Micro-needling is one of the simplest and at the same time quite effective therapeutic methods to improve the quality of the skin.
The mechanism of action of all micro-needling treatments is to cause delicate injuries through mechanical damage to the skin. This, in turn, forces the skin to heal, and thus renews the tissue. This mechanism uses natural skin regeneration processes, i.e. the fact that skin cells after tissue trauma work more intensively and effectively than if the damaging stimulus did not occur. Micro-injuries cause tissue swelling and damage to blood vessels, as well as slight entry of platelets from the bloodstream into the tissue. Platelets, when activated, begin the healing and renewal process of the skin. First of all, they stimulate fibroblasts to produce collagen and elastin. In addition, new capillaries are formed.
The advantages of micro-needling mesotherapy:
- The treatment is painless and lasts short.
- It doesn’t require long recovery. The consequences of the treatment are reddening and swelling that last three days.
- There are no blue marks or hematoma.
- No possibility of onfection.
- Effective introduction of active substances deeply in the skin.
- small wrinkles
- crow’s feet
- ageing prevention
- flabby skin
- conspicuous pores
- wrinkles and pigmentation over the neckline and hands
- scars and stretch marks
- moisture skin
- smoothed wrinkles
- equalisation of skin tone and its texture
- enhanced skin elasticity, nourished skin
- decrease of pores
- reduction of scars and stretch marks
Recommended amount of treatments:
To achieve optimal effects, there should be 3-5 series of treatments at 3-4 weeks intervals.
Duration of the treatment:
The procedure starts with a local anesthesia – either with a special cream about 45 minutes.
The treatment takes 20 to 40 minutes, depending on the treated area.
After a medical microneedling with the Dermapen 3™, EPN the skin is slightly swollen and red for approx. 1-2 days. If desired, this redness can be covered with a light make-up. So you can go back to your usual activities.
- pregnancy, breast-feeding,
- skin infection
- auto immunological disease
- active herpes