Tighten, lift and rejuvenate the skin
Promotes scar less healing and natural collagen reproduction
Dermapen is a state-of-the-art Microneedling device that offers non-thermolytic and non-ablative techonology to rejuvenatethe skin.
It is composed of a single-use 12 needle cartridge and the device itself, where both the speed and the depth of the needle can be regulated. This device creates 1300 micro channels per second in the skin which in turn will stimulate the creation of new, native collagen and, at the same time, facilitates the delivery of products to the skin, such as hyaluronic acid or organic silicon, for further revitalization.
Dermapen provides an ideal balance between optimal results and minimal downtime. It is particularly indicated for skin rejuvenation and UV damage, but it is also suitable for hyperpigmentation, acne/breakouts, enlarged/dilated pores, milia, scarring and stretch marks.
- Aesthetic Medicine
- Medical diagnosis is required
- Recovery time
- Sun exposure should be limited for the day
- Session time
- 20-30 minutes
- Slight stinging sensation as the ultra fine needles rapidly pass through the epidermis
- Rejuvenated and improved skin texture
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Microneedling is a type of treatment that uses small needles to cause tiny punctures in the skin so to deliver active ingredients.
The treatment is suitable for face and body and it is usually recommended that patients should receive 4-6 treatments.
Dermapen Microneedling can effectively treat hard-to-reach places (e.g. around the eyes, nose and lips).
It is ideal for treating fine lines, wrinkles, acne and trauma scars, stretch marks and pigmentation.
The procedure will leave your skin pink and sensitive but glowing.
Please avoid the following activities for up to two days following a Dermapen procedure:
- Direct UV exposure.
- Excessively hot showers.
- Intensive cardio.
- Spray or self –tanning.
- Further treatments including laser, chemical peels and dermal fillers.
Not recommended for:
- History of eczema.
- Presence of raised moles.