A technology that has been producing amazing results in recent years is the Dermal Pen Micro Skin Needling, which approved upon rolling techniques. The procedure is based on the principles of collagen induction therapy, where a series of tiny needles penetrate the skin, causing thousands of micro wounds, tricking the skin into healing itself. This healing process induces an increase in collagen production, which effectively repairs blemishes and (acne) scars, while rejuvenating the appearance of the skin.
Micro skin needling has been revolutionized with the introduction the Dermal Pen, which made treatment easier, less painful and safer. The pen offers numerous advantages over old micro needling techniques, with more consistent, longer lasting results and faster treatment times as examples. This, and the wide range of applications, makes the Dermal Pen the top choice for achieving better skin quality.
Dermal Pen Skin Needling
Latest and newest technology
Vertical needle entry, gently treats the skin
Oscillation means treatment is virtually painless
Less downtime, less redness and swelling
Targets harder-to-reach areas
Other Skin Needling Techniques
Angled needle entry tears the skin
Treatment can be painful
Longer downtime, redness and swelling
Cannot target smaller or harder to reach areas
What skin conditions can be treated by Dermal Pen Micro Needling?
Skin Needling for Rejuvenation
If you’re after skin rejuvenation, the Dermal Pen could do wonders for you. Its efficacy has been proven to reduce wrinkles, tighten the skin, reduce sun damage, improve overall skin tone, and reducing large pores. To get optimal results we advise 4 to 6 treatments, spaced 4 weeks apart.
Skin Needling for stretch marks
The appearance of stretchmarks can be greatly by Dermal Pen Micro Needling, and nearly all parts of the body can be considered, including stomach, legs, and upper body. Depending on the severity of the stretchmarks, treatments for the largest areas can take up to 90 minutes (post-pregnancy stretch marks for instance). Since the skin on your body is slightly thicker, more sessions are needed to receive optimal results. Usually up to 10 treatments, spaced 4-6 weeks apart should suffice.
Skin Needling for acne scars
Dermal Pen Skin Micro Needling can achieve astounding results for acne scarring, rivaling results off any ablative treatments such as fractional laser, IPL, and chemical peels. The side effects however, will be even more minimal. 6 treatments are required at an interval of 6 weeks apart.