Aesthetic Micro-Needling Pen

Skin Needling Dermapen

Many people, male and female of varying ages, have mounting concerns about their skin; most having spent time and money on department store creams/oils with no success.

Thankfully we have an economical “answer to our prayers” with the quick, easy and effective procedure called skin needling.

What is skin needling?

Skin needling is one of the newest, easiest forms of Collagen Introduction therapy; also known as Dermapen, Medical Microneedling or Micro-needling.

The compact device is comprised of small tiny microscopic stainless steel needles, used to pierce the upper layers of skin up to 2mm (depending on the needle used).

What are the benefits of skin needling?

The procedure is rather versatile and can be used to treat varying concerns on different areas of the body. These include:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Acne scarring.
  • Scarring.
  • Stretch marks.
  • Skin texture and tone.
  • Enlarged pores
  • Hair loss or thinning.

What does skin needling do?

The skin’s natural production of collagen is not a constant or steady supply and as we age starts to slow and deplete. This can cause the skin to develop fine lines, wrinkles, more prominent scarring and not react or heal to its full potential.

Skin needling offers nature a “helping hand” by enhancing collagen production and the penetration of skincare concentrates.

The device is applied on the surface of the skin and creates small perforations; as a result the body’s automatic healing mechanism kicks in, believing there is a wound to heal. The healing response of the body stimulates the right environment for excess collagen and elastin to be produced.

By combining the procedure with the correct skincare concentrates it will allow the patient to see maximum results.

Are there any side effects?

Side effects to expect from skin needling would be minor redness, swelling and bruising; which generally all subside after the first day.

Is the treatment painful?

We are able to apply a numbing cream to the localized area before the treatment begins, for patients that have a low pain threshold.