Creams, serums, oils and more, we often go from product to product not seeing the results we’re looking for and the frustration often leads us to give up or try something new. You may know a thing or two about microneedling, but if you don’t, this blog is about the different types of microneedling treatments and what it can do for your skin.
What is microneedling?
Microneedling treatments work to create micro-injuries to the epidermis, sending your skin into repair mode to stimulate the production of new collagen, helping to restore and rejuvenate the skin. We offer a range of microneedling treatments for both the face and body, all unique in their own ways. Available at both our London and Birmingham clinics.
When we apply a product to our skin, we’re covering the surface of the skin, letting it absorb until we remove it, but is the product reaching its full potential and how effective is it? We offer Dermastamp in combination with enriching growth factor serums from AQ Skin Solutions. This unique treatment uses tiny needles to help infuse powerful nutrients deep into the skin for an instant hit of stimulation. Dermastamp in combination with AQ’s growth factor serums can be used to address a number of concerns including scars, hair loss, alopecia and sagging skin. Click here to find out more and watch the treatment in action.
Dermapen uses a hand-held device with disposable microscopic needles to gently puncture the skin, stimulating the production of collagen. The length of the needles can be adjusted, helping to adapt the treatment according the type of concern you wish to address.
Social influencer and blogger Andrea, @fleurandrea tried out Dermapen at EF MEDISPA and noticed a considerable difference in her skin’s texture, “My skin is baby soft and smoother than before”. For a full review of what she thought and how her treatment went, head to her blog, The Haute Heel.
Dermaroller uses a hand-held device that is gently rolled over the skins surface, triggering the production of new collagen. This is a great option when treating loose, sagging skin or stretch marks on the body and for fine lines, wrinkles and acne on the face. The treatment works to help firm and hydrate the skin for a rejuvenated appearance.
High Frequency Mesotherapy
Mesotherapy is another form of microneedling that uses micro-needles to inject vitamins, minerals and hyaluronic acid at a fast pace to the treated areas. As well as jump starting collagen production, the treatmentimproves hydration and circulation resulting in firmer, tighter and smoother skin.
If you would like to know more about any of our microneedling treatments, you can book a complimentary consultation here.