Microneedling is a dermaroller procedure that uses small needles to prick the skin. The purpose of the treatment is to generate new collagen and skin tissue for smoother, firmer, more toned skin. Microneedling is mostly used on the face and may treat various scars wrinkles and large pores.
Not suitable for vascular types.
New collagen and elastin is formed. New skin cells are generated. Blood supply in the dermis is enhanced.
Clients should protect the area against excessive sun exposure for up to 1 month after the treatment.
2-6 weeks before visible signs of regeneration and repair are seen.
Process will continue over the following months providing a gradual and long lasting enhancement.
2 - 6 weeks before visible signs of regeneration and repair can be seen.
24 - 72 hours
That is a personal decision, we would recommend you rest at home afterwards
Microneedling works by producing up to 1 million microscopic needle columns in the dermis of the skin.
These stimulate the skin to regenerate and repair itself naturally and safely
Because the skin is always renewing itself, it is impossible to say how long the effects of the peel last. Good tailored homecare products will certainly enhance the duration of results.
These peels can be carried out every 2-4 weeks, with a course lasting 4-8 treatments.
It may not be suitable for vascular types.
Yes – it enhances aesthetic injectable treatments. Stimulated skin improves the quality of the skin, thus improving the ‘canvas' for injectable treatments to be more effective.
Immediately after the treatment it will look like you've got moderate sunburn and your skin may feel tighter than usual.
The skin can be pink and red in appearance for a couple of hours following Microneedling treatment, much like sunburn, with some minor bleeding and bruising possible. The skin may also feel warm, tight and itchy for a short while.
This should normally resolve in 24-72 hours.