Microneedling in Derby

Microneedling Treatment

Microneedling – is a cosmetic procedure that has been popular for years among people who want to effectively improve their beauty. It is one of the most frequently chosen aesthetic treatments and one of the safeties on the market. Microneedling owes its effectiveness to active substances that are introduced directly into the deeper layers of the skin with a nanoneedle. Treatment is recommended to all those who, for various reasons, are not satisfied with the condition of their skin. These are mainly dull, tired skin with the signs of ageing. Stretch marks, reduction of cellulite, scars, and hair loss.

What are the benefits of Microneedling?

  • Reduces fine lines and wrinkles
  • Stimulates collagen and elastin 
  • Tightens the skin
  • Reduces pore size
  • improves acne scarring and stretch mark texture 

How many sessions will I need?

Usually, a course of 4 to 6 sessions is recommended to achieve the best results.

Maintenance sessions are required every six months.

Is the treatment painful?

We apply a topical anaesthetic cream to the treated area to make it as comfortable as possible.

What’s the downtime?

The downtime is different for every client however it’s normally up to 7 days.

Straight after the treatment skin will be red and it can be swollen with some mild bruises. Few days after skin can be dry and flaky.

We recommend not apply any make-up for at least 2-3 days.

The results are continuing to improve with time as a new collage and elastin are stimulated. That can take on average up to 28 days.

What can I expect during treatment?

After the skin is numbed and prepared, we are using a Dermapen device with multiple nanoneedles that will create microchannels in the skin.

Through the microchannels, we push the product with growth factors into the deeper layers of your skin and activate the repairing process in the dermis.

As a result, acne scars will be less prominent, and your skin will appear brighter, smoother with less visible signs of ageing.