What is the Genuine DermarollerTM?

The Genuine DermarollerTM is a sterile single-use micro-medical skin-needling device that we gently roll over your skin to create thousands of tiny micro-channels or pinpricks. Although these micro-channels close by themselves, they stimulate your body’s healing response and the growth of new collagen and elastin. This is a popular treatment because it stimulates the skin [...]

What is the Genuine DermarollerTM?2017-04-17T12:01:08+01:00

How does skin micro-needling work?

Skin micro-needling devices work by creating tiny micro-injuries in your skin using a series of micro-needles. As the needles enter your skin, they create miniscule channels for cosmeceutical products and water to be drawn deeper into the dermis. This boosts your skin’s hydration. At the same time, your body will respond to these micro-injuries by [...]

How does skin micro-needling work?2017-04-17T11:07:21+01:00

What is the Dermapen?

The Dermapen is a handheld fractional micro-needling device. It looks like a pen, but has a single-use tip containing 12 micro-needles that can be adjusted to different speeds and depths depending on where on your face we’re using the Dermapen. The fragile skin under your eyes, for example, would need a shallower depth needle than [...]

What is the Dermapen?2017-04-17T11:06:53+01:00

What issues can the Dermapen be used to address?

We can use the Dermapen to treat the following areas and issues: Areas of the face and body Face Neck Décolletage (unless you have breast implants) Backs of hands Thighs Stomach Issues Acne scars Sun-damaged skin Pigmentation Lines and wrinkles Scars Stretchmarks Cellulite

What issues can the Dermapen be used to address?2017-04-17T11:06:29+01:00

What happens during the Dermapen treatment?

During your initial consultation, we will spend some time talking to you and analysing your skin, as well as explaining how the Dermapen works. When you have a Dermapen treatment, we will gently cleanse your face to remove any traces of make-up or debris on your skin before applying a hot towel to your face [...]

What happens during the Dermapen treatment?2017-04-17T11:05:34+01:00

How soon should I see results?

You may begin to notice changes to your skin approximately a week after your treatment, but the full results will be evident after six to eight weeks.

How soon should I see results?2017-04-17T11:05:09+01:00

How long should the results last?

You should see the results from your Dermapen treatment for months afterwards. You may need a course of several treatments to best address problems such as acne scarring or hyperpigmentation, but we will discuss this with you at your initial consultation. Every person is different. After your initial treatment sessions are complete, you may want [...]

How long should the results last?2017-04-17T11:04:44+01:00

Are there any side effects?

The side effects of a Dermapen treatment are mild and self-correcting. The most common side effects are redness, stinging, itching and skin tightness for 24 to 48 hours post-treatment, after which the symptoms should subside without intervention.

Are there any side effects?2017-04-17T11:04:18+01:00

Will I need to take time off after my treatment?

Most people don’t need time off after this treatment, although if your skin is red afterwards, you may want to time your treatment for a day when you can go make-up free or spend some downtime relaxing until any redness subsides.

Will I need to take time off after my treatment?2017-04-17T11:03:58+01:00

Do I need to avoid any activities after the treatment or follow a specific aftercare regime?

After any treatment, we’ll give you detailed aftercare instructions that relate to your procedure, so you know what to do and what to expect. Generally speaking, after a Dermapen treatment, we will recommend that you: Avoid sun exposure for three to five days Don’t wear make-up or sunscreen for 24 hours after your appointment

Do I need to avoid any activities after the treatment or follow a specific aftercare regime?2017-04-17T11:03:29+01:00

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