Improve the Appearance of Fine Lines and Wrinkles
Dermal needling (also known as Collagen Induction Therapy) is a micro needling treatment that can treat many different skin concerns and conditions.
This treatment is very quick, as the Dermapen 4 creates 1,920 microchannels a second from the 16 micro needles it holds, but they’re such tiny needles you can barely see them.
How does dermal needling work?
Dermal needling stimulates cells within the skin to correct disfunctions and stimulate newer healthier cells to the area being treated, this is called a wound response.
For collagen induction, we stimulate the deeper layers of the skin to rupture broken collagen structures and stimulate the production of more collagen and elastin in the area.
With acne skins, we create tiny channels to introduce oxygen into the skin – this therefore kills off acne causing bacteria, relieves pressure and stimulates immunity cells to the area. So not only are we eliminating bacteria, but also, we’re stimulating the skin to renew and regenerate.
Who benefits from dermal needling?
Anyone with the following concerns can benefit from Dermal Needling.
- Ageing skins
- Lack of collagen and elastin
- Fine lines
- Uneven skin tone
- Uneven texture
How many treatments will I need?
We recommend a course of 3-6 treatments, spaced 4-6 weeks apart. Any more frequent could possibly cause the skin harm and negate the benefits of needling.
Treatments can be done with PRP (Vampire Facial) or with our Medical Grade treatment serums. Maintenance is recommended at every 3 months, with other regular skin treatments.
You can do as many courses of needling as you like throughout your life.
Want to know more about Dermal Needling ?
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