or practices.
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