Skin Needling

What is Skin Needling?

This treatment is similar to ablative laser treatments, but without the severe side effects or the long recovery time. There are some studies that show it is more effective than traditional microdermabrasion and chemical peels. The disposable needles remove
the risk of cross-contamination and the adjustable depth allows treatment that is adaptable to individual needs.

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How many treatments are recommended for skin rejuvenation?

  • Skin rejuvenation – approximately 4 to 6 treatments.
  • Acne scars – minimum 6 treatments.
  • Stretch marks – approximately 4 to 8 treatments.

How soon will I see results?

Visible results are obvious following one treatment but the most significant results are seen after 4 to 6 treatments. Your
skin will continue to improve over the next 6 to 12 months.

Is this skin treatment painful?

For minimum depths there is minimal discomfort. Treatments with
depths greater than 0.5mm, may require the application of topical local anaesthetic between 15 and 40 minutes before each procedure.

 How long is the recovery process?

Flushing of the skin usually last between 12 and 48 hours after
treatment although most people are able to return to their daily activities
immediately after treatment.

Visible results from the first application may include:

3 Phase Skin Rejuvenation

Phase 1 Treatment

The MDerma™ needling device is applied to the skin causing micro
trauma to the problem area activating collagen stimulation and rejuvenating
epidermal growth.

Phase 2 Healing

After this treatment, the skin heals itself naturally, producing
new collagen, elastin, and healthy skin cells.

Phase 3 Post Treatment

As the skin heals it is rejuvenated, it appears tighter,
fresher, fuller, and smoother eliminating fine lines, refining wrinkles and
supercharging the overall skin’s texture, tone and appearance.

What is our MDerma™ skin rejuvenation?

The MDerma™ improves and revitalises damaged skin, using the
mechanisms associated with the natural healing processes of the body. This
process is called Percutaneous Therapy Induction of Collagen.

When creating small lesions in the skin, the body responds with
a physiological process that improves the thickness, colour, texture and
consistency of the skin.